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NC-17   166 min.  

Treatise on fame turns Marilyn Monroe's life into a horror story

New Reviews


NR   87 min.  

Maltese midlife crisis comedy is a pleasant if undemanding jaunt

Catherine Called Birdy

PG-13   108 min.

Lena Dunham goes for historical comedy


NR   135 min.

A serial killer targets film critics in this Bollywood thriller

Cuando Sea Joven

NR   120 min.

Age-swap antics as a 70-year-old woman becomes her younger self

Don't Worry Darling

R   123 min.  

Even Florence Pugh can't save this heavy-handed thriller

First-Run Movies


R   102 min.  

Buried secrets make for the year's smartest, scariest horror


R   93 min.  

Idris Elba versus a lion in this throwback creature feature

Brahmastra Part One: Shiva

NR   165 min.

Hindi cinema gets its own Marvel-style franchise


PG-13   103 min.  

Tragic true-life drama attacks how the system fails military veterans

Bullet Train

R   126 min.  

Brad Pitt bumbles entertainingly through a hyperviolent slapstick comedy

Clerks III

R   115 min.  

Deservedly self-indulgent return to the Quick Stop where Kevin Smith began

Confess, Fletch

R   99 min.  

Jon Hamm's laconic detective is too laid-back for his own good

DC League of Super-Pets

PG   106 min.  

Fuzzy superhero antics are perfect summery kids' fare

Deep in the Heart

NR   90 min.  

Texas' diverse and precious wildlife gets the documentary it deserves

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero

PG-13   100 min.  

An old adversary spices up an otherwise very Dragon Ball-y flick


PG-13   159 min.  

If you're looking for trouble, you came to the right place

Everything Everywhere All at Once

R   140 min.  

Michelle Yeoh gets multiversal in this incredible comedy


PG-13   107 min.  

It's a great view in this vertigo-inducing survival thriller

God's Country

R   103 min.  

Thandiwe Newton finds darkness in the heartland

The Invitation

PG-13   104 min.  

Tedious vampire flick should have stayed in the grave

Jurassic World Dominion

PG-13   146 min.  

Nothing new in the DNA of this dinosaur trilogy capper


PG-13   120 min.

Faith-based adoption drama


G   106 min.  

Animated adventure is a bright if undemanding pleasure

Minions: The Rise of Gru

PG   87 min.  

Kevin, Stuart, yee Bob nama bok, yee ba veela doegab tadtee de Otto!

Moonage Daydream

PG-13   135 min.  

David Bowie, the transgressive and compassionate iconic artist in cosmic, intimate detail

Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris

PG   115 min.  

All eyes on Lesley Manville in this tale of fashion and grit


R   131 min.  

Jordan Peele's sci-fi horror/satire on minor celebrity is a "yeah"

Orphan: First Kill

R   98 min.  

The cuckoo's nest classic gets a gruesome and surprising prequel


R   102 min.  

Mia Goth shines madly in the delicious period prequel to X

Running the Bases

PG   127 min.

Faith-based drama about locker room prayer

See How They Run

PG-13   98 min.  

Playful whodunit spoofs the greatest mystery in theatre

The Silent Twins

NR   113 min.  

True story of siblings gives little insight into their inner lives

Three Thousand Years of Longing

R   108 min.  

Swinton and Elba lack magic in this unfunny fantastical rom-com

Top Gun: Maverick

PG-13   131 min.  

Tom Cruise proves he’s the last of his kind


R   94 min.  

B.J. Novak tells a touching tale of truth, myths, and Texas

Where the Crawdads Sing

PG-13   125 min.  

Cardboard characters get soggy in this swampy melodrama

The Woman King

PG-13   134 min.  

Historical epic of the legendary women warriors who inspired the Dora Milaje


R   105 min.  

Ti West returns with a brilliant period horror-porno (horno?)

Special Screenings
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Love, From Death Row: A Day of Art and Film

    A screening of two films about the death penalty and the families that are affected by it, plus an exhibit of incredible artwork created by people currently on death row. Sponsored in partnership by Motion Media Arts Center, the Texas Moratorium Network, the Death Row Angels, Austin Abolitionists, the Texas Abolition Movement, and the Jude Filler Foundation.
    Sat., Sept. 24, 5pm. Free, but RSVP. 
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Fantastic Fest

    Badges are now available for the ultimate genre film festival, with options for those who want to enjoy it from the couch all the way to "Cult Member," with eight days of film, parties, super-secret special events, and more. A few features from last year's fest were Lamb, The Black Phone, and V/H/S/94.
    Sept. 22-29 

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