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Clint Howard coming to ‘The Last Drive-In’

We all scream.

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Clint Howard is the latest guest to be gracing The Last Drive-In. Chris Jericho, Lloyd Kaufman, and Eli Roth are just some of the names to come chat with Joe Bob and Darcy. Howard’s appearance is especially interesting as Darcy has made no secret about her love of comedy horror film Ice Cream Man.

On The Last Drive-In, Briggs, the world’s foremost drive-in movie critic hosts eclectic horror movie double features, expounding upon their merits, histories and significance to genre cinema. Shudder and Briggs first teamed up in July 2018, for the 24-hour marathon intended to be Briggs’ final farewell to televised movie hosting. Due to overwhelming popular demand, Shudder brought The Last Drive-In back as a weekly series and for multiple holiday specials.

Listen to the latest episode of the AIPT Movies Podcast!

This season of the show has included some fantastic horror movies. Train to Busan, Fried Barry, and a double feature that included the first two Maniac Cop films. This week is Devil Appreciation Night and based on the clues, fans will be in for a fun night.

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