The experience of a drive-in movie is second to none. There is the chance to relax in your car, find the best position to see through the dirty windshield and if you’re lucky, maybe even trying to get a little cozy over the stick shift. Sadly, drive in theaters have all but closed up around the city, and outdoor movie enthusiasts are trying their best to keep up the trend. With our Indian Summer coming to a rapid close, the last night of the Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema series has made it just before the fall.
Tonight at El Rio, one of our favorite watering holes at BAS.com, is offering a free two and a half hour screening on their spacious patio of locally made shorts and movies that are independently produced, shot and edited. Topics range from a small documentary on the infamous Cockettes to a post-apocalyptic thriller to a dramatization of a gay People’s Court — those three alone among many are no reason to miss this tonight. Bring your poncho, get cozy and grab a drink — we’ll see you there!
Monday, October 4th, 7:30-10pm
3158 Mission Street at Precita