In THE DRIVE-IN by Joe Lansdale, a group of teenagers excitedly pulls into the Orbit, a giant multi-screen drive-in with multiple horror features on six giant screens. Soon after the movies start, however, a comet descends, shrouding the drive-in in a lethal darkness and trapping thousands of people. While the movies keep rolling night and day to provide light, and the concession stand starts to run out of soda and candy and popcorn, the inhabitants begin to starve, slowly devolving into savagery and cannibalism. Lansdale spins his classic tale in a tongue and cheek style, giving the bizarre violence a sense of fun. It’s a fast, fun read–on my Kindle, it seemed to be about the length of a novella–and is now being sold in THE COMPLETE DRIVE-IN, which includes two sequels.