Olive has a superpower.
She turns to look at Zoe before Zoe sneezes.
Her other superpower is hearing impairment.
Jeffrey just wants to chase a ball.
Nothing else matters except cars driving by.
That, and a shady place to drink and rest.
Nero wants to be fed.
After that he wants to clean his teeth in your hair.
He is gato loco.
Hazel is gata loca.
Usually she spies and hides.
When she comes around it’s a treat.
They want you to know
they will be enjoying their holidays this year
and so should you.
Not that I plan to go to the Holy Grail Quote-Along—I find gratuitous Monty Python quoting annoying—but they serve beer so maybe I will go. The point is, Austin has several Alamo Drafthouse Theaters. Other cities have 30-screen art-deco theaters that set my nerves on edge and they don’t serve beer or good food like the Alamo. Oh, and the teenagers. Yeah, screw that.
Alamo Drafthouse Theaters also promote the art outside the motion picture industry with open screen nights, film-making contests, and film festivals. Signature events include food and film pairings, sing-alongs, and celebrity guests. They pair movies with insane expositions. They make their own Don’t Talk During The Movie clips all the time. How To Order clips are also frequently refreshed. You can even see TV shows like Lost and 24. Check them out on YouTube.
Hell, they had a DVD release party for Trapped in the Closet. This is what dark magic binds me to Austin.