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Apparently this was on the front page of Reddit today. I’m honored. (The GIF is from this sketch).
Now that’s what I call a STICKY SITUATION! HAHAHAHA!… I’ll leave now.
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I haven’t trusted LEGO since the first time I stepped on one.
This week on The Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show, my guest is Henri Mazza of The Alamo Drafthouse.
If the Alamo Drafthouse was just a comfortable theater that served food and beer, it would still probably be the best movie theater in the country. But the events! New York is great and there’s a lot to do here but, at least once a month, The Alamo Drafthouse makes me wish I lived in Austin. I just went to their website and it looks like in the immediate future they are screening Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure with the actress who played the Princess, Charlie & The Chocolate Factory with the actors who played Mike Teevee and Veruca Salt, and The Order of Ecstacy (the competitive Tetris documentary we talked about a few Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Shows ago) followed by an in-theater NES Tetris tournament. That’s just a small selection from what happens to be there right now! I didn’t even bring up the Studio Ghibli retrospective.
Henri is responsible for a team that brainstorms and puts on these incredible events. In this episode we discuss how they do that, Henri’s all-time favorites, the Drafthouse’s long-awaited expansion to New York and LA, this voicemail, and more. It’s honestly tempting to list everything, but then what would be the point of listening to the episode?
Okay, one more thing. The Drafthouse also makes their own amazing posters by artists like Olly Moss (I’ve included a few at the top of this post). What? Who does that!? I’ve seen Source Code and it’s not bad, but it doesn’t deserve that poster.
Obviously I’m very excited about The Alamo Drafthouse, and I think you should be too. Listen to this one.
It’s a unicone.