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Alamo Drafthouse Guide: (11/10-11/16): 'Howard the Duck,' 'Labyrinth' and the Cast of 'Willy Wonka' Visit The Drafthouse

The Alamo Drafthouse has quickly garnered a reputation as one of the greatest movie theaters in the history of mankind…or at least the history of movie theaters. With their signature events, ample food and drink selection, and strict no-talking policy, they make obsolete all tawdry multiplexes and completely redefine the movie-going experience. Here’s what they’re up to this week!

Thursday November 10th
Labyrinth Sing-Along
Alamo Ritz 7:00pm
"Come on people – do I really need to say anything more than that to convince you that this LABYRINTH SING & QUOTE-ALONG is not to be missed, no matter what the goblins tell you they’re going to do to your little brother? David Bowie, Jim Henson, and Jennifer Connely created an unsurpassed work of young adult cinema in the 1980s, and somehow it’s never been properly celebrated until now. We’ll have subtitles on the screen for all of our favorite lines and every single song, so the whole crowd can yell them all out in unison. We’ll also have an assortment of goodies in your prop bag, including bubbles to transport us to the magical land of Sarah’s dreamy ball, balloons to pop around the theater while we sing the fireys’ song, and best of all – Whoopee Cushions to fart along with the Bog of Eternal Stench. Smells bad!! Suffice to say, if you miss this show, you most definitely have no power over me. YOU HAVE NO POWER OVER ME!"—Henri Mazza via
Action Pack: Tombstone
"Typically The Action Pack likes to stick pretty close to our Michael Bay and AHNULD Schwarzenegger roots but we just love this movie too much to not want to try and recreate our own shoot-out at the OK Corral with an all out shoot-along screening of Tombstone, where everyone is being handed a 6-shooter and a ton of caps to gun fight along with every bad ass moment on the screen. So come on, why wouldn't you wanna see the most star-studded cast of roguish outlaws and strapping law men duking it out in one of the most famous showdowns in gunfight history?"—
Celebrity Guests: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. Presents: Jurassic Park
Alamo Rtiz 7:20pm
"The Alamo is pleased to welcome the two Detroit lads behind the trippy electronic indie pop group Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. as they present their favorite movie of all time Jurassic Park! We love bringing artists we dig to the Alamo to showcase movies that are significant to them and we were pleasantly surprised that Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr’s favorite flick just so happens to feature awe-inspiring Spielberg goodness!"—
Red VS Blue: Season 9
"Join the cast and crew of Rooster Teeth Productions as they premiere the completed 9th season of Red vs. Blue. RED vs. BLUE is back! In season 9 we're taken through two different stories. One of them follows Epsilon Al's memories of Blood Gulch, and the other is a prequel circling Project Freelancer in its glory days. This time around, action sequences are allowed outside of the maps provided in HALO: REACH."—
YE-Z In Love Sing-Along
Alamo Rtiz 9:45pm
"Jay-Z and Beyonce married and created a harmonious union of love and incredible music. And when they're not collaborating on a track they're collaborating in the sack as they await the 9-month bundle that will no doubt be a super human of musicality. Jay may be married to Beyonce but he has been bromancing all over the world and going H.A.M. with his boy Kanye. And with that we bring you Ye-Z in Love: The Beyonce/Jay-Z/Kanye West Sing-Along where we jam all our favorites music videos from each artist and as many collaborations into two hours as we possibly can. As always, we will have ALL of the lyrics up on the screen for you to sing-along to, light up rings, and so much more! Slap on some shudder shades and grab a bottle of champagne, but I don't think anything can get you ready for this jelly."—Greg MacLennan via
Alamo Survivor’s Tip: The Red vs. Blue comedy series is always a big draw especially for fans of first-person shooter videogames like Halo. The fact that this internet sensation is produced right here in Austin gives and extra measure of excitement to the Alamo showcase of Season 9.
Friday November 11th
The Skin I Live In
Alamo South Lamar (thru 11/13) 11:00am; 1:45pm; 4:30pm; 7:30pm; 10:30pm
In honor of the new Almodóvar movie about to hit Alamo screens, you can use your advance ticket to an opening weekend screening of THE SKIN I LIVE IN to get in FREE to any screening of WOMEN ON THE VERGE OF A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN or BAD EDUCATION at the Alamo South Lamar. There will also be some delightful tapas and Spanish wines available at screenings of THE SKIN I LIVE IN.”—
Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory w/Cast!
Alamo Ritz 7:30pm
"Gene Wilder is Willy Wonka. PERIOD. No amount of remaking, re-imagining, or rebooting will ever top the playfully haunting performance of one of the world's greatest actors.  Seriously, this movie never stops being amazing. When you were a kid, it was all about how awesome it would be if you could eat a gummy bear the size of your face or drink from a river made of chocolate.  Now that you're older, you can get nostalgic about that stuff while also seeing all the creepy shining through the cracks of this fantastically fun movie musical. Well, The Action Pack is pulling out all the stops with this special one-night only return to the world of pure imagination. The biggest stop of all: the actual kids of this fantastical movie joining us live on stage before the show. Seriously! Veruca Salt! Violet Beauregarde! Charlie Bucket! and Mike Teevee! All together and all grown up! What are you waiting for? Just sign the contract at the bottom line… er, buy your tickets now!"—
This Is Spinal Tap Sing-Along
Alamo Ritz 9:00pm
"This Is Spinal Tap shines a light on the self-contained universe of a metal band struggling to get back on the charts, including everything from its complicated history of ups and downs, gold albums, name changes and undersold concert dates, along with the full host of requisite groupies, promoters, hangers-on and historians, sessions, release events and those special behind-the-scenes moments that keep it all real."—
This Is Spinal Tap Quote-Along
Alamo Lake Creek 10:00pm
The Late Show: Jurassic Park
Alamo Ritz (thru 11/12) 11:30pm
"A month ago, Mondo screened Jurassic Park as their second Monday Mystery Movie to a sold out crowd. Now we're bringing back the film as a part of our Late Show series! The greatest reason why this film is still adored by fans 18 years after its release is not only because Jeff Goldblum is in it (that's a selling point for any movie), but because its mix of animatronics and CGI still holds up today - even against those uninteresting blue creatures James Cameron spent half a billion dollars on. The Late Show series' ambition is to trigger nostalgia, and as you already know Jurassic Park is a roaring response. Hold on to your butts!"—Chase Whale via
Saturday November 12th
Celebrity Guests: Tegan and Sara Get Along
Alamo South Lamar 4:00pm; 10:00pm
"Tegan and Sara Get Along is a collection of 3 films that give a rare and intimate look into the lives of these 2 celebrated singer/songwriters. Tegan and Sara will be at the Alamo South Lamar live and in person to present it on November 12th and 13th to celebrate the release of cd/dvd. The first film -- States -- is a 30-minute documentary that uses American touring footage and interviews with Tegan and Sara as a backdrop to illuminate their early career beginnings and their unique connection with their fanbase. The second film -- India -- is a 25-minute documentary shot during Tegan and Sara's first-ever tour of India, using interview footage with Tegan, Sara, and a cast of family and friends to chronicle diverse reflections on road life. The third film – For The Most Part -- is a special 1hr10min stripped-down studio concert, shot with a live audience of 75 fans, friends and family over two days in Vancouver, BC."—
McCallum Movie Music In The Park Part II
Mueller Lake Park Amphitheatre, Austin 6:00pm
"Back by Popular Demand; The McCallum Fine Arts Academy’s Award Winning Orchestra presents, ‘Movie Music In The Park Part II’.  This year the Orchestra has teamed up with McCallum’s Media Technologies Department, to create another action filled Movie Montage of our favorite classics.  The McCallum Orchestra will play live arrangements of the film soundtracks, while we watch highlights on a giant screen.  Following this will be a feature presentation of the 1980s classic Back To The Future.  This event will be suitable for all ages and will take place at Mueller Lake Park Amphitheatre on Nov 12th at 6pm. The event is free but donations will be collected to benefit the Orchestra program. Food and drink Concessions will be available."
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Thrill to all the cheap laughs, cheap women, and cheap production values of one of the world’s premier bad movies. Watching The Rocky Horror Picture Show in-and-of-itself is an event, but it takes on a whole new life when witnessed within the walls of The Alamo Village with loads of audience participation, dressed-up patrons, and general wickedness that has become a vital component to the film’s meteoritic rise to cult film legend. 
Alamo Survivor’s Tip: If you love great film scores, I highly recommend the McCallum Movie Music In The Park event. Not only do you get to let the spectacular sounds of your favorite film scores fill the crisp night air, but also a screening of Back to the Future as well. Sounds like a perfect evening to me.
Sunday November 13th
Celebrity Guests: Tegan and Sara Get Along
Alamo South Lamar 4:00pm; 8:00pm
Labyrinth Sing-Along
Alamo Lake Creek 7:00pm
Zzang!!!: Howard The Duck
Alamo Rtiz 7:00pm
"BRAND NEW 35MM PRINT! Howard the Duck burst into two-dimensional existence in 1973 and became an unlikely star of the Marvel Comics universe, gaining such a mighty following that the fowl-mouthed freak was somehow entered into the real-life 1976 presidential campaign. A decade later, Hollywood inexplicably pumped tens of millions of dollars into a big budget blockbuster that ended up not busting many blocks, but has since built a tremendous fan base. With the recent passing of longtime comics legend (and Howard the Duck artist) Gene Colan, we pay 35mm tribute to one of history’s finest waterfowl. Admittedly, Colan hated this George Lucas-produced, big budget, effects-laden barnstormer...but hey, so did the critics! We don't care! Howard's the best damn talking duck in the annals of cinema and we're proud to salute the man who gave him life. 'Waaauuugghhh!'"—
TV at the Alamo: AMC’s The Walking Dead
Alamo South Lamar 9:30; Lake Creek 9:00pm
"Season One of The Walking Dead established the series as yet another top-notch program from AMC right along with Breaking Bad and that other one with Christina Hendricks. The show has already taken huge U-Turns from the plot of the graphic novels and proved that it is capable of making its own compelling and exciting character-driven storylines, so the anticipation of season 2’s upcoming 13 episodes is huge. Where will they go next?!  Come watch it with your fellow zombie fans in the fortified safety of the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema."—John Gross via 
Monday November 14th
Master Pancake Mystery Preview
Alamo Ritz 7:00pm
"We can't tell you what movie we'll be mocking. And we won't be finished writing it.  But for the ridiculous price of $3, how can you resist?  Here's what we can tell you: we'll be mocking a movie that we're working on for our upcoming schedule.  We've written a lot of jokes for it, but we haven't written them all.  And we want you to help us figure out what works, what doesn't, and maybe inspire us to come up with some new ones.  You'll get to see a Master Pancake show for cheap, before anybody else gets to.  So what if it's not finished yet?  This is sure to be a fun time."—
The Big Lebowski Quote-Along
Alamo South Lamar 9:45pm
If you love the Cohen Brothers’ tribute to shiftless losers with mad bowling skills and penchants for Creedence Clearwater Revival, this is the place to be. All your favorite one-liners from The Dude will flash across the screen to prompt your collective vocal worship of this masterful comedy.
Music Monday: Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone
Alamo Ritz 10:00pm
"Too many behind-the-scenes music docs follow the rise and fall of ‘Band X’ with usual references to drugs, booze, one-night stands, and bickering, but the story of Fishbone is far more interesting and completely unique. One of the major SoCal live bands of the 80s, Fishbone intriguingly combined punk, metal, funk, ska, and jazz and got a record contract. But no music executive quite knew how to categorize a group of Black musicians who seemed able to play every style. Marketing Fishbone became a commercial nightmare. Even though the band members, especially Angelo Moore and Kendall Jones, had been best friends since being bused from South Central L.A. to public schools in ‘the Valley,’ the band eventually imploded because of the influence of a cult on Kendall and excessive playing of the Theremin by Angelo. With animation, live performances, interviews with well-known fans, and ‘then and now’ footage of the band and its members, the filmmakers have fashioned a fascinating study of a band that should have been mega-big. There is still time."—Austin Film Society via
Alamo Survivor’s Tip: You will not want to miss the Master Pancake mystery preview. It’s your chance to be in on the ground floor of another sensational MP mock and get a better sense of this amazing comedy troupe’s creative process.
Tuesday November 15th
Girlie Night: When Harry Met Sally
Alamo Ritz 7:00pm
"For me, the real question of When Harry Met Sally isn't ‘Will sex ruin a friendship?’ The big question is actually, ‘Why can't this movie be my life?’ Sure, it takes Sally an hour and a half to order a sandwich, and Harry is a bit of a talker, but together, these two share one of the greatest love stories in cinematic history. The witty banter! The New York autumn! The classy Harry Connick Jr. soundtrack! Don't even get me started on the old couples talking about how they first met, because even after a hundred viewings, I still tear up over ‘nine extra floors.’ This Rob Reiner and Nora Ephron masterpiece takes romance to the next, hilarious level, and we'll celebrate (and envy) it at Girlie Night. Pull on your days of the week underpants, add some pepper to your paprikash and let's all have what she's having!"—Sarah Pitre via
Food & Film: The Meaning of Life Beer Dinner
Alamo Lake Creek 7:00pm
"Stop questioning your own existence and let six of the funniest men EVER guide you through life’s most complex issues. Birth, fate, dreams, war, sex, speech, illness, death; Monty Python explain them all in the film while we explain to you the gourmet food and craft beer pairings placed in front of you.  Yes, chow down on a feast prepared to tie-in perfectly with an array of specialty brews as well as to match with the hilarious sketches and songs that send up religion, chimney babies, organ transplants and even talking goldfish."—John Gross via
AFS Essential Cinema: Wittgenstein
Alamo South Lamar 7:00pm
"Derek Jarman turns his superbly expressionistic lens toward the life, real and imagined, of 20th century powerhouse of philosophy, Ludwig Wittgenstein. Devoting a film to a genius who examined the “nature and limits of language” is a rather audacious undertaking, but Jarman was never deterred by any kind of limits himself. He sketches Wittgenstein’s life from his birth in Vienna, on through events during World War II, to his settling down at Cambridge, as a provocative professor and friend to philosopher Bertrand Russell and economist John Maynard Keynes. A love of Carmen Miranda’s flamboyant musicals certainly gives an idea of his inclinations, but other than a creative relationship with a man who was killed during World War I and a later love affair, Wittgenstein was generally frustrated in love. As if to balance the profligacy of Caravaggio as a subject, Jarman seems to have no less enjoyed exploring the life of a quieter man. Wittgenstein will be accompanied by Derek Jarman’s autobiographical documentary, Glitterbug."—
Terror Tuesday: I Drink Your Blood
Alamo Ritz 9:45pm
"This Satan-fueled anti-hippie railroader remains one of the most potent in horror history, and was the crowning achievement of sometimes-gay-porn-director David Durston. A small northeast town is invaded by a vanload of long-haired no-rules cultists, who immediately begin to terrorize and drugulate everyone within reach. Pushed to their limits, the defenseless citizens do what anyone would do in this situation: feed the subhuman enemies a big serving tray full of rabies-injected meat pies. Works like a charm, except now the town is overrun by RABID Satanic hippies. Boi-yoi-yoiiiinnnggg!!! Learn shocking new truths about the Dark Arts: “Let it be known, sons and daughters, that Satan was an acid head!” He’s not the only one…you’ll even see an innocent grandpa get forcibly pumped full of LSD! All this plus cannibalism, decapitation and hydrophobic humpery."—Zack Carlson via
Wednesday November 16th
AFS Doc Night: Nostalgia For The Light
Alamo South Lamar 7:00pm
"This inspiringly filmed documentary, set in the Atacama Desert of northern Chile, observes three groups of people, all focused on the past: astronomers, peering into the skies to see the light from stars billions of light-years away; archaeologists looking at the pre-Columbian arts and remains of early inhabitants of the desert; and the most tragic, women looking for the remains of their relatives tortured, killed, and discarded by the Pinochet dictatorship. The past: cosmic, pre-historic, and recent – all interwoven into an arid, barren land slowly giving up moments of awe, knowledge, and tragedy. The Chilean filmmaker has made nineteen documentaries, nearly all of which examine aspects of his country’s complex and only recently tortured history in the late 20th century.  Before Nostalgia De La Luz, Guzmán was best known for his 3-part documentary La Batalla De Chile, a study of the Allende years.  Best Documentary at the 2010 European Film Academy Awards and the 2011 Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival. Spanish with English subtitles."—
An Evening With Don Hertzfeldt
Alamo South Lamar 7:00pm
"Sundance Film Festival award winner and Oscar nominee Don Hertzfeldt is coming to the Drafthouse for one night of pure animated bliss. Throughout the evening, Hertzfeldt will be showing some of his previous works, including the first two in his trilogy about a strange man named Bill: Everything Will Be Ok and I Am So Proud of You. Following that, his latest film, the final chapter in this trilogy, It’s A Beautiful Day, will screen with a Q&A and audience chat shortly after. To make this special event even more electrifying, we're showing all three films in 35mm!"—
Art From The Streets
Alamo Ritz 7:00pm
"Come out to a free showing of the award-winning feature length documentary Art from the Streets. The film follows five artists experiencing homelessness during a year within Austin’s own Art from the Streets program. Art from the Streets provides artists experiencing homelessness with a purpose, a sense of community, and income. And, oh yeah, there’s lots of great art, too! Begin this special event by looking at some of the current Art from the Streets art. Mingle with the artists and volunteers from the program. Then, grab your seat for the movie! Save up your questions, and movie director Layton Blaylock and Art from the Streets artists and volunteers will have a short Q&A after the show. You can even buy the movie or art you see at the event!"—
Horror Remix: Thanksgiving
Alamo Lake Creek 10:00pm
"When director Eli Roth created his faux trailer ‘Thanksgiving’ for Grindhouse, he claimed his inspiration was to fill a void. All other holidays had at least one 80s slasher degrading it. All holidays, but Thanksgiving. Thankfully, Mr. Roth was dead wrong. There are actual two 80s Thanksgiving slashers; Home Sweet Home (1981) and Blood Rage (1983).  These films have plenty of underrated and bizarre moments that are going to get the Horror Remix love they deserve.  We will be filling out the show with a movie that isn’t set at Thanksgiving- but DOES feature a wacked-out killer turkey- Blood Freak (1972)!  This one-of-a-kind mess-terpiece satisfies on every level: drugs, bikinis, motorcycles, blood, and turkeys. And don’t forget, after each feature the snarky puppet MCs Cheesecake and Thunderclap do their damn thing!  Join us for two hours of Turkey Terror that is not to be missed!"—John Gross via
Weird Wednesday: The Electric Chair
Alamo Ritz 10:00pm
"So, there’s a double murder and a guy gets put on trial but he’s exonerated and someone else is caught and forced to face the music. Admittedly, nothing very exciting there. But The Electric Chair is so much more than the sum of its parts. North Carolina Horror Movie Host and live “Spook Show” purveyor, Pat Patterson, dropped dead in 1974, but before he died he ripped this throbbing black eel of a movie out of his brain and threw it down like a gauntlet to the world. Though he lived in a small town, Patterson was apparently possessed by a deep and abiding hatred for small town life and values. This crude, hilarious film is such a one-of-a-kind piece that it’s hard to even consider it a real movie. It feels like a $100 church pageant. The actors are unable to plausibly impersonate members of the human race, let alone their characters; the dialogue is ridiculous and the special effects consist of a lit sparkler atop a hideous homemade electric chair. You won’t believe your eyes."—Lars Nilsen via
Nippon Love and Laughter: Train Man
11/10 7:00pm
"The supposedly true story of a 23-year-old otaku (Japanese geek) who intervenes when a drunk man is harassing several women on a train. The otaku ultimately begins dating one of the women, and posts on a website asking for advice every step of the way. FREE admission"—
This Is Spinal Tap Quote-Along
11/11 7:30pm
Master Pancake: The Notebook
11/12 7:00pm; 10:00pm
"This November, Master Pancake whips out their giant Sharpie and scribbles all over The Notebook, the romantic movie sensation of the decade that has left more boyfriends with moist shoulders than a gigantic army of shoulders caught in a rainstorm. James Garner plays Noah, who narrates the story-within-the-story to his lady friend Allie, who has Alzheimer's (for the memory-impaired, the writer has offered a mnemonic device you’ll never forget: Allie has Alzheimer’s). Ryan Gosling plays the young hero of the story, who takes one gander at Rachel McAdams and his goose is cooked. By the end of the movie there won’t be a dry shoulder in the house. Come on out, two by two, and see how Noah navigates this flood of tears as Master Pancake dives into the most sentimental movie ever made!"—John Erler of Master Pancake via
Dynamic Duos: Superman & Superman II
11/13 5:00pm
"Join us as we pay tribute to the world's greatest hero with a double feature of super proportions. Christopher Reeve and Gene Hackman take center stage in Richard Donner's two adaptations of the Superman comic book. We here in Planet Houston are excited to strap on our tights, clasp on our capes and dig into two of the greatest superhero films ever concocted. In fact, we think you'll have so much fun, you'll want to fly backwards around the world so you can reverse time and do it all over again. Show up early for games, giveaways and more!"—
TV at the Alamo: AMC’s The Walking Dead
11/13 7:00pm
Only at the Alamo: Anime
11/15 7:30pm
The Alamo Drafthouse provides a welcome haven for fans of Japanese animation. Samurai swords must unfortunately be checked at the door.
Horror Remix: Thanksgiving
11/16 10:00pm
YE-Z In Love Sing-Along
11/10 7:30pm
Only at the Alamo: Just Like Us
11/10 9:00pm
"Egyptian-American comedian Ahmed Ahmed, in his directorial debut, takes audiences on a journey through the Middle East — exploring the current state of comedy in places like Dubai, Lebanon, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Egypt. In this very funny, very social relevant documentary, Ahmed is joined by some of the top young stand-up comedians working today (including Whitney Cummings from NBC's Whitney) as he shines a light on the misconception that Arabs have no sense of humor — when in fact they laugh, and are, just like us."—
TV at the Alamo: AMC’s The Walking Dead
11/13 7:00pm
TV at the Alamo: Glee
11/15 7:00pm
"Man you guys are CRAZY about this show! We’ve tried to feed your obsession with a few Glee Sing-Alongs (that sell-out every single time) but that just wasn’t enough! So we caved and now we’ll be showing every new episode of the season where you can get giddy with your fellow Gleeks weekly.  So start practicing your Schuester dance moves, warm up your vocal chords to out-sing Rachel, and get fabulous like Kurt, ‘cause we’re bringing the Glee."—
U2 3D
11/16 8:15pm
"Join us in celebrating the 20th anniversary of Achtung Baby, U2's seminal album, with a special one-night-only screening of U2 3D, a 3-D presentation of U2's global 'Vertigo' tour. Shot at seven different shows, this production employs the greatest number of 3-D cameras ever used for a single project. Take a trip through some of the band's biggest hits in pristine digital 3D. This is the way 3D concert film were supposed to be made!"—
San Antonio
Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil
11/10 8:00pm; 10:45pm
"Two scruffy pals' (Tyler Labine, Alan Tudyk) backwoods vacation takes a bloody turn when ignorant college students mistake them for a pair of murderous hillbillies."—
This Is Spinal Tap Quote-Along
11/11 7:00pm; 9:30pm
YE-Z In Love Sing-Along
11/13 7:00pm
TV at the Alamo: AMC’s The Walking Dead
11/13 7:00pm
Only at the Alamo: Anime
11/14 7:30pm
TV at the Alamo: Doctor Who
11/16 7:30pm
"Join us for the mid season finale. ‘A Good Man Goes to War’—The Doctor and Rory will race through the galaxy to find Amy Pond.  This is the episode where much is revealed and you may need a kleenex for the final scenes. We will conclude the evening with ‘Let's Kill Hitler.’ Free admission but you need to get a ticket from the box office to secure your seat."—
Horror Remix: Thanksgiving
11/16 10:15pm
Girlie Night: When Harry Met Sally
11/14 7:00pm; 9:45pm
TV at the Alamo: Glee
11/15 7:00pm
Big Screen Classics: Planes Trains and Automobiles
11/16 7:00pm; 9:45pm
"Hollywood has provided us with no shortage of classic Christmas films, but there is only ONE great Thanksgiving epic, and it is HERE. No fibbin'...this is the flat-out funniest holiday feature ever made, and deserves to stand tall in the ranks of Perfect Movies! John Candy gives his best-ever performance as shower curtain ring salesman Del Griffith, a carefree loser who takes uptight businessman Neal Page (Steve Martin) on the misadventure-ride of a lifetime. Thrill to flaming cars, maniacal hijinks, emotional blowouts and a faceful of really big, really dirty underwear."—  
This Is Spinal Tap Quote-Along
11/11 7:00pm
Labyrinth Sing-Along
11/13 4:30pm; 7:30pm
Only at the Alamo: Popular Outcasts Live Comedy
11/10 8:30pm
"The Popular Outcasts are a comedy troupe based out of Winchester and the surrounding northern Virginia area. Known largely for the internet videos they've also built a following from their live stand up shows. The Popular Outcasts will perform in person with a night of multimedia comedy.  Are you in or out?"—  
This Is Spinal Tap Quote-Along
11/11 11:00pm
Horror Remix: Thanksgiving
11/16 9:00pm


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