It's the 30th anniversary of AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON this month and to honor John Landis' landmark horror-comedy, the Alamo Drafthouse at West Oaks is screening the film a double-bill with the original FRIGHT NIGHT. Besides the two movies, we've got a ton of fun planned for the night — including games, giveaways and all your favorite Graveyard Shift shenanigans.
In a summer filled with movies about killer aliens munching down on humans, here's an opportunity to watch Steven Spielberg's classic family film on the big screen and remember that sometimes the only thing you have to fear about a visit from an extraterrestrial is the crappy Atari game that will accompany it.
Will Ferrell's funniest movie about NASCAR will screen twice in August at Houston-area Alamo Drafthouses. Both screenings are part of our Quote-Along series so that means plenty of funny one-liners, props and games. Audiences are also encouraged to come dressed in their best NASCAR costume. So take a sharp left around the bend for quality fun from The Action Pack.
It's been two years since the world was robbed of one of its greatest screenwriters. Celebrate the life and work of John Hughes at the Alamo Drafthouse this August with a one-night only screening of SOME KIND OF WONDERFUL, his classic high school romance starring Eric Stoltz, Lea Thompson and Mary Stuart Masterson. Plus, learn details about an upcoming Houston appearance by Master Pancake Theater.
TURKISH STAR TREK "re-imagines" episodes of the original series including a subplot about a time-traveling comedian. http://t.co/dhj8Sr6VWZ
THE SOURCE FAMILY was a radical experiment in 1970s Utopian living. http://t.co/Id0txdYzVE
Listen to YaHoWha 13 perform "Camp of the Gypsies" and lose your mind. http://t.co/ANingcxiWV
Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant: the chemistry between the two is almost criminal in CHARADE. http://t.co/wEOO2PpCuI