The Films of Alex Cox

A rebel at heart, Cox's films remain a prominent offspring of the grunge scene that tend to have a heartbeat of rock & roll pulsing through each one. His characters and films are foundational pieces in reflecting the punk aesthetic and attitude on the silver screen. The in-your-face style and quality to his films, paired with his interest in Westerns and punk music of the time, ultimately birthed a voice that was built for a cult following.


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Highway Patrolman

Against his father’s wishes a naïve kid from Mexico City joins the Federal Highway Patrol. His simple desire to do good rapidly comes into conflict with the reality of police work in a lonely rural environment populated by poor farmers, rich drug dealers, beautiful women—and his father’s ghost.


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Straight to Hell

In this director’s cut of the 1987 cult classic from Alex Cox, four hapless bank robbers bury their loot and attempt to hide out in a deserted desert town, but very soon find out that the town is not really deserted.


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Alex Cox Double Feature

This special program put together in partnership with the Texas Theatre features two cult classics, HIGHWAY PATROLMAN, and STRAIGHT TO HELL, from Repo Man director Alex Cox followed by a 20-minute interview with the man himself!


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