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Wanna See THE WOLFMAN this Monday At A Very Special AICN/FANTASTIC FEST screening at ALAMO SOUTH? Out Of Tickets! List Here!!

Hey folks, Harry here with the details on our screening of the brand new take on THE WOLFMAN!!! And there's some pretty darn cool things going on with this screening. First, we have lead producer, Scott Stuber stopping in to chat with us about THE WOLF MAN and answer any questions you may have about the film... We might have some treats for y'all - but best of all... One of the Alamo's culinary wizards has whipped up a delicious treat that will be complimentary to all attendees.
-Blackmoor skewers w/ blood sauce & lunar phase bits. (aka the Lamb Skewers w/ red sauce and english cheese) -Moon Pies (aka desert) The Silver Bullet (aka Coors Light) For killing werewolves, of course! Crack one open and take aim! Full Moon Pale Rye From the Real Ale brewing company, this tawny red colored beer is full of malt and hops, resulting in an assertive American amber ale. Blue Moon Wheat Unfiltered Belgian-style wheat ale spiced with fresh coriander and orange peel for a unique taste and smooth finish. You get the Lamb, Moon pie and choice of two beers FREE!!! want more than 2 beers? Bring some money, which you should anyway. Getting a free meal, be sure to Tip the waiters & waitresses - They're working hard to serve you!
Now when is all this happening? This Monday, February 8th, 2010 at the Alamo Drafthouse on South Lamar at 7:30pm. Now with a screening like this we want to ensure that every last seat is filled - so I'm going to pick 300 winners - although we only have 220 seats, so I recommend getting to the theater no later than 6:30pm - and remember this is first come first serve. AND in case more folks have last minute cancellations - we will have a Standby line, just in case. SO - how do you get in? Well, you can't anymore, unless you just show up and pray in the standby line. This filled up so quickly! Harry WELL - You folks certainly wanted to see this, Here's the list:
1. Harry Knowles 2. Jay Knowles 3. Dannie Knowles + 2 6. Roland Denoie 7. Marcus Owens 8. Mindy Constant 9. Gordon Jones 10. Kim Jones-Thompson 11. Brian Satterwhite 12. Glen Oliver 13. David Oliver 14. Dshanya Reese 15. Justin Withers 16. Jennifer Withers 17. Gloria Walker 18. Paul Gandersman 19. Wesley Heidenreich 20. Ricardo Garza 21. Harry Russ 22. Andrew Wallace 23. Eric Tucker 24. April Stockwell 25. Dave Stockwell 26. Marcus Rice 27. Winnie Lam 28. John Hasert 29. Alexandra Hasert 30. Enrique Juan Gomez 31. Pamela Sabreean Plum Gomez 32. John Estrada 33. Kai Ferguson 34. Rodney Perkins 35. Camille Knight 36. Angela Grace Behm 37. Brian Arnold Behm 38. Daniel Guthrie 39. JC De Leon 40. Katie Slaughter 41. Victor DePasqual + 1 43. Eric Alan Rousseau 44. Christian Rousseau 45. John Gholson 46. Peter S. Hall 47. Brian Kelley 48. Brian Leib 49. Rachel Peters 50. David Monahan 51. Justin Rightmer 52. Ryan Rightmer 53. John Turlington 54. Jayar Donlan 55. Luke Mullen 56. John Gholson 57. Antoinette Taylor-Salisbury 58. Brian Salisbury 59. Daniel Perales 60. Rhemmie Rodriguez 61. Matthew Kiernan 62. Sam Eidson 63. Matt Moore 64. Valli Irvine 65. Tony Brownlow 66. Aaron Domenicali 67. Brian Lestico 68. Yoshimasa Hanamura 69. Nicholas Black 70. Sean Massengale 71. Ian Arp 72. Kathy Panaszek 73. Daryl Faught 74. Joe Faught 75. Angelique Ibrahim 76. Melissa Mosley 77. Damon Dolezal 78. Laura Krumm 79. Gary Woodcock 80. Elizabeth Woodcock 81. Alan Dunkin 82. Jill Johnstone 83. Matthew Melton 84. Kumiko Melton 85. Don Swaynos 86. Jessica Hudson 87. Michael Hudson 88. John Maxim 89. Tim Priscak 90. Brent Lyles 91. Sophia Edwards 92. Mark Martin 93. Rebecca Elliott 94. Fitz Meshbane 95. George Warren 96. Sarah Thomas 97. Q Manning 98. Lesley Sullivan 99. Jason Hutchins 100. Scott Parnell 101. Joe Rodriguez 102. Jessica Maxim 103. Justin Stevens 104. Angela Maldonado 105. Chistopher Cargill 106. Jess Cargill 107. Leo Ramirez, Jr. 108. Heath Taylor 109. Aron Johnson 110. Michael Saulters 111. Joseph McCoy 112. Vincent Jacot 113. Amanda Birnbaum 114. Dominic Mondragon 115. Traci Mondragon 116. Keith Howell 117. Toni Howell 118. Becky Osmon 119. John Osmon 120. John Whelan 121. Beaty Wilson 122. Nathan Strange 123. Brandon Strange 124. Adam Charles 125. Victoria Sanchez 126. Laura Andrew 127. Brad Lambert 128. Peter Hall 129. Christine Hall 130. Austin Sanders 131. Joseph Torrez 132. Eric Bowen 133. Calvin Esquivel 134. Michael Cody McPhail 135. Joel Craig Welch 136. Brett Leipziger 137. Chris Kim 138. Jessica Hudson 139. Michael Hudson 140. Noah Lee 141. Jennifer Palmer-Lee 142. Maddison Sacks 143. Luke Mullen 144. Javier E Trujillo 145. Tony Wenzel 146. Ryan Fitzgibbons 147. Annie Wells 148. Lisa M Mejia 149. Anthony Hernandez 150. Valerie Hernandez 151. Geoff Yetter 152. Becca Hill 153. Ken Yost 154. Matt Johnson 155. Estela Johnson 156. Sean Jackson 157. Phillip Kennedy 158. Barbara Kennedy 159. Caleb Rodriguez 160. Ashty Karim 161. Jeremy Decker 162. Chris Eggert 163. Christopher Palmer 164. Carolee Mitchell 165. Chris Todd 166. Patrick Palmer 167. John Merriman 168. Jenn Gardner 169. Jonathan Torrez 170. Laura Reina 171. Lorraine Kreidel-Cortez 172. Noelle Noble 173. Carlos Sanchez, Jr. 174. James Froeschle 175. Nate Locklear 176. Russell Lingo 177. Nancy Semin 178. Nathan Locklear 179. James Froeschle 180. Carlos Lopez de Victoria 181. Jay Holzer 182. Ashley Holzer 183. Drew Lyon 184. Will Morgan 185. Eddie Strait 186. Cathy Shuck 187. Landon Palmer 188. Ashley Miller 189. Austin Green 190. Lindsay Warner 191. Dustin Svehlak 192. Jenifer Svehlak 193. Brandon Ferrall 194. Amanda Esquibel 195. Michael Elings 196. Mark Hammond 197. Laura Torres 198. Brad Lambert 199. Laura Android 200. Mike Azzato 201. Sandra Foy Azzato 202. William Bate 203. Candice Kumagai 204. Philip Evans 205. Jack Davis 206. Chris Castleberry 207. James Thornton 208. Gary Miller 209. Tara Miller 210. Calli Bertschy 211. Amy Delahoussaye 212. Robbie Carter 213. David Buckstein 214. Rebeka Lien 215. Jessica Sloan 216. Ke'Tryk Manor 217. David Mitchell 218. Shane Lewis 219. Amanda Rotella 220. Matt Popp 221. Jared Price 222. Randy Whitten 223. Joanna Tschetter 224. Ryan Powell 225. Chris Fields 226. Stephen Zafros 227. Kristy Schisler 228. JJ Weber 229. Domenique Bellavia 230. Diana De La Torre 231. Daisy De La Torre 232. Lee Van Wallene 233. Jeff Amador 234. Ian Moede 235. Robert Brett Alexander 236. Anne George 237. Steffon Manor 238. Jeraine Manor 239. Eric Mantz 240. Katie Slaughter 241. Jason Smith 242. Jamie Cheeley 243. Ian Prikryl 244. Dan Shuford 245. Megan Hagins 246. Emily Hagins 247. Ryan Hunts 248. Troy Hunts 249. Russell William O'Henly 250. Emily Carol Miller 251. Brantley Boyett 252. Sarah Weldon 253. David Gray 254. Tiffany Pierce 255. Chriss Torres 256. Dan Harfman 257. Sean Horton 258. Rose Ann Rinkevich 259. Eric Budd 260. Brit Borek 261. Ashley Woodall 262. Maxim Pozderac 263. Kendel Houts 264. Greg Varner 265. Chris Duncan 266. Tony Crissman 267. Mat Garland 268. Alexandra Jimenez 269. Marcos Varela 270. Brandon Galvan 271. Jennifer Robledo 272. Heather Calkins 273. Steve Calkins 274. Pat McCambridge 275. Lydia Doty 276. Joe Azzato 277. Tess Azzato 278. Justin Smith 279. Brittani M Smith 280. Alonzo Sanchez 281. Jake Ballesteros + 1 283. David Stewart 284. Paul Hoffman 285. Lauren Tucker 286. Gillian Shewaga! 287. Kristopher Mackey 288. Tisha Mackey 289. Jarrette Moats 290. William Gorski 291. Patrick Ritzel 292. Eric Vespe 293. Aaron Morgan 294. Kaela Morgan 295. Brandon Edwards 296. Justin Kovar 297. Rod Trevino 298. Josh Trevino 299. Kevin Gerken 300. Amanda Mead
Remember to get there way early to ensure a seat. Given how quickly people submitted, I'm betting we'll have very few drop-outs! If you didn't get in, give the Standby line a try - you never know, you might get lucky. Harry

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  • Feb. 4, 2010, 4:36 p.m. CST


    by wes

    Let me have finally gotten in!

  • Feb. 4, 2010, 4:41 p.m. CST

    I'd love to see this. I'd also love to see a DVD column.

    by SoylentMean

    Do it for the children Harry!

  • Feb. 4, 2010, 4:42 p.m. CST

    Hope Me and the Misses Made It In!

    by ronaldtheshort

    I really can't wait to see this movie. <p>Also, I love those fucking moon pies. Had one when I went to see DR. PARNASSUS last week. Delicious.

  • Feb. 4, 2010, 4:58 p.m. CST

    What's in a moon pie?

    by wes

  • Feb. 4, 2010, 5:28 p.m. CST

    "Full Moon Pale Rye" isn't Blue Moon

    by Rearden

    It's an actual beer from Real Ale in Blanco: Real Ale Full Moon Pale Rye Ale. One of my favorites on the menu.

  • Feb. 4, 2010, 5:30 p.m. CST


    by ronaldtheshort

    It's like traditional Moon Pies, but more delicious. It's a chocolate cake with marshmallow/vanilla cream filling. Lemon and raspberry garnishing top it off. In fact, I'm having another tonight when I see MY SON MY SON WHAT HAVE YE DONE?

  • Feb. 4, 2010, 5:41 p.m. CST

    i loves me some free

    by Chippy Fon Toast

    hope I get in to this one!

  • Feb. 4, 2010, 5:57 p.m. CST


    by wes

    Thanks, that sounds phenomenal!!

  • Feb. 4, 2010, 6:39 p.m. CST

    Are you kidding me?!

    by ronaldtheshort

    I sent my name in as soon as this thing was posted. How did I not get in?!

  • Feb. 4, 2010, 8:01 p.m. CST


    by wackybantha

    You Knowleseseseseses family members sure are good at these contests. Especially Harry. I think he wins just about every time. What's your secret, Big Red? Heehee Hoohoo!!!

  • Feb. 4, 2010, 8:32 p.m. CST


    by delatao

    made it!!! yeaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!

  • Feb. 4, 2010, 9:27 p.m. CST

    BOYCOTT FANBOYWEB.COM !!!!!!!!!!!!

    by revengofthega


  • Feb. 4, 2010, 10:48 p.m. CST


    by TehCreepyThinMan

    I'm a lifelong Horror fan and I can't be bothered to see this problem plagued, uninspired wank. You know, Joe Johnston isn't a bad Director, it's just that there's no spark to his work and the idea of him making a large scale Gothic Horror movie just doesn't do anything for me. If this movie was going to be loaded with ultraviolence and graphic sex then I'd already have my ticket but I suspect that it will be pretty tame. Not to mention that they fucked over Rick Baker which also puts this movie on my shitlist.

  • Feb. 4, 2010, 10:54 p.m. CST


    by Koyaanisqatsi

    I bet there'll be more than just a few. At the Drag Me to Hell screening over the summer he way overbooked and the theater was barely half full. I encourage folks to step into the standby line.

  • Feb. 4, 2010, 11:54 p.m. CST

    I hate all of these people on the list!

    by RedEgiraahgnal

    Wanna see the movie NOW :'(

  • Feb. 5, 2010, 1:18 a.m. CST

    Totally agree with...

    by billyhitchcock1

    ...TehCreepyThinMan. they should have stopped making gothic horror films at the end of the 70's.

  • Feb. 5, 2010, 7:01 a.m. CST

    Fantastic Fest?

    by Xionsmith

    Why don't these AICN/Fantastic Fest things get posted on the Fantastic Fest facebook or FF blog?

  • Feb. 5, 2010, 8:15 a.m. CST



    There was a delay with final info that necessitated posting in case it was slow to fill up, but that wasn't a problem this time. It filled up extraordinarily quickly.

  • Feb. 5, 2010, 11 p.m. CST


    by TehCreepyThinMan

    I actually love Gothic Horror, Bram Stokers Dracula and Interview with the Vampire being two very good examples, but The Wolfman needed a Director who has proven himself to be good at period Horror. My first two choice's would have been Tom Tykwer (Perfume : The Story of a Murderer) or Christophe Gans (Silent Hill).

  • Feb. 8, 2010, 2:32 p.m. CST

    Is no one concerned that there have been no reviews?

    by MonkeyManReturns

    No reviews at all!!! Not one! Is that not a bad sign for a movie coming out in a few days??

  • Feb. 8, 2010, 2:48 p.m. CST

    You need a finished print for reviews

    by HarryBlackPotter

    and Knowles is one of the very first - lucky basterd!. Have big hopes for this.

  • Feb. 8, 2010, 8:52 p.m. CST


    by delatao

    I'd like to take my woohoo from earlier back. I made the "list" and did exactly as Harry said and showed up an hour early(as i've done for every free screening Harry has been kind enough to let me attend). When i arrived the very kind staff at the Alamo informed us that the seating was full but we could sit in a standby line and that we would most likely be seated. There was a girl there who was absolutely furious. Apparently she was listed fairly early in the numbered list above. After about a minute or two of sitting there some studio guy (i'm assuming because he definitely didn't work for the drafthouse)informed us that there would be NO other seats as the rest were for "VIPs who are still milling about" and then offered us a coupons to see the movie tomorrow at the Galaxy (!?!). Gotta say i was incredibly disappointed. My roommate is incredibly pissed as he took a day off of work to see this. I know bitching about a free ticket doesnt rank that high on the getting screwed over scale but still it was kinda lame. I suppose Harry did say "first come first serve" but i took it to mean the usual get-yr-email-in-now way, not get here 3 hours before the movie starts. Kinda lame

  • Feb. 8, 2010, 10:32 p.m. CST


    by antonphd

    sorry to hear you couldn't get in. that sucks. would have been a great one to get in to see with that kind of crowd.

  • Feb. 9, 2010, 1:39 a.m. CST


    by delatao

    yea it sucks but mostly im just confused as to why it was so different from all the other events harry's put on. that and totally bummed i didn't get to the movie.

  • Feb. 9, 2010, 9:06 a.m. CST

    Any opinions?

    by Desk of Steel


  • Feb. 9, 2010, 10:27 p.m. CST

    weak reaction at the screening

    by Chippy Fon Toast

    no one was very enthusiastic...the post-screening was very awkward. i doubt harry will review this film because he won't want to shit on it after being given a set visit, this special screening, etc. maybe he found something redeeming in there somewhere, though...time will tell.

  • Feb. 10, 2010, 5:40 a.m. CST


    by reflecto


  • Feb. 10, 2010, 10:37 a.m. CST


    by Darth Scourge

    Saw it this afternoon at an advance screening at Cineworld (UK). It's actually good. The Wolf Man (1941) is one of my all time favourite pictures, so I was very relieved that this remake turned out to be okay, and that it's generally respectful of its illustrious predecessor. It's well acted, well paced, and wonderfully gory. Got an effective brooding, gothic tone throughout, too. And of course, Rick Baker's makeup design is amazing. One of the few decent remakes that the film studios have been churning out lately.

  • Feb. 10, 2010, 10:45 a.m. CST

    More reviews please.

    by Mr Gorilla


  • Feb. 10, 2010, 4:32 p.m. CST

    Thanks Universal

    by reni

    It was shit.

  • Feb. 10, 2010, 9:51 p.m. CST

    Was actually pretty good

    by rainbowtrout1265

    the movie is literally stitched together and you can tell it's been edited and re-edited and re-re-edited, but it looks great and has a real old-fashioned Universal or Hammer films vibe to it. With all the problems, I'm amazed it ended up this good.

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