See the Rocky Horror Picture Show at the drive-in and support the Vancouver Queer Film Festival

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      The drive-in theatre is the perfect way to see movies these days, what with social distancing and staying safe within your bubble and all.

      And the Rocky Horror Picture Show is the perfect movie to see at the drive-in, what with being a campy cult classic, a horror-musical you can interact with and sing along to and throw popcorn at ("Dammit, Janet!").

      Put the two together and you've got the ideal outing this Thursday (October 29) at Langley's Twilight Drive-in (260th & Fraser Highway). Plus, it raises funds for the Vancouver Queer Film Festival and Out in Schools.

      "For many queer folks, Rocky Horror screenings offered the opportunity to explore gender expression and sexual fluidity," reads the event info, "to build friendships, and to find chosen family and community, with just a jump to the left.

      "This past year has taught us all how precious these connections are, and reminded us how important film is as a catalyst for community building. Come gather safely in your cars with other creatures of the night to experience that feeling all over again."

      A $100 ticket includes admission for up to six people (a driver and five passengers), plus a concession voucher for one large popcorn, two medium drinks, two small candies, and a prop bag.

      For more ticket options and general info look here.