Raleigh VHS fans rejoice! The Alamo Drafthouse has announced they will be opening a new store called Video Vortex, a massive video rental shop that will contain over 75,000 movies to rent FOR FREE. In addition, they’ll have VCRs and Blu-ray players
Drafthouse Films released a new trailer for their upcoming U.S. release of The Tribe, Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy‘s dialogue-free drama set in a school for the deaf. This happens to be one of my most anticipated films of the year and looks incredibly unique.
Drafthouse Films has picked up the distribution rights to Karyn Kusama‘s horror-thriller The Invitation after its premiere at this year’s SXSW. The film stars Logan Marshall-Green as a guy attending a dinner party at his old house hosted by his ex-wife and
The geniuses at Drafthouse Films were quick to point out that no animals were harmed in the making of Roar, a re-release of the 1981 cult classic, but 70 members of the cast and crew did suffer injuries, dubbing this the most
Drafthouse Films has partnered with Olive Films to release the cult classic 1981 film, Roar, starring Tippi Hedren and Melanie Griffith. This marks the sole release from director Noel Marshall, who also starred in the film which revolves around a wildlife conservationist whose life
Normally, when I hear about the next romantic comedy I have very little interest to actually see that film, but Sean Mullin‘s upcoming Amira & Sam has peaked my interest. The film stars Martin Starr as an Army vet looking to reconnect
Drafthouse Films has released a new trailer for Shion Sono‘s (Suicide Club, Cold Fish) Why Don’t You Play in Hell?, ahead of its October 31st release in the U.S. This will mark Sono’s 31st feature film, and act as a love letter
Today, Drafthouse Films announced their acquisition of Michel Gondry‘s latest, Mood Indigo, for US distribution. The film stars Audrey Tautou and Romain Duris as Chloe and Colin, two newlyweds in Paris whose relationship is tested when a strange illness causes a flower
Drafthouse Films has partnered with Cinedigm to distribute Allison Berg and Frank Keraudren’s The Dog, which documents the real life events that inspired Martin Scorsese‘s Dog Day Afternoon. The film looks at the life of John Wojtowicz, a man who attempted
The Alamo Drafthouse and Amy Poehler‘s Smart Girls have teamed up to bring special screenings of the classic film To Kill a Mockingbird to Drafthouse locations across the country this November. Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls is “a rapidly expanding online
Drafthouse Films released a new clip for I Declare War, in theaters and on VOD now, which features the entire 4 1/2 minute opening of the film. This wonderfully constructed film revolves around a group of kids playing war in the forest,
Today, Drafthouse films announced their acquisition of the North American rights to Sion Sono‘s (Suicide Club) upcoming film Why Don’t You Play in Hell? which will be released in theaters and VOD next year.
After the overthrow of the Indonesian government in 1965, the new regime declared that anyone determined to be a communist is to be executed. The executions were not carried out by the military itself but by hired guns. Typically these death squads were run by local gangsters. No one responsible for these war crimes has ever been made to answer for these atrocities that cost untold numbers of people their lives. Decades later, directors Joshua Oppenheimer and Christine Cynn commemorate this dark period in Indonesian history by focusing their cameras on the men responsible.
Just yesterday we saw the release of the I Declare Warposter, and now Drafthouse Films has released a new trailer for the film. Directed by Jason Lapeyre and Robert Wilson, I Declare War tells the story of