If you live in Austin, as several of us Cinematical writers do, then you are joyously familiar with the Alamo Drafthouse. If you live anywhere else, then you've probably at least heard of the Drafthouse and its glorious love of movies and anti-megaplex mentality: no ads before movies, no TVs pumping ads in the lobby, an actual, restaurant-quality food menu. Well, now those who don't live near a Drafthouse will have a chance to experience their particular style of movie heaven for themselves. Kind of.

In addition to running a few excellent theaters in Austin, the Drafthouse also operates the Rolling Roadshow, which is exactly what it sounds like: movies on the road. They've done a ton of great screenings in the past (The Goonies in Astoria, OR, Close Encounters of the Third Kind at Devil's Tower, WY, The Shining at the Stanley Hotel, Escape From Alcatraz on Alcatraz just to name a few) and this year looks to only add to the "Damn, I wish I could have seen that there" list. Check out the line-up, amazing custom posters for each film and a trailer for the whole shebang below.

Oh, and I did I mention that each of these screenings, under this year's "We Are All Workers," Levis-sponsored theme, will be completely free? Yep, the Drafthouse is just that awesome.
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