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This Week’s Special Screenings

The Wolf ManThe Alamo Drafthouse’s month-long Universal Monsters series continues with a screening of a restored 3-D print of The Wolf Man (1941) starring Lon Chaney Jr., 4pm, October 6, at the theater. Details

House of 1000 CorpsesThe Alamo Drafthouse presents Rob Zombie’s splatterfest House of 1,000 Corpses (2003), 7pm, October 8, at the theater. Details

The Godfather Part 2The Magnolia’s Big Movie film series returns with a screening of the Academy Award-winning sequel The Godfather: Part II (1974), 7:30pm, October 8, at the theater. Details

The Lady Vanishes RopeThe Angelika Film Centers resume their annual Hitchcocktober film series on October 10 with screenings of Rope (1948) at 7pm at the Angelika Plano, and The Lady Vanishes (1938) at 8pm at the Angelika Dallas. Details

Southern Baptist SissiesQCinema launches its 15th Annual Gay & Lesbian International Film Festival with a screening of Del Shores’ comedy Southern Baptist Sissies (2013), 8pm October 10, at the Rose Marine Theater. Details

GhostbustersThe Alamo Drafthouse presents a quote-along screening of Ghostbusters (1984), 7pm and 8:20pm, October 9, at the theater. Details

Escape from New YorkThe Texas Theatre presents a 35mm print of John Carpenter’s Escape from New York (1981), 9pm October 10 and 7pm October 13, at the theater. Details

A NIghtmare on Elm StreetThe Inwood Theatre’s Midnight Madness feature for this week is Wes Craven’s influential slasher film A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), October 10 and 11, at the theater. Details

Cabinet of Dr CaligariThe Texas Theatre presents a 35mm print of Robert Wiene’s classic German expressionist silent-era horror drama The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920) with a live score by Two-Star Orchestra, 8:30pm October 12, at the theater. Details

Bonnie and ClydeCinemark Theaters and Paramount Studios’ Reel Classics series continues with a digitally restored print of Arthur Penn’s seminal Bonnie and Clyde (1967), 2pm October 13 and 2pm and 7pm October 16, at select Cinemark theaters. Details

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Professional film critic, journalist, Byronic hero.

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