I mean, in between seeing The Force Awakens in the theater this past December, and seeing Rogue One in theaters this coming December, you might as well pad out the intervening months with a little more Star Wars in the theater, right?
Honestly, you never know what to expect at Fantastic Fest. One moment you’re sitting in the heat, the next you stumble into the bar and see four Alamo Drafthouse bartenders competing with Star Wars themed alcoholic beverages for the honor of being served at showings of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Check out this trailer for 1979's The Visitor, in which legendary director John Huston plays an interstellar hero trying to keep a demonic eight-year-old girl from marrying her baby brother and unleashing a space menace. This milestone in WTFery is getting a fancy new reissue from the Alamo Drafthouse.
For years, Mondo, the boutique arm of the Alamo Drafthouse, has brought some incredible high-concept movie posters to life. Now, Mondo has its very first gallery — and with it, a fun first gallery show.
Tonight, the Alamo Drafthouse is hosting a special screening of John Carpenter's They Live. Which means one thing: a new limited edition poster from Mondo! So here it is, the limited edition They Live poster created by the Shepard Fairey.
The restored print of Fritz Lang's Metropolis, with 25 extra minutes, just showed in an art deco power plant in Austin this past weekend. Here's an exclusive look at the gorgeous new Metropolis poster, and check out some pics below.
Alice Krige's Borg Queen oozes sensuality and creepiness in this new poster from Mondo, the Alamo Drafthouse's collectible art boutique. We're bringing you an exclusive first look at the Star Trek: First Contact poster before it goes on sale Thursday.
A single probe droid scours the icy landscape of Hoth, in this new Star Wars poster which we're bringing to you exclusively, a day before it goes on sale. The last three posters sold out within an hour.
Tyler Stout designs incredibly detailed screenprinted movie posters that give classic science fiction films an updated look while offering newer movies a touch of vintage Hollywood charm.