If you’re looking for an unusual way to watch a movie, here are some offbeat some ideas for you.
Have you ever thought about going to the movies … in a cemetery?
That’s right, for $10, the Hollywood Forever Cemetery projects classic films on the side of a mausoleum that contains the remains of famous Hollywood stars.
A DJ plays music before and after the film, and movie-goers are encouraged to bring a dinner and even alcohol.
For another family-friendly movie experience, the Dallas Aquatic Center offers “dive-in” movie nights for $6.
People can swim, play and relax in the indoor pools and hot tubs while watching the movies projected on the walls.
And in Austin, you can have dinner and a movie at the same time at the Alamo Draft House, with waiter service at your seat.
And on Tuesday nights at the Alamo, you get to bring your baby to grown-up movies, with no shushing allowed.
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