The Alamo Drafthouse is indeed the bastion of unbridled cinephile passion, but sometimes that dedication to providing the ultimate haven for movie fanatics cannot be contained within the walls of a theater. That is why the Alamo Drafthouse created The Rolling Roadshow, a mobile cinematic adventure. A gigantic inflatable screen and a truck equipped with a projector make it possible for a movie to be seen at the most exciting, film-appropriate locations imaginable. For example, it offers the opportunity to watch Jaws floating in an inner tube on a lake or see Close Encounters of the Third Kind at Devil’s Tower in Wyoming. Or, in the case of last Saturday, see The Texas Chainsaw Massacre right next to the house were it was originally filmed.