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Parking Lot Cinema: The Nightmare Before Christmas

(LA Trend) — Electric Dusk Drive-In and Secret Movie Club are proud to present a screening of the beloved Halloween/Christmas film, The Nightmare Before Christmas, as part of the Family Sunday Halloween-O-Thon series.

This stop motion animated film tells the story of Jack Skellington, the king of Halloween Town, who accidentally discovers Christmas Town, and becomes so obsessed with Yuletide that he attempts to get his fellow bats, ghouls, and goblins to help him put on Christmas instead of Halloween. However, things don’t quite go as planned, especially when Jack kidnaps Santa Claus and tries to take over his job…

Produced and conceived by renowned film director Tim Burton and directed by veteran animator Henry Selick, The Nightmare Before Christmas boasts an impressive voice cast featuring the talents of Chris Sarandon, Catherine O’Hara, William Hickey, Glenn Shadix, Paul Reubens, and Ken Page, as well as the classic score by Danny Elfman (formerly of Oingo Boingo).

Attendees will need a car with an FM radio. Cars will be spaced out to maintain a minimum of six feet distance from each other at all times. It’s encouraged that attendees stay in their cars unless they need to use the portable restrooms or purchase concessions. Hand sanitizer, masks, and gloves will be available for sale for those who need them.

Date & Time

Sunday, November 29, 2020

8:20pm – 9:40pm PST (Gates will open at 7:30pm)


Glendale Sears Parking Lot

211 West California Avenue, Glendale, CA 91203


$23 (This ticket includes the single screening $15 car fee and the first person in car ticket. It’s an additional $8 for every additional person in the car.)

Refunds are available up to one day before the event.

Additional concessions are available in the “Add-ons” section of the ticket page.

Click here for more information and to place your order.

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Joe Garza | Editor

Joe Garza is an LA-based writer and musician. With a deep passion for the arts, his interests include screenwriting, reading, composing, and playing guitar and piano.

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