Rooftop Cinema Club kicks off an opening week with the release of November movie lineup and new Kids Club
Opens to the public this Wednesday, Oct. 3
November adds double screenings to the lineup, twice the movies versus October!
HOUSTON (Oct. 1, 2018) – It’s almost showtime in Houston as London-based Rooftop Cinema Club’s first social outdoor cinema in Texas is set to open this Wednesday, Oct. 3, at BLVD Place in Uptown. To keep up with the growing popularity, Rooftop Cinema Club today released its November movie lineup and the addition of its first ever kid-friendly program, Rooftop Cinema Kids Club. The November lineup doubles the number of films offered in October, which is nearly sold out for the month.
Tickets for November go on sale beginning Monday, Oct. 1 at 12 p.m. CST at rooftopcinemaclub.com/houston.
“Before we’ve even opened, Houston has clearly told us they are excited about the films we’ve offered and the unique viewing experience they’ll soon enjoy,” says Gerry Cottle, owner and founder of Rooftop Cinema Club. “We wanted to respond in a big way for November with twice as many films, adding two screenings on the same night Thursdays through Saturdays, and introducing our new Kids Club program.”
November Preview (full listings below)
New for Houston, and popular at other Rooftop Cinema Club locations, is the addition of “double screenings.” Two different movies will be shown back-to-back on the same night to give fans the option for a later start time and more movies to choose from. Double screenings are scheduled in November every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, except the week of Thanksgiving.
Similar to the October lineup, fans can expect the same level of carefully curated films throughout the month that include a variety of popular themes such as: Rooftop Classics, Women in Film, Totally 80’s, Texas Forever, Musicals, and fan favorites Ryan Gosling and Tim Curry.
Throughout the month, Rooftop Cinema Club will also be celebrating anniversaries for movie classics such as Grease (40th), Beetle Juice (30th), and The Big Lebowski (20th). Check each listing online for more details.
Full November Movie Listings
- November 1 – Hocus Pocus
- November 2 – 10 Things I Hate About You
- November 2 – Mean Girls
- November 3 – Beetle Juice
- November 3 – Leon the Professional
- November 6 – Pulp Fiction
- November 7 – Raiders of the Lost Ark
- November 8 – Toy Story
- November 8 – Pretty Woman
- November 9 – The Princess Bride
- November 9 – Dirty Dancing
- November 10 – Breakfast at Tiffany’s
- November 10 – The Big Lebowski
- November 13 – Varsity Blues
- November 14 – The Big Chill
- November 15 – The Lion King
- November 15 – The Breakfast Club
- November 16 – The Greatest Showman
- November 16 – Grease
- November 17 – Mamma Mia!
- November 17 – Selena
- November 20 – Casablanca
- November 21 – Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory
- November 24 – Drive
- November 24 – The Notebook
- November 27 – Top Gun
- November 28 – Fried Green Tomatoes
- November 29 – Incredibles 2
- November 29 – Clueless
- November 30 – Clue
- November 30 – The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Kids Club takes family movie night to literally a whole new level. Every Thursday in November, parents can bring the family (ages 3+) to a family-friendly screening and enjoy
Rooftop’s ultimate viewing experience together. During the event, resident food vendor, Good Dog, will offer hot dogs and other kids menu items in addition to their full menu for adults. Tickets for Kids Club are $12 per child (ages 3-17, not recommended for kids under three) and standard prices for adults 18 and up. Start times will vary, check the website for more information.
Venue Feature: Good Dog Houston
One of the main ingredients that make up Rooftop Cinema Club’s unique viewing and social experience is its resident food vendor, Good Dog Houston. Known for their wildly
popular, handcrafted hot dogs and food, this local favorite will be a permanent fixture for
fans to enjoy on the rooftop. Good Dog will, in fact, be offering a unique menu specifically crafted for Rooftop moviegoers to include snacks, sides, a signature “Rooftop Dog” and even some non-Dog entrees. But don’t panic Good Dog fans, they will still have their classics like the Guac-A-Dog, Ol’Zapata Dog, and the Chi-Town Dog. Fans can enjoy Good Dog and Rooftop’s full bar serving up their favorite craft cocktail or drink before, and during, every movie. Fans can enjoy Good Dog and Rooftop’s full bar serving up their favorite craft cocktail or drink before, and during, every movie.
Rooftop Cinema Club is permanently located at BLVD Place above Whole Foods, intersection of Post Oak Blvd. and San Felipe in the Uptown area – 1700 Post Oak Blvd. Guests can park in the BLVD Place parking garage before heading up to the fifth floor of the garage to enter Rooftop Cinema Club.
For more information about Rooftop Cinema Club, visit rooftopcinemaclub.com/houston. You can also stay connected socially on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram:
- Twitter: @RooftopCinema
- Facebook: @RooftopCinemaClub
- Instagram: @RooftopCinemaClub
About Rooftop Cinema Club
The ultimate open-air film experience, Rooftop Film Club started as a single rooftop in
London’s Shoreditch in 2011 and has now expanded globally with four venues in the UK
and rooftops in LA, NYC, San Diego and now Houston. Sold out crowds enjoy sunset film screenings under the stars using state of the art projectors, high-quality wireless headphones, comfy deck chairs and cozy blankets, all coupled with the best food and drink on offer.
Good Dog Houston
Amalia Pferd and Daniel Caballero, the owners of Good Dog Houston, have a passion for serving exceptional, quality food. The idea for Good Dog started simply: buy it local or make it by hand. All of Good Dog’s condiments are made from scratch, hot dogs and buns are locally sourced, and everything is made to order. Enjoy signature hot dogs, salads, sides, and shakes all made from fresh, top-quality ingredients or take a seat on the dog-friendly patio with a frosty local craft beer. Originally opened in the Heights in 2013, Good Dog expanded to Montrose in 2016; both locations and the Good Dog Food Truck are available to book for events, parties, and more! www.gooddoghouston.com
BLVD Place is a mixed-use development in the Uptown area of Houston, Texas. Owned and managed by Whitestone REIT, BLVD Place is an urban destination located in the 15th largest CBD in the country, encompassing the Galleria area. Strategically positioned at the intersection of San Felipe and prestigious Post Oak Boulevard, BLVD Place is ideally located to capitalize on Uptown’s daytime working population and the affluent neighborhoods of Tanglewood, River Oaks, and others. The dynamic area has tenants including Whole Foods Market, Frost Bank, True Food Kitchen, North Italia, Regus Workspaces, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, Pinkberry, Elaine Turner, The Eye Gallery, Laura Rathe Fine Art, Sozo Sushi, The Boardroom, Façade, Rise Soufflé & Wine Bar, Sakowitz Furs, Paloma, Luxington Boutique, Bellami Hair, and Verizon Wireless.