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Alamo Drafthouse Guide (3/29-4/4): The Drafthouse Invites You to Laugh at Sex…and Also the City.

Alamo Drafthouse Guide (3/29-4/4): The Drafthouse Invites You to Laugh at Sex…and Also the City.

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 March 29

Office Space Quote-Along

Alamo Ritz 7:00pm

Come see Mike Judge’s uncomfortably accurate, if slightly exaggerated, depiction of the corporate grind; staplers and TPS reports in tow. Your favorite lines will appear on the screen karaoke-style for your shouting pleasure.

The Jiggy Crunk Sing Along

Alamo Ritz 9:45pm

“It's time to pull those parachute pants out of the closet, throw on something glittery and party like it's the 1990s. Cause if there was ever a movement that celebrated the best music paired with the most ridiculous fashion was the '90s. We're gonna be celebrating the most booty-bouncing, body-slammin', backwards-clothes-wearing decade of pop-rap with the JIGGY CRUNK SING-ALONG. We'll have cash for you to rain on people, Digital Underground glasses with nose pieces and more as you rap along to the era of timeless music. And not only that, but we're adding in some of the greats from the '00s because it didn't feel right to NOT play ‘Ignition Remix.’ So come, try and sing every lyric on screen (seriously...’Crossroads’ could be the most challenging song to sing along to ever) as you dance the night away with strangers and friends alike.’Yo man, let's get out of here. Word to your mother.’”—Greg MacLennan via

Friday March 30

Master Pancake: Sex & The City

Alamo Ritz (thru 3/31) 7:00pm; 10:00pm

"Break out the cosmos and start reading Cosmo because we're finally going to rip apart one of the most requested Pancake movies ever: Sex and the City (2008)! Starring Sarah Jessica Parker, the film follows the tribulations of our four heroines: Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda. Each of the 4 ladies represents a different personality type: promiscuous, easy, trampy, and brothel-ready. To round out the cast and make it feel less WASPy, the director has given a small role to Jennifer Hudson, fresh from her 7th place finish on American Idol and still rocking a perm! For those of you who never thought you'd be interested in seeing this movie (I'm looking at you heterosexual men) think of it as Ghostbusters for women. The four main characters wear ridiculous outfits, romp around NYC, and are always getting slimed. For those of you who love this movie, it's an excuse to see it all over again, but with special humorous Pancake commentary added. Whatever your reason for coming, Master Pancake will turn this into a hysterical night you won't forget.”—John Erler via

The Late Show: Blue Velvet

Alamo Ritz (thru 3/31) 11:35pm

"Frank Booth, the coolest person ever to grace a movie screen, had a lot of things going for him.  He was a criminal.  He was played by legendary madman Dennis Hopper.  He really knew how to make love (here’s a tip: it involves gas masks and violent dry-humping).  And he didn’t drink Heineken; the only thing that touched his lips (aside from poorly applied lipstick) was PABST BLUE RIBBON.”—

 Studio Ghibli Retrospective: Kiki’s Delivery Service

Alamo South Lamar (thru 4/3) Check Daily Times

 "Veteran animator Hayao Miyazaki directs this buoyant children's adventure yarn about a young witch striking out on her own. At her mother's behest, 13-year-old Kiki sets out on a year-long apprenticeship with her black cat in tow. With a shaky command of her broom, she ends up in a charming little coastal town that looks like a cross between the French provincial and San Francisco. Unfortunately, the local hotels have a strict ‘no witches’ policy and the police have taken a dim view of her recent aerial mischief-making. She's saved from the street by a kindly baker's wife, who offers her room and board in exchange for her delivering by broom the baker's wares. Soon she befriends a college-aged artist, an old women who fusses over her, and a boy her same age who is nursing a massive crush. All is well until she wakes up one day and realizes that she can't make her broom levitate nor can she talk to her cat. What will Kiki do?”—Jonathan Crow of Rovi via

Alamo Survivor’s Tip: Fans of Master Pancake really have been clamoring for quite some time for the guys to rip the ladies of Sex and the City a new one. If you miss this opportunity, there will not be enough fruity flavored martinis in the world in which to adequately drown your sorrows.

Saturday March 31

Kid’s Club: The Apple Dumpling Gang

Alamo South Lamar 11:00am

"This rampaging Disney Western has three orphans bursting into a wealth of trouble when they stumble across a huuuuge gold nugget. They semi-accidentally join forces with two bumbling outlaws – the great Don Knotts and the almost-as-great Tim Conway! - to fend off the greedy townspeople and a surly gang of vicious, greedy sharpshooters. Knotts and Conway are comic masters, and it’s pure bliss to see them ham it up to the max as lovable rogues. With a patented Disney cast of immensely likable actors including Harry Morgan and the inimitable Slim Pickens, this really is a genuine classic Disney Kid’s Favorite that stands the test of time. The only people who love it more than kids are their parents. So if you like to laugh, don’t miss it. But be warned: your kids will be doing their best Slim Pickens impersonations for weeks afterward!”—

Afternoon Tea: Elizabeth

Alamo South Lamar 4:00pm

"At Girlie Night, we’re obviously huge fans of strong, dynamic heroines. And I’m pretty sure that no one has ever been as elegantly badass as Cate Blanchett in Elizabeth, which is why it’s the perfect film to continue our Afternoon Tea series. This movie is packed with the classiest actors in the biz, from Geoffrey Rush to Richard Attenborough, and Joseph Fiennes handsomely performs his swoon-inducing duty. But of course, it’s really all about Cate Blanchett. She defies societal convention, fights against power-hungry noblemen, launches military battles and still manages to look completely gorgeous the entire time. At Afternoon Tea, we’ll crown her the queen of our hearts while sipping on tea as beautifully complex as the costumes and snacking on treats as delicious as the intrigue!”—Sarah Pitre via

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Alamo Village 11:55pm

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 Surivor’s Tip: The Apple Dumpling Gang is an unheralded Disney classic. If you’ve not yet show it to your children, or if you’ve never seen it, hop in the nearest mine cart you can find and mosey on down to the Alamo on this Saturday mornin’.

Sunday April 1

Cinema Club: The Violent Years

Alamo Ritz 7:00pm

"At every installment of Cinema Club we welcome a guest expert for a very special program of screening and discussion. Over the years our experts have included writers, academics and filmmakers of all sorts but we've never welcomed a guest quite like Johnny Legend. He is the first - and will probably remain the only -  Cinema Club guest who is a wrestling manager and member of  the Rockabilly Hall Of Fame. In addition to all his other talents, Legend is one of the world's most respected authorities on drive-in and exploitation movies. Through his work with Rhino Video and Legendhouse, he has exposed the world to the joys of the films he lovingly calls ‘sleaze’ and ‘trash.’ We're so excited to welcome Johnny, who brings with him two astonishingly rare 35mm film prints, The Edward D. Wood Jr.- written girl gang movie The Violent Years (1956), which postulates that juvenile delinquency is a communist plot. The second half of our drive-in double feature is the hard-bitten psychological horror film The Sadist (1963), starring would-be teen idol Arch Hall Jr. as a psychotic young man who terrorizes an unlucky trio with car trouble. It's a tour-de-force of acting and direction that we consider thoroughly unmissable. As always, after each screening we'll open the discussion to all. Expect the well-traveled Mr. Legend to come prepared with some pretty hair-raising stories. Also, don't miss Johnny Legend performing at the Continental Club on March 31!”—Lars Nilsen via

TV at the Alamo: AMC’s Mad Men

Alamo Lake Creek 9:00pm; Alamo Ritz 9:45pm

 "We've been hooked on AMC's award-winning drama from the opening beats of the opening credits of the very first episode, and we've never looked back. The '60s style, the talk about marketing in a time when advertising was really just coming into its own, and of course Don Draper himself just keep everyone coming back for more and more. Of course, for us it's the fantasy world of drinking and smoking and taking naps in the morning, then going for a martini and oyster lunch, then smacking around Pete Campbell and calling it a workday that makes the world of Don Draper such an enticing one. For this season of Mad Men, we'll be showing two episodes back to back, the first will be the previous weeks episode, and the second will be the new episode. Then we'll skip all the commercials and delight in Draper's wit and debauchery.”—

Cinema Club: The Sadist

Alamo Ritz 10:00pm

See: The Violent Years

Alamo Survivors’ Tip: Part of what is so spectacular about the Alamo Drafthouse is its propensity to exhibit the rarest of the rare. Judging from their descriptions, you may not have much interest in seeing The Sadist or The Violent Years, but the fact that few people on this planet will ever get the opportunity to see these prints, and given the special guest’s dizzying knowledge of the subject that he is willing to share, the evening will be well worth your time.

Monday April 2

Action Pack: Lethal Weapon 2

Alamo Ritz 7:00pm

"It's the same Murtaugh you know and love partnered with loose canon Martin Riggs, but this time they are paired up with a witness to protect, Mr. Leo Getz (Joe Pesci). The zingers and one-liners fly as fast as the bullets in this tale of international drug smuggling and DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY. There's action, interracial friendships, romance, toilet explosions and female nipples! If that's not reason enough to revisit this beauty in a theater, maybe this will tip your scales. We're loading up what can only be deemed an ‘unsafe’ amount of black powder into our pyrotechnic kits and preparing to blow things up LIVE in the theater along with the explosions on screen. ‘We're back, we're bad, you're black, I'm mad.’”—Greg MacLennan via

Music Monday: Serge Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life

Alamo Ritz 10:00pm

"Serge Gainsbourg birthday tribute! Best-selling comic book artist Joann Sfar delivers an inventive biopic of Serge (Eric Elmosnino), the famed French singer of songs, lover of women, and smoker of cigarettes. Born Lucien Ginsburg to Russian-Jewish parents, Sfar follows him from his childhood in Nazi-occupied Paris, his transition from painter to jazz musician to pop superstar, and delves into his many relationships with such legendary beauties as Juliette Greco (Anna Mouglalis), Brigitte Bardot (Laetitia Casta) and Jane Birkin (Lucy Gordon). All the while Sfar employs a surrealistic style a bit reminiscent of fellow director and countryman, Michel Gondry, and off course there's a killer Gainsbourg-saturated soundtrack that acts like a time capsule of ‘60’s Paris.”—

The Big Lebowski Quote-Along

Alamo South Lamar 10:20pm

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.

Tuesday April 3

Big Screen Classics: The Exorcist

Alamo Ritz 7:00pm

"Prior to becoming a staple of after-school specials (Born Innocent, Sarah T: Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic) and B-movie box office bombs (Savage Streets, Roller Boogie) the pudgy-faced Linda Blair had earned her place in the cinematic pantheon as Regan MacNeil – the possessed little girl who became an inspiration to holy rollers and juvenile delinquents everywhere. Her head could spin. She found obscene uses for religious iconography. She could levitate, vomit green, beat a priest - what a teen! When scientific technology proves useless, her mother (Ellen Burstyn) calls in the big guns, namely retired Exorcist Father Marron (Max Von Sydow) and his bewildered assistant Damien Karras (Jason Miller), who prove no match for the scabby, trucker-mouthed hellcat. See Pazuzu’s pre-teen putti as she was meant to be seen – on the big screen! (writeup freely adapted from Alice Donut song lyrics)”—

AFS Essential Cinema: Masquerades

Alamo South Lamar 7:00pm

"In this Algerian comedy, a gardener sees a way toward fortune: marrying his sister Rym to a ‘real gentleman.’ But there are problems: Rym is narcoleptic and actually in love with her brother’s best friend, Khliffa, who has eagerly reciprocated her love for years. In Arabic with English subtitles.”—

Terror Tuesday: The Toolbox Murders

Alamo Ritz 10:15pm

"When independent film studios saw how much money could be made off one simple chainsaw massacre, they began a mad scramble for the next winning combination of hardware and carnage. Over the next several years, gore warriors would take in such late-night penetration fantasies as Driller Killer, Nailgun Massacre, Sledge Hammer and even Woodchipper Massacre. But none of them come close to the sincerity, vigor and high-impact lowbrow artistry of The Toolbox Murders. This mighty example of scum-level filmmaking was released at sleaze cinema’s apex, when both the exterior and interiors of the human body were most vigorously displayed on screen. Hard luck drive-in legend Cameron Mitchell (Raw Force) stars as a rampaging, kill-crazy landlord whose greatest pleasure in life is ending everyone else’s. Equipped with one of those boxes with tools in it -- what are those things called again? -- he travels from room to room in a savage, conscience-free rage-trance, treating his renters the way the Kool-Aid man treats a brick wall.”—Zack Carlson via

Wednesday April 4

Computer Error: The Worst CGI in Movie History

Alamo Ritz 7:00pm

"George Lucas. Michael Bay. McG. Bloated Hollywood billionaires who’ve built their empires on the shattered remains of our childhood dreams. Since the ‘90s, the advent of computer technology has graced mankind with larger stomachs, unavoidable pornography, and the complete destruction of the film industry. Big budget movies used to be packed with daredevil stunts, ambitious effects work and innovative ingenuity. Now we’re treated to an aromatic buffet of Jar Jars, Shreks and even darker offenses. No thrills, no chills… just the 64-bit machinations of overpaid, Dorito-addicted studio schlubturds. Admittedly, most of America has been too dumb to notice, but anyone with two eyes and half a mind can see that movie magic is being violently murdered, and tonight WE FIGHT BACK!! CGI is hereby on trial, and we’re presenting enough evidence for you the jury to send it straight to the electric chair!”— 


Alamo South Lamar 7:00pm

"The Dionysium offers a unique, innovative program of debate, lecture, declamation, theatrical presentation and music in a salon-like atmosphere on the first Wednesday of every month at the Alamo South Lamar. Audiences enjoy offerings not to be found elsewhere in Austin, including the recitation of famous speeches, participatory discussion in a formal, moderated context, and the opportunity to participate in the recreation of Ancient rituals.”—

AFS Doc Night: An Encounter with Simone Weil

Alamo South Lamar 7:20pm

"French humanist philosopher, activist, and mystic, Simone Weil (1909 – 1943) is sadly little known today, but Julia Haslett’s stimulating documentary uncovers a wealth of material which brings Weil back into a deserved spotlight. Particularly concerned with the plight of the French working class during the Great Depression, Weil insisted that philosophers should experience what they wrote about, so she went to work in a factory before returning to teaching. She fought on the side of anarchists during the Spanish Civil War and apparently starved herself to death during World War II in solidarity with the suffering masses. Julia Haslett will attend the screening for a Q&A!”—

Weird Wednesday: Barbed Wire Dolls

Alamo Ritz 9:40pm

"Jess Franco and Lina Romay were the ultimate power couple of exploitation filmmaking. Together they made over 100 feature films, mostly sexploitation and horror. His partner and muse, Lina Romay was more than just a gorgeous, sexy, frequently nude actress. She frequently co-wrote the dialogue, helped direct the actors and edited the films. Their adventurous life took them all over, making cheap, subversively brilliant movies for back-alley adult theaters, hanging out with jazz musicians and artists, eating in the best restaurants and living the ultimate creative, bohemian life. Lina Romay died this year at age 57. In tribute to her we present one of dozens of Women In Prison films she and Jess made. Barbed Wire Dolls stands out from the pack particularly because Franco's hand-held zoom-lens camera work is so unusual, almost avant-garde. Also, in between showers, punishments and cat-fights we get Lina's flashback sequence in which Jess plays her father. It was intended to be a slow-motion sequence, but they couldn't afford the special camera, so they just move really slow. Mindblowing!”—Lars Nilsen via


             West Oaks

             Fanboys with Screenwriter Ernie Cline

            3/29 7:00pm

"Join screenwriter Ernie Cline and the 501st Legion (costumed Star Wars bad guys) for a special screening of Fanboys to benefit The Texas Children's Hospital. Help us cheer on the onscreen fanboys as they attempt to break into George Lucas' Skywalker Ranch to steal an early copy of Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace and answer the ultimate question: ‘What if the movie sucks?’ We're going full geek on this one. Expect a theater full of costumed Storm Troopers, droids, and all the Star Wars nerdiness you can handle.  And yes, you can wear your Yoda ears. The DeLorean Motor Company will be on hand at the screening with vehicles on display.”—Amy Averett via

             Girlie Night: Bring It On

            3/29 7:30pm

"'ll be the first to admit that when I was in high school, I thought cheerleaders were kinda lame. I mean, the big hair, the short skirts, the pom poms... what was the point?! But then I saw Bring It On, and suddenly, I totally wanted to be a cheerleader. I wanted to shellac my head with hairspray and perform crazy flips in the air and compete at Nationals and shout ‘Brr! It’s cold in here! There must be some Toros in the atmosphere!’ and flirt with a boy just by brushing my teeth because cheerleaders can do all of those things! At least, they can when they’re played by a chipper Kirsten Dunst, a badass Eliza Dushku (I still think of her as Faith) and a fierce Gabrielle Union. Throw in the adorable guitar soloist Jesse Bradford, and I’m ready to pack up for cheerleader camp. While it might be hard for some people to believe in the awesomeness of Bring It On, we know the truth here at Girlie Night, and we’re going to 2-4-6-8 appreciate it! So start warming up your spirit fingers, because it’s going to be a totally cheertastic evening. (And we’ll make sure that no one drops the spirit stick.)”—Sarah Pitre via

            Only at the Alamo: Anime

            4/3 7:30pm

The Alamo Drafthouse provides a welcome haven for fans of Japanese animation. Samurai swords must unfortunately be checked at the door.

            Zzang!!!: The Naked Gun

            4/4 7:30pm

"FACT: Leslie Nielsen was the all-time #1 supreme force of pure comedic hammin’. Unfortunately, he and the rest of the world didn’t realize it until 1980’s Airplane, when he was already 54 years old. From that point forward, the late, great, white-topped funnyman made up for lost time in a big way, slinging goofball gags at every opportunity. Here, he reprises his square-jawed everyman hero Lt. Frank Drebin from the hilarious but doomed Police Squad TV series. In a race against crime, he’ll alienate, embarrass and/or destroy every person, place and thing within 50 miles of downtown Los Angeles. You’ll also enjoy the wacky antics of a talented young actor named “O.J. Simpson.” The also-late, also-great Ricardo Montalban appears as the billionaire crime lord plotting to kill the queen of England. Priscilla Presley, George Kennedy and baseball icon Reggie Jackson round out the cast. But more importantly, Weird Al Yankovic is in it! ZZANG!!!”—

 Mason Park

 Kids’ Club: The Dark Crystal

3/31 Noon

"Join us for another installment of the Alamo Kids Club series, sponsored by 8th Dimension Comics & Games and Ain’t It Cool News. This month: The Dark Crystal! Visit the darker side of Jim Henson's beautiful imagination with this visually stunning, epic adventure! Jen is the last in a race of Gelflings, gentle creatures similar to elves. He is sent on a quest to heal the Dark Crystal and restore order to his beautiful world. Joined by Kira and Fizzgig, Jen demonstrates great courage and honor on his dangerous journey. The Dark Crystal is filled with magic and mystery, a feast for the eyes and the heart.”—  

Action Pack: Demolition Man

3/31 7:30pm

"Simon Phoenix is an old fashioned criminal. We need an old fashioned cop....we need JOHN SPARTAN! Incarcerated in ice in the year 1996 for a crime he didn't commit, testosterone packed John Spartan has been thawed out and reborn into a crime-free society being terrorized by his oldest nemesis: Simon Phoenix, the multi-murder-death-killer. As Phoenix continues on his murderous rampage in what could be a political conspiracy, Spartan will be in hot in pursuit as he battles not only the greatest villain of his time...but the social norms of a future he doesn't know and a mysterious arrangement of seashells. When Demolition Man came out in 1993, the world stopped and celebrated an all-star cast at the top of its game that included Sandra Bullock, Wesley Snipes, Sylvester Stallone, Dennis Leary and Benjamin Bratt. And now, almost twenty years later, the Action Pack is celebrating what has matured into one of the finest pieces of action cinema of all time with an all-out-pyrotechnics-in-the-theater-gun-caps-a-blazin' theatrical party. If you've never seen Demonlition Man before, this is the way you HAVE to see it. (And seriously..HOW HAVE YOU NOT SEEN Demolition Man!?) And if you love Demoliton Man half as much as we do, then you know this is the screening you cannot afford to miss. "You're gonna regret this the rest of your life... both seconds of it.’”—Greg MacLennan via

Horror Remix: Spring

3/31 10:00pm

"Metaphorically, the holiday slasher is generally consistent with the importance of that particular holiday. The bigger the holiday, the better the slasher. Upon initial release the spring slashers were widely regarded as pale imitations of Black Christmas, Halloween and My Bloody Valentine. While this is 100% true, Graduation Day, Memorial Valley Massacre and Slaughter High have a place in this world. Nothing groundbreaking here. Just satisfying little slashers that go down easy with beer! Bring your friends and GET THERE EARLY! And don’t forget, lots of fun extras, shorts and your puppet MCs, Cheesecake and Thunderclap.”—

 Big Screen Classics: Cool Hand Luke

4/1 6:00pm

"Most Hollywood movies about anti-authority figures often lack authenticity because, well, they're from Hollywood, but Cool Hand Luke is the real thing because Newman was the real thing, a guy who gladly and purposefully did things his own way, even at the risk of his career. It became one of his defining features and one of the things that endeared him to audiences, especially when Luke was released in 1967, and it holds up today as a testament to not only a great actor and humanitarian, but also as a terrific piece of entertainment. It's the one we'll always remember him by. HARD BOILED EGG EATING CONTEST BEFORE THE MOVIE!”—Matt Kiernan via

 TV at the Alamo: AMC’s Mad Men

4/1 8:00pm

 Only at the Alamo: Troma Wednesdays

            4/4 7:30pm

The Toxic Avenger— See the film that launched a pop culture phenomenon – The Toxic Avenger is directed by Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz and features the stunning transformation of nerdy mop boy Melvin Junko into the monstrous hero of Tromaville, The Toxic Avenger. This gross-out superhero slimefest inspired several sequels, a comic book, an animated television show and even a musical.”—

San Antonio


            Zzang!!!: Big Trouble in Little China

            3/29 7:00pm

“One of a string of amazing Carpenter films starring Kurt Russell, the film tells the story of All American trucker Jack Burton (Russell) who gets dragged into a centuries-old mystical battle below  San Francisco's Chinatown.  Not convinced?  Did we mention that the movie co-stars a 30-year-old, pre-Sex and the City Kim Cattrall? This is the film that brings out the best and manliest in Kurt Russell; it's a silly blast that will keep you glued to the edge of your seat!”—

             The Rocky Horror Picture Show

            3/29 10:30pm

             Only at the Alamo: Anime

            4/2 7:30pm

             Park North

             Office Space Quote-Along

            3/29 7:00pm; 9:45pm

             Zzang!!!: The Naked Gun

            4/2 7:00pm; 9:45pm

            80s Movie Anthems Sing-Along

            4/4 7:00pm

 "The '80s were a great decade for music; more specifically, the marriage of music and movies never seemed more right. '80s movies changed our lives one montage at a time. Whether it was Kevin Bacon cutting loose to some Kenny Loggins or Rocky pumping up to beat Drago with ‘Hearts on Fire’ blaring, this music invoked so much emotion out of their downright ridiculous lyrics and synth-pop beats that we couldn't help but feel invigorated. And invigorated we were. We were so jazzed up that we're assembling all of our favorite movie songs and clips to play back-to-back-to-back in what can only be deemed an inspirational overload. Seriously, this music makes you feel like you can climb a mountain and knock out Bigfoot with one triumphant fisticuff to the air. We'll be holding out for a hero as we lament about our 9-to-5, and then we can all take to the aisles as we dance magic dance. So, throw on your favorite '80s gear, grab a tambourine, and prepare to sweat because that's the power....that's the power of love!”—Greg MacLennan via

           Stone Oak

             Action Pack: Demolition Man

            3/29 7:00pm

             Action Pack: Lethal Weapon 2

            4/4 7:00pm

 Winchester VA

            Only at the Alamo: Popular Outcasts Live Comedy

            3/29 8:00pm

"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?”—          

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