Your love of '90s movies and the outdoors are colliding in Los Angeles this summer.
Street Food Cinema and Moviefone are turning up the heat this summer (and beyond), with '90s movies playing at outdoor screenings across the greater Los Angeles area. Comedy, drama, horror -- we're packing it all in.
July 23rd is perfect for comedy fans: we've got makeover comedy "She's All That" and the Jane Austen-inspired "Clueless" (as if!) playing at different locations (good luck trying to make that decision). Then, on August 6th, the Post It-fueled antics of "Romy and Michele's High School Reunion" invade West Hollywood. The creepy, cooky "The Addams Family" finally arrives October 1st, well ahead of Halloween.
In the mood for something a bit more dramatic? Weepy? Epic? Oscar-winning? Well, "Titanic" will fuel all of your '90s emo needs on August 6th. Another Oscar-winner, Quentin Tarantino classic "Pulp Fiction," plays September 24th.
Oh, the horror! "Scream", marking its 20th anniversary, hits the big outdoor screen on October 1st, while "Jurassic Park," a terrifying movie about dinosaurs that you've probably never heard of, plays the following weekend, on October 8th. "Edward Scissorhands," more creepy/spooky than scary, snips its way to the screen October 22nd.
For the full schedule, and to buy tickets or reserve your spot, head on over to StreetFoodCinema.com.