Hi and welcome back to everyone's favorite summer's night haunt.
Well, with the U.S. of A about to celebrate its 240th birthday, we thought it was kind of appropriate to remember that magical year of '76. Err, not 1776, but 1976 with two drive-in rejects and lots of time sensitive advertising from that bicentennial year.
First up, after a few coming attractions to get you into the "spirit" of things, we bring you 1976's "The Invisible Strangler" (aka "The Astral Factor"). It's a lovely tale about a convict who teaches(?) himself the practical use of invisibility to cause havoc to foes and friends alike. Then, following a revolutionary intermission, we present "Track of the Moon Beast", a low budget wonder about a young man in 1976 who forgets about the 4th of July because he's too busy transforming into a monster due to a meteorite lodged in his head.
Oh.. as if all that wasn't enough, stick around after our second feature to see a bit more patriot flag waving before you go home. And, as always, don't forget to visit the snack bar often, and please replace the speaker on the stand when you leave the theater.
Please click on the marqee above to get on with this week's show or feel free to visit the Snack Bar for some good eats and fun stuff including a peek at some of our past "Shocker Internet Drive-In" features.
Oh, by the way, it does take a great deal of time to bring you these drive in blasts from the past. If you enjoyed the show and want to donate to our cause, feel free to click the PayPal"Donate" button below or visit our Go Fund Me site. Any amount would be greatly appreciated and help us bring you more movies in the future.
And before you leave, take your time going through the Exit to check out what is coming up and read some comments from other visitors.
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