See the season premiere of Mad Men on the big screen this Sunday at Mason Park

It’s been a few years since Matthew Weiner’s critically acclaimed show has had a new episode and we’re practically starved for the continuing saga of Don Draper, creative director at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. The series will return with a two hour episode and we’re broadcasting it on the big screen in HD at our Mason Park location.

If you want to sing out, sing out at our screening of HAROLD AND MAUDE

The film is scheduled to be released on DVD and Blu-ray this spring as part of the Criterion Collection. You can get a head start at seeing the new digital restoration the film has undergone this March, as we will be screening the film at our Mason Park location from a new 2K digital presentation. Don’t miss your chance to see Ashby’s classic film on the big screen in a stunning new digital presentation.

Houston! Don’t be a chucklehead, see THE FP this week at the Alamo Drafthouse

  Imagine, for a moment, that Dance Dance Revolution was released in the ‘80s as an NES game — the kind with 8-bit, brightly colored pixilated punks engaging on side quest-filled adventures that are only just slightly marred by cheesy dialogue and even cheesier storylines. Now imagine that this game was adapted into a major motion picture and was played completely straight — similar to the way that the brightly colored world of Super Mario Brothers was drenched in grit and released as 1993’s SUPER MARIO BROS: THE MOVIE. Well, there’s no need to imagine — the movie exists and it’s an absolute blast.