The head chef of the Alamo Drafthouse delivers a crowd-pleasing entree from their newest feast.
RZA with Alamo Drafthouse Founder and CEO Tim League (Photo by Jack Plunkett) RZA is a serious movie geek. We get jaded by the entertainment industry’s hobbyists—actors who want to dance, models who want to sing, and MMA fighters who...Show More Summary
Howdy. Senior Writer Jason Heller here. The A.V. Club’s Science Friction film series—which is curated and hosted by yours truly and Denver Comic Con cofounder Frank Romero—continues tonight at 7 p.m. at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Denver with The Fly. Show More Summary
Coming this April! Read the full article on AICN Nordling here. Last night here in Houston, Robert Saucedo, programming director for the Houston and Lubbock Alamo Drafthouses, Meredith Borders, editor for Badass Digest, and myself threw our (hopefully) annual Movie Hullabaloo. Show More Summary
Yesterday, Netflix announced that it would be releasing a new movie, Beasts of No Nation, later this year simultaneously on its streaming service and in theaters, leading the nation’s biggest exhibitors to cry boycott and say they will refuse to show the film. But not Alamo Drafthouse, which doesn’t seem fazed by having to compete for consumers who can just … [More]
This May yours truly will be in Dallas, Texas for the 10th annual Texas Frightmare Weekend. It will be my first time in Texas and I plan on taking in a lot of Alamo Drafthouse fun! But enough about me, what about the con? From May 1-3, Texas Frightmare will be hosting their tenth convention […]
Long live the Alamo Drafthouse! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. The Alamo Drafthouse has a long-standing tradition of Don't Talk PSAs. Everybody from Danny DeVito to R. Lee Ermy to ex-Texas Governor Ann Richards...Show More Summary
One of these days I’ll actually be able to participate in something like this, but for now I’ll just sit here and stare longingly into the awesomeness that is the Alamo Drafthouse. While most people are celebrating Valentine’s...Show More Summary
Mondo is releasing the original score on vinyl for Cannibal Holocaust, the holy grail of gore films, and to celebrate they’ve cooked up a cannibal feast event for Valentine’s Day with the Alamo Drafthouse. The score by Riz Ortolani will be available for the first time on vinyl and comes with incredible original art by […]
It's been known for a good while that most Alamo Drafthouse Cinema hold special anime screening events, and San Antonio's Westlakes theater is no stranger to this feature. Aside from anime, San Antonio's Anime at the Alamo event is known for showing tokusatsu shows as well. Show More Summary
Howdy. Senior Writer Jason Heller here. I have one word for you. KRULL. Now I have some other words for you. I’m showing the 1983 science-fantasy classic Krull tonight at 7:30 p.m at Alamo Drafthouse Denver. It’s part of The A.V. Club’s...Show More Summary
On February 11th, fearless leader Harry Knowles kicks off the new season of his geeky show with a special screening of the premiere episode at the Alamo Drafthouse S. Lamar! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. After...Show More Summary
The programming director of the Houston Alamo Drafthouse weighs in.
We asked everybody at this big, sprawling, wonderful company to name their favorite movies of the year. Here's the list!
With the release of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies on December 17th, the chapter of our lives that revolved around new Middle-earth releases has officially closed. However, the Alamo Drafthouse theater in Austin has one more trick up its sleeve to get you excited about our final film journey into Peter Jackson's Middle-earth. Show More Summary
Among the self-proclaimed heroes who went to a movie theater Christmas Day and "defended" their right to freedom of speech by seeing Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy The Interview were a ragtag group in an Austin Alamo Drafthouse that sang Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the USA" at their screening. Read more...
Refresh for latest news on The Interview hitting theaters today. UPDATE, 9:15 AM: The Alamo Drafthouse in Austin is reporting that every showing of The Interview today is sold out. KXAN in Austin says Alamo Drafthouse CEO Tim League will be introducing the film at the 1 PM screening. Show More Summary
Currently, the Alamo Drafthouse in Yonkers and Williamsburg Cinemas in, well, Williamsburg both offer Christmas Day screenings of the film, which Sony previously shelved post-hacker attack. Cinema Village in Greenwich Village has also decided to show The Interview, as has Kew Gardens Cinema in Queens, and the Film Society says they'll start screening it tomorrow: [ more › ]
It’s been a strange story for The Interview so far, but the film is in theaters now thanks to a last-minute plan by Sony, spurred in part by the efforts of Alamo Drafthouse founder Tim League and folks at the Art House Convergence. And...Show More Summary
Independent movie theater owners who took a public stand and said they'd show The Interview caused Sony to change its mind. "There is some level of risk in supporting this film," said Tim League of the Alamo Drafthouse chain of 16 theaters. Show More Summary