Comedy Hypnotist: Gary Conrad

*upstairs – out of the box*
7PM & 9:30PM

Due to mature content these shows are 18+


Doors, bar, and kitchen open at 6pm
$8 in advance, $10 at the door

One of the most skilled & experienced comedy hypnotists, Gary Conrad consistently amazes audiences all over the US with his hilarious shows. He has performed in 49 states and 9 other countries for the last 25 years. He’s been featured on a number of television and radio shows, and shared the stage with the likes of Tony Bennett, Cher, Barbara Walters, Lenny Kravitz, Ron White, Bill Engvall, and even the late, great, Tiny Tim!

Doors, bar, and kitchen open at 9pm
$8 in advance, $10 at the door

Likened to an “erotic spring-break burlesque-style show,” comedy-hypnotist Gary Conrad’s R-rated offering promises to titillate participants and spectators with unusual scenarios based on the hit TV show Pants-Off, Dance-Off, Broadway’s The Vagina Monologues, a visit with Dr. Ruth, a Tupperware party for adult toys, and more!

Halloween (1978) at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema

In 1978, legendary NEW YORKER film critic Pauline Kael reviewed John Carpenter’s HALLOWEEN. She had this to say:

“HALLOWEEN has a pitiful, amateurish script (by Carpenter and his producer, Debra Hill). An escaped lunatic wielding a kitchen knife stalks people in a small Midwestern town (Haddonfield, Illinois), and that’s about it. Maybe when a horror film is stripped of everything but dumb scariness — when it isn’t ashamed to revive the stalest device of the genre (the escaped lunatic) — it satisfies part of the audience in a more basic, childish way than sophisticated horror pictures do.”

Kael was right. But the elements that she hated over thirty years ago are the very same elements that we love today.

HALLOWEEN might be dumb, but it’s an idiot-proof prototype for an entire genre. To this day, nothing encapsulates the special feeling of darkness, mood, and total terror quite like the ominous mask of Michael Myers. From Dean Cundey’s flowing, blue-hued photography to Carpenter’s minimalist score, nothing in this movie is misplaced. It’s simple, focused, and always one step ahead of the audience.

There’s no shame in admitting that it’s fun to wallow in fun. Just as Buster Keaton’s THE GENERAL changed the landscape of comedy and DIE HARD changed the landscape of action, HALLOWEEN changed the landscape of horror. When you watch this movie, everything is right in the world. Especially in October.

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Comedy Murder Mystery: Halloween Whodunit

Be afraid. Be very afraid. Die Laughing Productions is back and ready to scare up some laughs with Halloween Whodunit. You’re on the set of a horror movie titled: The Friday the 13th After Next. Things take a horrific turn and the movie set becomes a crime scene. Lights, camera, Murder! You will see dead people.

Halloween Whodunit stars 98 Rock’s Justin Schlegel as well as Bright Box favorites, Rob Maher, Erik Woodworth, Tommy Sinbazo and most importantly, you the audience. This is an interactive spooky spectacular. One of you might even be the killer. Showing up dressed as your favorite ghoul or goblin is encouraged as are tricks and treats.

Eat. Drink. Laugh. Solve a Murder. See you October 12. Two Shows, 7pm and 9:30pm. Due to the mature content, this show is 18+.

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