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The clouds were thick and heavy when I went outside to go for a walk, but I chose to go ahead. The rainy, dreary day matched my mood, and misery loves company, right? I considered staying close to the house, just in case those clouds dumped out all the rain they were holding inside, like the…

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In this week's Drive-In Time Machine blog, O-R digital media editor takes a look at two drive-in cult classics that curiously didn't open at drive-ins near Washington County: William Castle's "13 Frightened Girls" and Charles B. Pierce's cryptozoological faux-documentary "The Legend of Boggy Creek." Plus, a look at a film from Pittsburgh's most famous filmmaker.

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In this week's Drive-In Time Machine blog, O-R digital media editor Justin Channell salutes drive-in movie critic Joe Bob Briggs' latest - and final - trip to television, plus a look at on past local drive-in lineups including Brigette Bardot's star-making role in "And God Created Woman," a star-studded bee movie and an Alfred Hitchcock masterpiece.

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In the middle of the night, I heard the low rumble grow into a deafening blast that shook the whole house. Seconds later, the wind whipped into the windows, demanding to gain entrance. A wall of rain edged closer, like a 1000-man infantry marching into town. As the storm blew through, I pull…

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In this week's Drive-In Time Machine blog, we're taking a momentary detour from the drive-in to look at the Pittsburgh Cinerama roadshow premiere of Stanley Kubrick's sci-fi epic "2001: A Space Odyssey." But we also stick to our outdoor guns to find that the infamous '50s flop "Raintree County" and an X-rated movie produced by Oliver Stone were all playing at area drive-ins in the past.

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