Popcorn Frights Drive-In Horrorshow Ends with World Premiere of ‘Ten Minutes to Midnight’

Florida’s Popcorn Frights announced its Drive-In Horrorshow will end its pop-up summer series on Friday, August 14 with the world premiere of Ten Minutes to Midnight starring Caroline Williams, who returns to the DJ booth for the first time since The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2.

“In this blend of over-the-top gore and violence, a bite from a rabid bat turns a punk rock DJ (Williams) into a blood-sucking vampire as she prepares to perform her last broadcast during a raging storm.”

From directors Erik & Carson Bloomquist, Ten Minutes to Midnight also stars Nicole Kang (“Batwoman”) and late genre-favorite Nicholas Tucci (You’re Next) in one of his final performances.

The drive-in event will also feature the Southeast US Premiere of Jay Baruchel’s Random Acts of Violence as part of its double-bill of mayhem experience that will include short film premieres, rare nostalgic and weird video clips, and other surprises.

The Popcorn Frights Drive-In Horrorshow is a pop-up summer series that over the last three months featured more than a dozen film premieres of international genre films and reached over 1,500 film fans. The drive-in series was launched by Popcorn Frights to support independent filmmakers whose movie releases were upended by the COVID-19 pandemic. Popcorn Frights remains dedicated to supporting the international genre film community and providing its fans with a safe moviegoing experience that they can all enjoy together for a screaming good time.

Pictured: Random Acts of Violence

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