Terror on the Plains has a new home — the Boulevard Drive In
Chilling short films. Creepy costumes. Food. Beer. And a few freaky surprises! Yep. It’s time once again for Terror on the Plains VI and this year, we’re taking our show to the drive in — the Boulevard Drive-In.
Join the Independent Filmmakers Coalition of Kansas City, some of the craziest and most demented filmmakers in the midwest and hundreds of freaks and geeks horror fans for one of Kansas City’s best Halloween traditions, the Terror on the Plains Horror Film Festival.
We’ve got a lot of Terror firsts this year. First and foremost, TotP6 will be held over 2 nights, Sept. 29 and 30 — but the biggest news is that for the first time in our history, the Terror on the Plains short films segment, will be a competition!!
Following our short film segment on Friday, we’re showing an all-time classic, Alfred Hitchcock’s PSYCHO. Then on Saturday, we’re going just a little more kid friendly with Tim Burton’s BEETLEJUICE and Tobe Hooper’s POLTERGEIST.
For the first time in our six year history, the Terror on the Plains will be a competition! That’s right, on Friday night we will crown a true “Terror on the Plains” champion and then we’ll follow that up with an all-time classic from the Master of Suspense himself!
- Terror on the Plains short film competition!
- Costume contest! — come as your favorite horror movie icon!
- Live music! Bands TBA soon!
- Alfred Hitchcock’s PSYCHO (1960)
Bring the kids for some pre-Halloween fun. Get into the spirit with great food and a couple of 80’s classics.
- Trunk or Treat Contest: Decorate your car/trunk with the spookiest, creepiest, most clever theme and you’ll take home a special prize.
- Costume contest — for kids and adults!
- Tim Burton’s BEETLEJUICE (1988)
- Tobe Hooper’s POLTERGEIST (1982)
Both nights will feature food trucks, vendors and a beer tent!
Tickets: $15 per night or $25 for a weekend pass.
- $40.00 (one night) or $60 (both nights) — if you sign up by Sept. 15
- $50.00 (one night) or $80 (both nights) — after Sept. 15.