For 13 years Fantastic Fest has been bringing chaos and insane cinema to Austin as the largest genre film festival in the world.
Last year, the festival invaded Brooklyn, San … Read More
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The latest Alamo Drafthouse location has something in common with the very first Alamo theater. Both sprang up on former parking lots.
The debut Drafthouse in Austin, Texas created in 1997 … Read More
It’s impossible to forget director Stanley Kubrick’s film canon.
I’m watching David Wain’s “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp” for the dozenth time. There’s a scene in the … Read More
Some children get overwhelmed by being in a darkened theater with state of the art sound. Others simply can’t sit still for the length of an entire movie.
That means … Read More
Adam Aron oversees AMC, which runs the AMC movie theater chain. He recently helped secure a deal to acquire Carmike Cinemas, turning AMC into the second biggest theatrical chain in … Read More
Some smaller theater chains are showing just how valuable a night out at the movies can be. Alamo Drafthouse’s success proves audiences hunger for unique, big-screen events.
Alamo fosters loyalty in … Read More
The director’s “Frankenstein,” screening Feb. 1 at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Littleton, updates the story’s setting to modern-day Los Angeles. This time the creature isn’t composed of rotting body parts … Read More
“I looked up and there was a movie poster for ‘The Beastmaster,’” says Rexroad, referring to the ‘80s B-movie starring Marc Singer. “That’s when I knew I found my place … Read More
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