TOWNSHIP OF PARKS, Pa. —
The Pittsburgh-shot action flick “Sudden Death” is returning to a local big screen, 25 years after it was released in theaters.
The Jean Claude-Van Damme movie will play at the Riverside Drive-In in Parks Township, Armstrong County on Friday, Saturday and Sunday night in a double-bill with the Paul Newman movie “Slapshot.”
Epic Theatres of West Volusia, a movie theater in Deltona, Florida is offering drive-in movies nightly. The entertainment option has been well-received by families looking for something fun to do while following social distancing guidelines outside of their homes.
DELTONA — As the sun was setting, Holly Pell and her family arrived at Epic Theatres of West Volusia and settled in for a movie.
They never left their pickup.
It was the New Smyrna Beach family’s second visit since the theater’s conversion to show movies drive-in style, a change prompted by the coronavirus pandemic, but they looked like pros, having set up an inflatable mattress in the truck bed with plenty of pillows, blankets, snacks and drinks.
“I thought it was pretty fun,” said Cypress Wood, Pell’s 14-year-old niece.
“And you can just lay under the stars,” Lydia Pell, Holly’s 12-year-old daughter said.