July 2016 at the Alamo Drafthouse

| July 12, 2016

This July, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Littleton is diving straight into summer with the Kids Camp series, weekly screenings that are pick-your-price ($1 – $3) with 100% of ticket sales donated to local nonprofits and schools. The series boasts titles including The Boxtrolls, The Neverending Story, Horton Hears a Who! and Babe. Tickets are on sale now at www.drafthouse.com/denver.

In an effort to welcome guests and families living with autism or special needs, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema has developed Sensory Friendly screenings. These screenings are similar to Baby Day screenings (for parents with infants) where the lights in the theater are slightly turned up, the sound is turned down, no previews or advertisements are shown and the “no talking” policy is relaxed. Upcoming Sensory Friendly screenings include The BFG, The Secret Life of Pets, Ice Age: Collision Course.

On Monday, July 18, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema welcomes back the Demon Dog of American Literature, James Ellroy, as he presents the original Cape Fear and chats with guests after the screening in Glass Half Full. The following week, director Rachel Talalay will present her cult classic, post-apocalyptic Tank Girl in 35mm. Chef Seth Rexroad created a special three-course dinner with Ska Brewing Co. beer pairings for the event.

For tickets and show times, visit www.drafthouse.com/denver.

 

Continue reading below for more events in July.

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CEREAL PARTY

All-you-can-eat milk and cereal buffet

The BFG: 7/2

              The Secret Life of Pets: 7/9

MAXIMUM BONDAGE

Celebrating James Bond

            Octopussy: 7/3

            A View To Kill: 7/10

            The Living Daylights: 7/17

            Tomorrow Never Dies: 7/24

            The World Is Not Enough: 7/31

SENSORY SCREENING

            The BFG: 7/3

FOOD & FILM

Gourmet grub expertly paired with fantastic features

Swiss Army Man Dinner Party: 7/3

Apocalypse Now Feast: 7/5 (with cocktail pairings)

Back to the Future Part II Craft Dinner: 7/12 (beer pairings by Stone Brewing Co.)

Casino Feast: 7/19 (with cocktail pairings)

No Country For Old Men: 7/26 (cocktail pairings by Breckenridge Distillery)

Tank Girl (35mm) Craft Dinner with director Rachel Talalay: 7/29 (beer pairings by Ska Brewing Co.)

ALAMO KIDS CAMP

Great family movies for maximum fun

            The Boxtrolls: 7/4 – 7/8

            The Neverending Story: 7/11 – 7/15

            Horton Hears a Who!: 7/18 – 7/22

            Babe: 7/25 – 7/29

 

THE BEAT GOES ON

A celebration of  “Beat” Takeshi Kitano

            The Blind Swordsman: Zatoichi: 7/6

FANTASTIQUE

The best in fantasy film

            Inspiration (35mm) and Invention for Destruction: 7/7

 

VIDEO VORTEX

VHS insanity

Demon Wind: 7/13

 

KOSI 101.1 SPECTACULAR BRUNCHTACULAR

Fifteen film series with themed brunch, mimosas and shopping

            The Wedding Singer: 7/17

            Grease: 7/31

IN A LONELY PLACE

In conversation with the demon dog of American literature, James Ellroy and the King of 10,000 ODs, Walter Chaw

Cape Fear: 7/18

 

SCIENCE FRICTION

The best in sci-fi film

Moon: 7/20

 

MILE HIGH SCI-FI

The guys at Mile High Sci-Fi present LIVE comedy OVER the film

            Critters: 7/23

 

DENVER ACTORS FUND PRESENTS

Where movies and musicals meet, benefitting the Denver Actors Fund

Little Shop of Horrors: 7/25 (with live performance by Miners Alley Playhouse)

 


FANTASTIC FEST PRESENTS

A film festival with the boring parts cut out

            Kamikaze 89: 7/25

 

GRAVEYARD SHIFT

Monthly horror series of ultimate deep cuts, oddities, discoveries and more. Hosted by Alamo Drafthouse Cinema’s own Ian Patrick

            Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror: 7/27 (35mm)

 

AFTERNOON TEA

Period films served with tea (curated by Littleton’s iN-TEA) and treats

 

Emma: 7/31

GENERAL

Aspen Grove Family Film Night The Lego Movie: 7/13

PBS Kids at the Alamo Odd Squad: The Movie: 7/21, 7/28

 

NEW RELEASES OPENING THIS MONTH

              Friday, July 1

              Swiss Army Man, The BFG, The Legend of Tarzan, Raiders! The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made

              Friday, July 8

              Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, The Secret Life of Pets, Wiener-Dog

              Friday, July 15

              Ghostbusters

               Friday, July 22

               Star Trek Beyond, Lights Out, Ice Age: Collision Course

               Friday, July 29

               Bad Moms, Jason Bourne

ABOUT ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CINEMA

Alamo Drafthouse is an entertainment brand comprised of the acclaimed cinema-eatery chain, the largest genre film festival (Fantastic Fest) in the United States and a collectible art gallery (Mondo). Named “the best theater ever” by Time Magazine, the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema has built a reputation as a movie lover’s oasis not only by combining food and drink service with the movie-going experience, but also introducing unique programming and high-profile, star-studded special events.

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema will soon begin construction on a second location in Colorado to open in the Sloan’s Lake neighborhood.

More information about Alamo Drafthouse franchise opportunities are available on the official website www.drafthouse.com.

About the Author:

Every week Ryan, James, and Brad of Denver based Reel Nerds Podcast attend a new movie and then we podcast our experience to the world. We also share news, opinions and reviews of movies, comics, video games and pop culture! Turn off your cell phones and save the chatter for after the credits!
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