To the rest of the country, the Texas Theatre will always be associated with Lee Harvey Oswald, but for most folks in Dallas, the theater, located in the heart of Oak Cliff, surrounded by coffee shops, restaurants and bars, is considered a staple for nights of good drinks, music and film. Following its grand re-opening in 2010, the theater offers the best bang-for-your-buck programming in town. Regularly pairing rare film screenings with local and touring acts, the Texas Theatre has created legendary evenings such as the 1977 horror film "Suspiria" with Italian progressive rock band Goblin or '80s horror flick "The Beyond" with film-score composer Fabio Frizzi performing a composer's cut, with local band Pinkish Black serving as the opening act. The 87-year-old theater plays not just obscure foreign films but modern blockbusters like "Star Wars." With unique programming, a full bar and special guests in film and music, Texas Theatre is where you go when cookie-cutter movie theaters won't cut it.