Just when they thought it was safe to leave the drive-in, the survivors of the Orbit's weekly All Night Horror Show discover that their old world has been reduced to a single cracked highway surrounded on all sides by a prehistoric jungle filled with man-eating dinosaurs. For a while, Jack and his friends are content to make the best of life in the Stone Age--until they meet a sexy martial arts expert from Nacogdoches, Texas, named Grace who wants to find out what's at the end of the road.
Now things really get weird as they encounter a town where public suicide is encouraged, a forest of old movie posters, movie mags, and carnivorous film, and Popalong Cassidy--a man-monster cowboy with a television head and a taste for human munchies--whose church of film and pain is presided over by the alien drive-in gods: the Producer and the Great Director.
Even more outrageous than the horrifying original, The Drive-In 2 is a delightfully down-and-dirty romp through the dark backcountry of our own imagination, the kind of stuff that nightmares--and B movies--are made of it truly is not just another one of them sequels.
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About the Author
Joe R. Lansdale (b. 1951) is the author of more than 40 novels and numerous short stories in a range of genres, including Western, horror, science fiction, mystery, and suspense. He has received the Edgar Award and eight Bram Stoker Awards, and several of his books have been adapted into films. He is best known for his Hap Collins and Leonard Pine mystery series, set in the fictional town of LaBorde in East Texas. He lives with his family in Texas.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A Sizzling Sequel This sequel will satisfy the craving you surely built up after reading the first book. Equally brutal and over-the-top, it's like eating raw meat--bloody, gut-wrenching and filling.