Bring out the candy and decorate your vehicle. From the time the gates open until the sun sets, kids wander the lot for Trunk or Treat collecting goodies in their costumes. Our participants decorate the vehicles in spooky fashion or themes the help the kids find the vehicles participating in the goody giveaways.

Fun Extras for everyone to enjoy:

  • Spooky Photo Booth with Jack Skellington, a double coffin, and more.
  • Halloween Special Food Items including Zombie Brain Funnel Cakes
  • Scary Decorations all over the theater
  • Some Vendors may be set up
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Directions on how to get here:

  • From Champaign IL area take Interstate 74 west towards Bloomington and exit at the Mahomet exit(Route 47), then take route 47 north to the edge of Gibson City where the drive-in will be on the left.  
  • From Bloomington IL area take route 9 east to Gibson City. Once in Gibson City, take a right at the route 9 and 47 interchange(4 way stop). Follow to a t-intersection and take a left. At the 4 way stop, make a right on route 47 south and head out of town. The drive-in is on right just at the edge of town. 
  • From the Chicagoland area, Take Interstate 57 south towards Champaign. Get off on the Paxton Exit(route 9) and take a right to follow route 9 west towards Gibson City. At the 4 way stop in Gibson City, make a left onto Route 47 south and follow it out of town where the drive-in is on the right.

We host our annual Costume Contest with prizes for both Kids, Adults, and 1 Best Dressed Award for the most dazzling costume each night. The contest will be held during intermission with prizes donated by local groups and businesses.

A staple from the beginning, our Theatre is filled with Roving Zombies and Monsters. Once the sunsets, watch out as they wander around the lot as you watch your horror movie.

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​Online Ticket Sales are available as presale only and do not limit the amount of admissions at the theater. We shut them down at 5 pm the night of the show, but usually have plenty of room for normal ticket sales at the box office during our regular hours. Online Tickets do have extra fees involved.
PLEASE BE ADVISED: PRESALE TICKETS DO NOT GUARANTEE A PARKING SPOT ON BUSY NIGHTS. YOU WILL BE LET IN, BUT MAY HAVE TO PARK OUT FRONT.​ Parking is ALWAYS first come, first served, so it is very important that you arrive as early as possible when attending a busy movie at the drive-in! ALL PRESALE TICKETS MUST BE REDEEMED AT THE THEATER 1 HOUR PRIOR TO SHOWTIME ON NORMAL NIGHTS, AND 2 HOURS PRIOR TO SHOWTIME ON BUSY EVENTS AND MOVIES!

2018 marks the 7th anniversary of our annual FRIGHTFEST pre-Halloween celebration. Each year we deck the place out in spooky decorations and bring in some fun extras for everyone to enjoy and get excited about the upcoming October Holiday.


This year is no exception and we've expanded the event to 2 full weekends of fun: Friday and Saturday September 21st & 22nd, then the following weekend September 28th & 29th.  
 
What is Frightfest 2018? 
 
We've got DOUBLE FEATURES on both screens. Screen 1 will be catering to the families with a Halloween-themed kid friendly pair of movies. Screen 2 will pair up 1 newer Horror movie with one classic. 


​Weekend 1 September 21st & 22nd

  • Screen 1: The House with a Clock in its Walls & Hotel Transylvania 3
  • Screen 2: The Nun & The Exorcist


Weekend 2: September 28th & 29th

  • Screen 1: Smallfoot & The House with a Clock in its Walls
  • Screen 2: Hell Fest & Friday the 13th



The whole drive-in gets a spooky makeover with Halloween style props, decorations, ghosts and more including our Skeleton Horse drawn Hearse, a real-life Hearse and more.
 
We host our annual Costume Contest each night for both adults and kids with great prizes donated by local organizations and businesses.  
 
Prior to the movies starting we have a host of activities for everyone to enjoy including Trunk or Treat, car decorations, a spooky photobooth, our 'Light Fright' version of the Walk of the Dead haunted trail, and of course all of our usual food and fun. 
 
Once the sun sets each night, the ghouls come to life with our Roving Zombies and Monsters scaring people on screen 2, and the after dark WALK OF THE DEAD opens for your enjoyment. The WALK OF THE DEAD is our haunted trail with with themed rooms full of your worst fears, scary props and actors working to scare you. This year we are once again expanding the trail with new rooms, a redesigned maze, boobytraps and some scary extras. Do you have what it takes to make it through alive? 

Fun Food Specials including:

Zombie Brains Funnel Cakes

Spider Web Cotton Candy

Caramel Apples and more!

Schedule of events:
6 pm: Gates open for patrons.
Free Glow Sticks at the Tiki Hut(limit 1 per person)
Patrons begin Decorating Cars for TRUNK OR TREAT
Roving Monsters and Zombies will be wandering the theater grounds for pictures and selfies


6:30 pm: 
Light Fright free version of Haunted Trail Opens(for kids 10 and younger only)
Spooky Photo booth Opens for Fun Pictures

7:15 pm: Light Fright version of the Haunted Trail closes

7:45 pm: Walk of the Dead 'After Dark' opens for scary version

(wristbands required for admission, $3 for 6 & up, $1 for 5 & younger, available at the tiki hut or snack bar)

8:30 pm: The Movies start and the haunted trail is closed until Intermission

Intermission: Haunted Trail re-opens until movies restart
Costume Contest held in front of the Snack Bar

Movies resume and the night wraps up like normal

One of the best features of Frightfest is our annual 'CARNEVIL' WALK OF THE DEAD Haunted Trail.


The Walk of the Dead is a 2000 square foot winding outdoor/tent maze filled with your deepest fears. We incorporate common phobias, movie themes and monsters, and some special effects to bring this life.


2018 Theme is Carnevil of Terror! With the trail mostly under a big top tent.


The Walk of the Dead is a fully staffed Haunted Trail with actors, props, decorations and roughly 10 themed areas.


We've got 2 Versions of this fun house:


  • Light Fright: Little Kids are allowed to go through during the daylight hours with the animated stuff off and the actors out of the maze for a less scary thrill.
  • After Dark: For just $3 (6 & older) or $1(5 and younger) you can get a wristband to go through the Walk of the Dead as it was meant, full of terrors. The props come to life, the lighting and special effects are turned on, and the actors will scare the dickens out of even the most seasoned haunt fans. Walk of the Dead After Dark is open 1/2 an hour before the movie starts and during the intermission each night.


Returning for 2018:

CHOOSE YOUR TERROR feature,

allowing you to go through the trail 2-3 times to see all the hidden rooms in the maze.