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Drive In (2000)

R | | Horror
A man, confined to a room across from a drive-in theater showing only horror movies, escapes and goes on a killing rampage.

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(as Charles DeBus)

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(as Charles DeBus)
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Billy
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Jenny
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Steve
Alex Grant ...
Fran
Don Mandigo ...
Howard (as Don Mandingo)
Hud Floyd ...
Neil
Roger Motti ...
Max
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Rhonda
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Wayne
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Sandy
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Ed
Morgana Rae ...
Roxie
Scott Ford ...
Mitch
Pamela Moore Somers ...
Adrienne
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Ellen
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A man, confined to a room across from a drive-in theater showing only horror movies, escapes and goes on a killing rampage.

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Evil is as evil does! See more »

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Horror

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Rated R for violence, sexuality/nudity, language and drug content
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When Billy kills the snack-bar girl he pulls the phone receiver cord out of the phone, but when the manager finds her body the sound effects included the high-pitched buzz of a phone that has been left off the hook. Without the phone cord between the phone and receiver the phone can't make that noise. See more »

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A true Horror Movie That Sucks...
27 December 2001 | by See all my reviews

What do you get when a mentally challenged horror movie watching freak named Billy gets loose and wreaks havoc on the local drive in theatre? A bad movie that's what!

You can't take a movie very far when all it's about is a guy killing people from car to car or from car to canteen. The director attempts to add the moral issue of the effect of horror movies on people's behavior by having the killer, Billy, act as the way the horror movies playing on the big screen are progressing. With a movie so bad I don't think many people will even notice or simply won't care.

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