There's nothing like watching a movie under the stars on the big screen at New Jersey's only drive-in movie theater.

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A full slate of movies is scheduled this weekend at the iconic Delsea Drive-In in Vineland. First up is the horror movie cult classic SAW  which has been scaring the heck out of movie audiences since 2004. The movie has grossed over $100 million dollars worldwide since its release

Spiral: Saw the latest in the Saw franchise starring Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson opens at the Delsea-Drive In this weekend.

Also playing this weekend is the new horror movie The Djinn where a little boy is stuck in an apartment with a sinister monster and The Wrath of Man.

I'm not a big fan of horror films, but seeing one on the big screen under the stars might be a fun way to enjoy a scary movie.

All tickets must be purchased online for Friday and Saturday and you must arrive 45 minutes before dusk to be properly scranned. COVID-19  safety protocols remain in effect including all vehicles parked ten feet apart. Social distance practices are also still in effect.

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