Looks like Drafthouse Films is picking up some primo real estate, as the film distribution arm of the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema has just announced that their latest acquisition is Ben Wheatley‘s A Field in England. Wheatley is a name well-familiar...Show More Summary
They're going to have to sell this like no other to compete with the UK release plan. A press release has officially announced that Drafthouse Films, the film distribution arm of the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, has acquired North American...Show More Summary
Drafthouse Films, the film distribution arm of the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, announced today the acquisition of North American rights to original horror film A FIELD IN ENGLAND. In addition, a new image from the film has been released, which you can see above. Show More Summary
Drafthouse Films, the film distribution arm of the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, announced today the acquisition of North American rights to original horror film A Field In England. This is the fourth feature film from writer/director Ben...Show More Summary
Drafthouse Films, the distribution arm of the Alamo Drafthouse, has acquired North American rights to original horror film A Field In England. It’s the fourth feature from writer/director Ben Wheatley whose credits include the tour-de-force thriller Kill List, the 2012 Cannes selection Sightseers and a segment in The ABCs Of Death. Show More Summary
Nordling here. Comicpalooza has grown exponentially since its humble beginnings in the lobby of the Alamo Drafthouse West Oaks, and this year is their biggest year ever, spread across almost half of the George R. Brown Convention Center. Show More Summary
Though the Alamo Drafthouse already declared 1982 “the greatest summer of movies ever” with their Summer of 1982 screening series last year (which we giddily participated in ourselves), the team behind the very successful screening series...Show More Summary
From Scarface to Return of the Jedi to WarGames. The summer of 1983 was a good one. Maybe not the best ever summer of movies, but a fun one for sure. Last year the Alamo Drafthouse hosted a series of events as part of the epic Summer of 1982. Show More Summary
Honestly, we might never see a better summer than 1982. Almost every single weekend, Hollywood released a would be classic: The Thing, Blade Runner, E.T., the list goes on and on. And when something is that successful, what does Hollywood do? Release a sequel, of course. That’s exactly what the Alamo Drafthouse is doing this [...]
It's the sequel to Summer of '82, in theaters this summer!
The batshit awesome cult flick hits the Drafthouse May 19.
For years — literally since before it was cool and you could call the shop at the S. Lamar Alamo Drafthouse and check to see if they had a particular poster in stock — we’ve been covering the work of the folks at Mondo. We’re cinematic art hipsters like that. Show More Summary
Mondo, the collectible art boutique for the Alamo Drafthouse, has a couple of cool new posters for Iron Man 3. There are three total, but two of them are the same, aside from color differences. SYNOPSIS: Marvel’s ‘Iron Man 3? … Continue reading ?
Mondo, the collectible art division of Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, announces its next gallery show featuring the artwork of Mike Mitchell which will run from April 26th – May 25th at the Mondo Gallery located at 4115 Guadalupe St. in Austin, TX. The Mondo Mike Mitchell show will feature a series of portraits as limited edition... Read More
Thanks to the Alamo Drafthouse.
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema’s Tim Reed made the observation this morning at the most refreshingly frank panel about the problems theaters face that I’ve seen so far at the industry event. He says that execs have ”done a horrible job building...Show More Summary
Beginning tonight, Delaware's excellent Dogfish Head Brewery and Alamo Drafthouse collaborate on the 6th edition of the Off-Centered Film Festival. This year's festival has a hip-hop (see what they did there) theme; we talk to Dogfish Head's founder and brewer Sam Calagione about his brewery and this year's film fest. [ more › ]
Everything about Michael Bay movies is big. Even his “small” movies, like Pain & Gain, are big. So when the Alamo Drafthouse decided to host an “All Bay, All Day” marathon to celebrate his latest film, of course, things have to be Bay-sized. The event is called Baymageddon and it’ll go down Sunday April 21 [...]
At your friendly neighborhood Alamo Drafthouse. Meredith's hosting the Houston one!
Tough Guy Cinema presents BAYMAGEDDON from Alamo Drafthouse on Vimeo. Nordling here. I won't lie. Over the years, Michael Bay has grown on me. I still think the TRANSFORMERS movies are awful for the most part - I like the first one and...Show More Summary