Flashback Cinema. Is it Colonel Mustard in the library with a rope? Yes, it's the board game come to life in this live-action whodunit. When released in 1985, the prints were struck with three different endings.
Newly Restored: This is the movie that popularized reggae music in America, and the film's score – with classics such as “Many Rivers to Cross” and “You Can Get It if You Really Want” – is still one of the great movie soundtracks of all time.
Alamo Drafthouse of Torment: Drafthouse screens Peele's horror thriller outside of Austin's spine-tingling House of Torment. Bring your own chairs; food and beverages for sale on site. Read a full review of Us.
Laser IMAX 2D: Timed to the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 – and made exclusively for science centers and museums – Apollo 11: First Steps Edition reconstructs the exhilarating mission with never-before-seen footage and newly discovered audio recordings.
In conjunction with Austin Film Festival and Get It Gals, this trivia night tests fans' knowledge of the hit sitcom. Austin Film Festival hosts a retrospective screening of the show at this year's fest (Oct. 24-31).