The Horror of Films in the 'Burbs

Those who've been waiting for an Alamo Drafthouse location to open up in the comfy Dallas-proper confines south of 635, out of fear of the northern 'burbs and their wood-paneled minivans, have missed out on quality film-geek entertainment. This weekend is a great opportunity to face your fears and have some celluloid fun at a screening of the 1941 George Waggner horror classic The Wolf Man at the Drafthouse in Richardson (100 S. Central Expressway). This brunch-friendly 1 p.m. Sunday screening is the latest in a series of horror classics, and it's perfect because it will allow viewers to get home well before dark — when Wolf Man, and minivans, are most frightening. Tickets are $8.25 at drafthouse.com/dfw.
Sun., March 15, 1 p.m., 2015
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Kelly Dearmore

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