Premiere Screening Party of All Hail The Popcorn King : Joe R Lansdale Documentary

United States, New York, New York – 08-18-2019 ( — Premiere and screening party of All Hail The Popcorn King : Joe R Lansdale Documentary

 From Bubba Ho-Tep to Hap and Leonard, and fans that have followed along throughout Joe R Lansdale’s storied career, All Hail The Popcorn King is something of a monument. 
Joe’s unique voice has spanned multiple genres and been adapted for film and TV. He has supported and collaborated with generations of writers, filmmakers and fans. 
Our film celebrates his contributions to pop culture through interviews with his many colleagues, fans and collaborators including Bruce Campbell, James Purefoy, F Paul Wilson, Joe Hill, Mick Garris, David J Schow, Chet Williamson, Nick Damici, Keith, Kasey & Karen Lansdale, Yuri Lowenthal, Brian Keene Del Howison, Don Coscarelli and Amber Benson.The screening and event will be at The Alamo Draft House, Slaughter Lane in Austin on Sunday. August 18th 1-4 pm. Joe and his family will be at the event talking with fans. Seating is limited! Use Promo AstroRegular for $10 off ticket price. Each ticket buyer will be entered into a drawing to win one of 20 copies of Joe Lansdale’s book “Cold in July” Tickets on sale now at 

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