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Rooster Teeth Launches gen:LOCK Trailer
Austin's online behemoth Rooster Teeth has been teasing adding a few home-grown animated titles to its powerhouse slate: now the first trailer for the first of those new shows, the mecha-action thriller gen:LOCK.

2:20PM Mon. Jan. 22, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Five Movies to See in Austin This Week
Did you survive Austin’s Icepocalypse after clogging up the lines at H-E-B buying all the Schweppe's fizzie waters and various iterations of pasta? There’s still some random boxes of tagliatelle left, if you look closely, and everyone has calmed down from the hubbub, so should you need to embrace some cinema culture this week, we’re here to help.

8:00AM Fri. Jan. 19, Josh Kupecki Read More | Comment »

Five Movies to See in Austin This Week
 
First Look: Mondo's New Monsters
Austin's Mondo Gallery is kicking off 2018 with the return of a classic fright this weekend with its second Universal Studio Monsters art and print show. Before the vaults are opened on Friday, here's an exclusive first look at Greg Ruth's Bride of Frankenstein.

9:00AM Wed. Jan. 17, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Alamo Drafthouse Announces New Code of Conduct
The Alamo Drafthouse has always had a few rules: Don't talk or text in the movie; put your phone away. However, in the wake of last year's stormy headlines about how the company handled sexual assault and harassment allegations, the Austin-based movie chain has released a new code of conduct, as well as launching several new in-house initiatives.

2:30PM Tue. Jan. 16, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Truth in Journalism: The Making of The Post
On a crisp spring evening in April 1971, as Renato Perez came home from his shift at The New York Times, he got a call from assistant foreign editor Gerald Gold. As of that week he was to report to the New York Hilton Hotel for a special, top secret project involving classified government documents on the Vietnam War – the Pentagon Papers.

2:00PM Mon. Jan. 15, Acacia Coronado Read More | Comment »

Congratulations! It's a Maybe Shower!
After a banner year for Austin filmmakers, the first local title of 2018 has dropped its trailer: Maybe Shower, the latest comedy from filmmaker Lex Lybrand.

9:00AM Sat. Jan. 13, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Five Austin Films to Stream Right Now
Looking for a little local flavor while you curl up on the couch and avoid the two weeks of the year where it’s actually a bit cold outside? Are your allergies starting to get the best of you? We recommend you check out these films with Austin ties.

1:40PM Fri. Jan. 12, Josh Kupecki Read More | Comment »

Get Out Wins Austin Critics Top Prize
Austin's reputation as a film town friendly to cinema was proven again today as the Austin Film Critics Association announced that social horror Get Out has won its best film award, while director Jordan Peele won the prize for best first film and best original screenplay.

2:00PM Mon. Jan. 8, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Five Movies to See in Austin This Week
There are a couple of must-see new releases this week (I, Tonya, and The Other Side of Hope), but if you're looking for some alternatives, here’s some sure bets.

8:00AM Fri. Jan. 5, Josh Kupecki Read More | Comment »

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