Deciding he might as well raise some money for a good cause at the same time, he came across the downtown cinema project, an initiative he said he thinks is awesome.
The evening starts at 8 p.m. in the parking lot at 50 Cedar St. (the corner of Durham and Cedar streets) with an acoustic performance by Hello Holiday frontman Jeff Valentini.
The movie will be screened starting at 9 p.m. An after-party will be held at nearby Peddler's Pub. Audience members are asked to bring their own seating for the musical performance and movie screening.
Although there's no admission to the event, participants are invited to make donations to the Sudbury Downtown Independent Cinema Co-operative.
Skelliter said he's “super pumped” for the event.
“This is going to be awesome,” he said. “I think people are going to love this.”
So why “Ghostbusters?” Skelliter said the owner of the outdoor screen rental company gave him a list of movies to choose from, and he decided the film about three odd-ball scientists becoming ghost-hunters was perfect.
“Just the idea of the Stay Puft marshmallow man going through New York City and just destroying the place while everyone's outside in downtown Sudbury, I feel like that will be a really cool experience,” he said.
For more information about the “Ghostbusters” screening, search for “Movie Night Under the Stars” on Facebook.
More information about efforts to bring a cinema to the downtown can be found by searching for "Sudbury Indie Cinema Downtown" on Facebook.