About the Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar
The Alamo Drafthouse box office opens 45 minutes before all scheduled show times. Guests are welcome to enjoy drinks and appetizers before the film either in their seat or at The Highball next door. A curated program of shorts, cartoons and other video content will play before the film. Advance tickets are available online for all shows.
Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar features nine screens for new release movies, family and independent films, as well as the Alamo’s unique signature repertory programming. Auditoriums will be equipped with the highest quality Sony 4k digital projection, equipped for both high-frame-rate and RealD 3D presentations. State-of-the-art bi-amplified QSC digital audio systems provide full range multi-channel fidelity for faithful reproduction of audio soundtracks. One auditorium is also equipped with a reel-to-reel 35mm projector system. Each 35mm print is treated with the utmost care and respect from our professional projectionists.
In addition to the superior AV equipment, the layout of each auditorium has eliminated the traditional front row, ensuring there is no bad seat in the house. Furthermore, the Alamo offers online reserved seating in all auditoriums so you can avoid lines at the theater and always choose your favorite seat.
In 2019, Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar was re-christened the "Bong Joon Ho Cinema" to honor the groundbreaking South Korean filmmaker behind SNOWPIERCER, OKJA, and PARASITE.
Alamo Drafthouse provides Closed Captioning services for the majority its regular movie screenings. However, some special events utilize film formats - like 35mm - that often do not allow for caption services. For more information on the Closed Caption capabilities at a specific film screening, please contact the box office.
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