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Special Screenings for Sat., April 25
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    Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004)

    Rejoice, drive-in fans! Doc's is still showing films, with a new “Get out, go home” policy. Purchase everything online, even food and drinks, so you never have to leave your vehicle. They’ll direct you to a spot and you'll tune in on your car radio to hear the film. Concession orders will be placed on the roof of the car, so you don't have to worry about potential unsafe interactions. It's a safe, fun way to get out and see a movie on the big screen. Read a full review of Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.
    Sat., April 25, 8:25pm 
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    Sherlock Gnomes (2018)

    Rejoice, drive-in fans! Doc's is still showing films, with a new “Get out, go home” policy. Purchase everything online, even food and drinks, so you never have to leave your vehicle. They’ll direct you to a spot and you'll tune in on your car radio to hear the film. Concession orders will be placed on the roof of the car, so you don't have to worry about potential unsafe interactions. It's a safe, fun way to get out and see a movie on the big screen. Read a full review of Sherlock Gnomes.
    Sat., April 25, 8:20pm 
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    The Shining (1980)

    Blue Starlite Round Rock has been blue without you, but they’re back with ESD screenings. That’s code for “extreme social distancing,” meaning you stay in your car the entire time, no exceptions. If you’d like to pick up food beforehand, preorder meals and concessions with your tickets and drop by the Salt Lick down the street on the way in. Then buckle up and enjoy the film, ESD style. For schedule updates, check the website or text “Starlite” to 797979.
    Sat., April 25, 10:55pm 
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    Trolls (2016)

    Daytime Drive-in Event: Starlite’s Josh Frank sat down with CEO Darrell Landers with a novel idea: Let’s take your LED screens over to my drive-ins and offer families stuck at home a chance to bring their kids out to a drive-in movie during “kids' hours.” Given that each week it gets darker and darker later, “It is hard to keep the little ones up, and parents aren’t getting babysitters during these times, so being able to do a drive-in during the day is,” as Frank explains, “the holy grail of solutions.” Read a full review of Trolls.
    Sat., April 25, 5:30pm 
SPACES
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    Drug Stories

    AGFA and Something Weird Present: American Genre Film Archive and Something Weird have scoured the vaults and collected the best of the worst classroom drug scare films. With content ranging from spiders on speed to Florrie Fisher, the inspiration for Strangers With Candy's Jerri Blank, this should be a wild trip.
    April 20-27, 7pm 
    Alamo Drafthouse Online
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    Wonder Women (1973)

    Weird Wednesday: Filipino action/sci-fi mash-up in which a female doctor dispatches her kung-fu minions to steal the organs of male athletes to sell to seniors seeking the secret of youth. Bonus features include the Alamo Drafthouse preshow experience and a special intro from Alicia Coombs (AGFA, Cherry Bomb programmer).
    April 22-29, 7pm 
    Alamo Drafthouse Online

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