Mondo Mystery Movie: Part Two (Onsale Info)

The Alamo Drafthouse will release tickets for the second Mondo Mystery Movie today. Obviously, not much can be said, everything is shrouded in secrecy. The poster price will be worked into the ticket, the show takes place on August 31st, and the tickets go up today (Tuesday, August 2nd) around 12pm Central Time. Hear the rundown here, then make your purchase here.

20 Responses to “Mondo Mystery Movie: Part Two (Onsale Info)”

  1. No guess thread on here as to what it will be?
    Aliens???

  2. Frankenstein???

  3. Never Say Never.

  4. Go!

  5. never mind, $75 a ticket

  6. Was interested. But no way am I going to spend $75 per ticket, just to wind up with a LW2 print..

  7. it said on his tweet the movie is blues brothers 2000. yike!!! pass on that

  8. That was a joke stickgirl :P

  9. Its not Blues Brothers 2000, hope I can get a refund

  10. The running time of the mystery movie is 134 minutes. Possible candidates include Return of the Jedi, Princess Mononoke, Brokeback Mountain, The Producers, The Wild Bunch, The Hunt for Red October, Never Say Never Again, Lost Highway, Windtalkers, Invictus, Che: Part One, Miami Vice, The Remains of the Day, First Knight, Fame, Les Miserables, Sphere, The Hustler, The Natural, Pollyanna, The Apostle, Year of the Dragon, The Lion in Winter, King Kong ’76, On the Beach, Sergeant York and Mrs. Miniver.

  11. Well, then it just has to be Pollyanna. No doubt.

  12. Norwegian Wood remake by Tran Anh Hung?

    Jonny Greenwood (Radiohead) did the soundtrack and there is a huge explosion in it

    134 minutes exactly.

  13. In Cold Blood would be another guess…explosion of violence

  14. Is it the movie “THe Room”?

    Google it.

    And you’re welcome

    :)

  15. 75 bucks?!?! There needs to be a revolt against McMondo. Love the stuff but really 75 bucks?

  16. Ok so show is over what movie was it? pics?

  17. Legion, you’ll have to wait until the 31st..

  18. @Steven

    I’m pretty sure the $75 includes a poster print for the movie

  19. I can’t believe it sold out in like 4 minutes. Have the flippers figured out a way to debo the MMM as well? The ability to buy 10 tickets must be a flippers wet dream. They can buy the tix, give them to friends and have 10 prints to post on ebay, while they are not paying attention to the movie.

  20. Well, if you have the Akira prints hitting $1K, then the return on buying tickets is amazing. Can not blame one for trying in this economy. And, if one is willing to pay for the item…then let it be. If I knew the return price of the MMM print, I would purchase some tickets, fly from Baltimore, spend a day in Austin, sell my extra tickets for a fee, see a movie, pick up a poster, fly home, and then resell the poster and hope I make the money back, plus some extra. But, I do not have the time to do that.

Leave a Reply