Noirvember

5 Film Noir Movies to Watch Over Thanksgiving Holiday

In a month where cinephiles are dedicated to watching this genre, check out these five films made by people of color.

11/23/2021 By Craig D. Lindsey

ESSAY

Family Bonding Over Horror Movies

It takes a lot to scare my mom, she knows the true definition of scary.

10/27/2021 By Rolando Rodriguez

You cool, man?

Screenings of the Dazed and Confused Cast Reunion Are Coming to Houston

The coming-of-age cult comedy from the directional mind of Houstonian-born Richard Linklater will play at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema the weekend of 4/20.

04/06/2021 By Emma Schkloven

You Get What You Give

The Lesson of the River Oaks Theatre

Houstonians need to get more proactive when it comes to saving the landmarks we love—or else they'll all face the wrecking ball.

03/24/2021 By Craig Hlavaty

Falling Action

River Oaks Theatre's Fate is Playing out Like a Movie

The back and forth between landlord and operator continues.

03/17/2021 By Desiree Cantu

welcome to eado

Rooftop Cinema Club Finds Another Spot to Park Its Drive-In Theater

The new location’s bringing big “25 Days of Christmas” energy with its December movie lineup.

12/03/2020 By Catherine Wendlandt

A Moving Picture

What's up with Houston Movie Theaters?

With few blockbuster releases and scant crowds, it's hard times for some, but not all.

12/03/2020 By Craig Hlavaty

Film

Top 5 New Movies—Including a NASA Biopic—to See on Christmas Day

After presents are opened, dishes are washed and—let's face it—tempers are tested, escape to a theater near you.

12/23/2016 By Jeanne Lyons Davis

Now Screening

Indie Movie Reparation Debuts in the Bayou City

Four Houstonians helped produce this year's film festival favorite.

10/04/2016 With Mellanie Perez

Let's Go To the Movies

Swift Service and Off-The-Beaten Path Bites At Studio Movie Grill

A novel ordering system makes it easier to eat at the cinema.

09/01/2016 By Joanna O'Leary