Starting September, admission to Weird Wednesday will cost $3. To afford to bring Houston audiences a continual stream of new films from the depths of the American Genre Film Archive, we’ve had to raise our ticket price a bit but we think you’ll agree that $3 is more than a fair price to pay for the type of entertainment we promise on a weekly basis.
Nobody would blame you for wanting to avoid the weather outside (and the terrible traffic that comes when Houston drivers encounter said weather) but boy are we going to do our best to try and tempt you out into the rain and to take a trip to the Alamo Drafthouse this week. Take a look at what we have in store for the next week at the Alamo Drafthouse.
This is some truly great film writing. A history and analysis of the Boner Jam. http://t.co/ItoQBilhWf
Dirt & theaters: A South Lamar blog update. http://t.co/KgVVs41xs9
This film will prove once and for all that there is death after life. http://t.co/TTFnglz8zB
THE DEADLY SPAWN's saliva was created by boiling water and corn starch until it resembled goo. http://t.co/AsOYCM731N
If you want to see a picture of Creedence Clearwater Revival dining at Taco Bell in 1969, here you go. via BMD http://t.co/1GQVYAQJqz