The Alamo Drafthouse originally opened its doors to anime in 2000 with the screening of Samurai X in Austin. Since then, Anime at the Alamo became a permanent staple at the West Oaks in Houston and Westlakes in San Antonio every week under sponsorship of ADV Films and the guidance of Rommel Salandanan of activeAnime.com. In 2008, Anime at the Alamo welcomed FUNimation Entertainment as a new sponsor of the event.
Anime at the Alamo continues to get stronger each year as fans keeps clamoring for new anime titles every week! Oh, don’t forget about the giveaway at the end of each screening! Where else can you watch anime with your friends and families with good food, drinks, and a chance to win door prizes? That’s right, only at the Alamo Drafthouse!
Dusk Maiden of Amnesia — 60 years ago, a young woman was left to die in the abandoned school building behind the exclusive Seikyou Academy. No one knows why. No one knows how. But the horrifying tale and the legends of the ghostly haunting that followed live on to this day. Perhaps it’s not so surprising then, that among Seikyou’s many school clubs is one for students interested in “paranormal investigations.” What might raise more than a few hairs, however, is that the founder of the club is the ghost herself. Unable to remember how she died and trapped in the grey land between life and death, Yuko latches onto Teiichi Niiya, a freshman who can inexplicably see her. Together they and the other unsuspecting members of the club begin to unravel the many dark mysteries that surround Seikyou. Will unlocking the secret of Yuko’s gruesome death finally free her? Or will her sudden close association with a mortal have even stranger repercussions on both of their existences? In a tomb of silent classrooms, the answers await in Dusk maiden of Amnesia. (Funimation)
THE DEADLY SPAWN returns to the big screen for its 30th anniversary - http://t.co/5LIVvi7lNR
Catch a free screening of PEE WEE'S BIG ADVENTURE tonight at Whole Foods - Montrose - http://t.co/Kt5FO5rSVM
Those who saw FAST AND FURIOUS 6 last night - what did you think? - http://t.co/ESgeju6yQD
EPIC is now playing at both theaters. Ages three and up welcome to all screenings - http://t.co/EpmH4LswkH
Looking for free family fun this weekend? FREE screenings of THE KARATE KID at Vinatge Park - http://t.co/Dh2Nc5lEZM