Austin: Our Black Friday Deal is Free Tickets to ‘A Very Green & Lynch Christmas’ at the Alamo Drafthouse

Adam Green and Joe Lynch

Right now you might be standing in line at your favorite retailer trying to beat throngs of other people to the deals that only come around once a year. You may also be one of those non-conformist anti-consumerists who are sitting on your couch, secretly participating in Black Friday sales on the web. Either way, we know one thing: you’re a person of taste, because somehow you ended up here. And if you are one of our neighbors in Austin, TX, you’re about to be glad you did, as we’ve got a sweet little giveaway for you. 

This coming Monday, November 29, writer/directors Adam Green (Hatchet, Frozen) and Joe Lynch (Wrong Turn 2, the upcoming awesome-o-rama Knights of Badassdom) will be taking over the Alamo Ritz theater for what they are calling A Very Green & Lynch Christmas, a relentless showing of horror shorts from the upcoming DVD release Chillerama (on Blu-ray and DVD 11/29), never before seen footage from various projects and even an exclusive clip from Knights of Badassdom. They will also be handing out a ton of gifts, getting you drunk and donating proceeds to the American Legion Hall in Austin. We’re also told that high fives will be involved and an auction for a date with film critic Scott Weinberg will be involved. There will truly be something for everyone.

To help make sure that proper film fans are in attendance, the Drafthouse has provided us with a pair of tickets to give away to one of our very lucky Austin readers. All we need from you is to complete the following task: jump into the comments area below and tell us what film you’d choose to play if Joe and Adam decided to let you pick a movie to run on Monday night.

The most inspired choice will be randomly chosen by our 80s robot intern and will earn you a pair of tickets, on us. For more information about the event, head over to the Alamo Drafthouse blog. If you don’t want to try and win tickets, you can also buy them at

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet. As of yet, no one has stopped him.

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