As Halloween season approaches, another drive-thru haunt experience is gearing up to bring safe scares to Orlando — the Scream n’ Stream Haunted Drive-Thru.
With Scream n’ Stream, guests can drive their car “into” the movie screen and see a horror film unfold in front of their eyes as a live, contactless performance.
The experience, called “Night At the Die-In,” features an original storyline that takes guests inside a ’90s slasher movie, complete with lighting, sound, sets props, special effects, and live performers. Drivers will have to maintain a safe speed of 3 miles per hour, and will have to present a valid driver’s license and sign a liability waiver before entering the haunt.
For the younger guests, a family-friendly Drive-Boo Trick-r-Treat experience is available — with contactless Halloween candy to score!
Those who want a full evening experience can choose the package that includes the Drive-Thru Haunt and a Private Drive-In Cinema. Guests will just roll their car into one of the reserved stalls, connect their phone or tablet to one of Scream n’ Stream’s projectors and stream their favorite scary movie on a 96-inch screen, just for their car only! But be sure to keep your eyes peeled, as you never know what might be lurking in the dark…
To help support the Central Florida community, Scream n’ Stream plans to hire those in the area that are out of work, as well as donate 20 percent of net proceeds to Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida.
There are multiple ticket options available at presale prices for guests to choose from:
- Entire Car: Drive-Boo Trick-or-Treating Only – $35.00
- Entire Car: Drive-Thru Haunt Only – $45.00
- Package: Drive-Thru Haunt & Private Cinema – $99.00
As far as safety goes, all guests are required to have a compliant CDC-recommended face mask to enter, and must wear the mask whenever their car windows are rolled down or they wish to exit their vehicle to use the restroom or purchase food and beverages. All guests will be given a COVID-19 questionnaire before entering, and those who feel ill or are experiencing symptoms of Coronavirus will not be allowed to enter. Refunds will not be provided.
This event kicks off on Sept. 25, and runs on select days through Nov. 1. For safety and set-up reasons, the exact location of Scream n’ Stream is not being shared at this time, but it will be within one hour’s drive of the major metropolitan Orlando area.
To learn more and to purchase your tickets, click here.