Film fans are in for a fright next month as the organisers of the recent Glenrothes drive-in movie event announce their second new town gathering.
Scheduled to take place on Friday, October 31, event organisers, all Fife College students, are embracing the ghoulish goings on of the nation by announcing they will be screening the original 1978 horror classic - ‘Halloween’.
An early evening, family-friendly showing of ‘Monsters Inc’ will also take place.
The second drive-in follows on from a highly successful inaugural event held in March, which brought traffic flooding to the Glenrothes airport site.
And Jai McVey, one of those behind the venture, says they have already had huge interest for tickets since it was announced this week.
“It’s going to be even bigger and better than before,” he told the Gazette.
“We’ve added improvements to the sound quality, this time people will be able to access sound directly through their car radio meaning no leads, or complicated receivers.”
Organisers are also planning to donate half of the profits from this latest screening to Team Leo for Sands - a charity that deals with stillbirth and neonatal death.
“We also have a few frightening surprises arranged for the evening, so people had better lock their car doors,” joked Jai.
Tickets, priced £15 per car, per movie, and further information can be obtained via the facebok page at www.facebook.com/driveinmoviesfife.