Usually, the annual Austin360 summer movie preview consists of a quick look at 40 or so new movies coming to theaters near you — mostly blockbusters and summer popcorn fare, with maybe a few indies in there for good measure.

This year, we decided to do something a little bit different. Instead of discussing movies that will be, more or less, everywhere this summer, here instead is a guide to special screenings and movie experiences that will be only in Austin this summer.

From exclusive AFS Cinema screenings to the Paramount Summer Classic Film Series to that which is weird and wild at various Alamo Drafthouses (I always want to call them Alamos Drafthouse), here is a really long list of what you can find in one of the best cities in the world to be a movie fan.

Disclaimer: This probably isn't everything, but it's many, many things. Check the theaters' websites for ticket information.

JUNE 7

Master Pancake: “Pulp Fiction." The Master Pancake dudes, who lampoon movies live while you sit back and watch, take aim at the movie that made Quentin Tarantino a household name. May they never lose their Austin privileges. (7 and 10 p.m. Alamo Ritz; also June 8)

June 8

"'Jaws' on the Water." (6 p.m., Volente Beach Resort and Waterpark, also June 22 and 29, July 13, 20 and 27, Aug 3, 10 and 17). The Alamo Drafthouse's signature Rolling Roadshow event returns. Experience "Jaws" while floating in the water. Some people declare "hard pass" and leave the state.

JUNE 9

Cherry Bomb: “Smithereens." The Cherry Bomb series celebrates badass women in film. Susan Seidelman’s underground classic stars Susan Berman as a gal who heads to New York to engage with early punk rock. Hell shows up. (6:30 p.m., Alamo South Lamar)

“Double Impact.” Director Sheldon Lettich will be there as we remember that time Jean Claude Van Damme played twins. (7:10 p.m., Alamo Ritz)

“Dance Hall Days." Erik McCowan’s doc on Texas dance halls. (4:30 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“Top Gun” Movie Party. (4 p.m., Alamo Lakeline; also 7 p.m. June 11)

JUNE 10

Kids Camp: “The Lorax.” (10 a.m., Alamo Lakeline, also June 11-14)

“The Abyss” Director’s Cut. (6:30 p.m., Alamo Ritz; also 6:30 p.m. June 11-12)

“Under the Skin.” (10:25 p.m., Alamo Ritz). Scarlett Johansson stars as a lady who fell to Earth. An arty blast. Terrific, industrial score.

JUNE 11

Terror Tuesday: “Single White Female.” (9:30 p.m. Alamo South Lamar)

“Arrival.” (10:25 p.m., Alamo Ritz, also June 12)

“Rolling Thunder Revue.” Martin Scorsese’s doc about Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder tour. Expect a lot of floppy renditions of Dylan classics. And Joan Baez. (7:30 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.” Jimmy Stewart as Jimmy Stewart, legislator. (7:30 p.m., Stateside)

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JUNE 12

Weird Wednesday: “Southland Tales.” Weird Wednesday is the Drafthouse’s all-things-weird series. Richard Kelly’s bat-guano insane sci-fi film has to be seen to be believed. Where else can you see Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Justin Timberlake, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Sean William Scott all at once? (9 p.m., Alamo South Lamar)

“Stagecoach.” Still a must-watch Western. (7 p.m., Paramount; also showing at Alamo Drafthouse Lakeline on June 16)

“Only Angels Have Wings.” (8:55 p.m., Paramount)

JUNE 13

“House of Hummingbird.” Strong 2018 debut from first-time director Kim Bo-ra explores being a young woman growing up in early '90s South Korea. (7:30 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“Ninotchka.” 80th anniversary of this, and ... (7 p.m., Paramount)

“Destry Rides Again.” ... also this one. (9:05 p.m., Paramount)

JUNE 14

“Seadrift.” This and "Jaddoland" (see below) are part of the Austin Asian American Film Festival, which is June 13-16. (6 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“Jaddoland.” (8:20 p.m., AFS Cinema).

JUNE 15

Kids Camp: “Trolls.” (10 a.m., Alamo Lakeline, also June 16-19)

Star Trek Triple Feature. The second, third and fourth "Star Trek" films, aka the really good ones ("The Wrath of Khan," "The Search for Spock" and "The Voyage Home"). (12:30 p.m., Alamo Ritz)

Afternoon Tea: “Somewhere in Time.” Part of Drafthouse's series of period films with tea and treats. (4 p.m., Alamo Lakeline)

“Chinese Portrait.” Part of the Austin Asian American Film Festival, as are the next three films on the list. (12:40 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“American Hasi.” (2:45 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“Empty By Design.” (5:30 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“Girls Always Happy.” (8:45 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“The 400 Blows.” (3 p.m., Stateside)

“Rushmore.” (4:55 p.m., Stateside)

JUNE 16

“Stagecoach.” Special Father's Day screening. (1 p.m., Alamo Lakeline; 2:30 p.m., Slaughter)

Brunch with the "Boys": “The Birdcage.” Drag queens host the Brunch with the "Boys" series of gay cult classics, like this Robin Williams/Nathan Lane movie. Man, this thing holds up. (Uh, no pun ... nevermind.) (12:30 p.m., Alamo Ritz)

“Key Largo.” (7 p.m., Alamo South Lamar)

“Alien3.” The one David Fincher directed. (6:45 p.m., Alamo Ritz)

“Alien: Resurrection.” The one Joss Whedon wrote. (9:45 p.m., Alamo Ritz)

“Geographies of Kinship.” This and the next three are part of the Austin Asian American Film Festival. (12:40 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“Omotenashi.” (3 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“Soni.” (5:40 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“The Third Wife.” (8:15 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“Be Here to Love Me: A Film About Townes Van Zandt.” (4 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“The Iron Giant.” (1 p.m., Paramount)

“Dr. No.” Part of a James Bond double feature, with ... (3 p.m., Paramount)

“On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.” (5 p.m., Paramount)

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JUNE 18

Terror Tuesday: “Ghoulies.” Terror Tuesday is the Alamo’s long-running horror series. (9:30 p.m., Alamo South Lamar).

“Brewster McCloud.” The start of poolside screenings at the Line Hotel! Enjoy the 1970s. (6 p.m., The Line)

“Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.” (7 p.m., Paramount) 1969 is back! Here and below!

“Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice.” (9:10 p.m., Paramount)

JUNE 19

Austin Sound and Cinema: “The Goonies.” Movies at the Long Center lawn! Start with this 1980s teen adventure classic. (6 p.m., Long Center; also July 7 at Paramount)

Weird Wednesday: “Rubin and Ed.” (9:30 p.m., Alamo South Lamar)

AGLIFF presents “Before Stonewall.” Austin's queer film festival presents a special screening perfect for Pride Month. (7:30 p.m., Alamo South Lamar)

“Ghost in the Shell.” The gorgeous 1995 anime. (8:30 p.m., AFS Cinema; also June 22 and 24)

“True Grit.” The 1969 original. (7 p.m., Paramount)

“Midnight Cowboy.” (9:25 p.m., Paramount)

JUNE 20

Movies in the Park: "Angels in the Outfield" (8:45 p.m., Parque Zaragoza Neighborhood Park). The Austin Parks Department's annual series. Look for movies in parks all over town.

“Galaxy Quest.” The best "Star Trek" movie that's not a "Star Trek" movie of all time. (7 and 10 p.m., Alamo Ritz)

“Ruff Life.” A work-in-progress documentary on homeless dogs in Houston and Detroit. (7 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“1900 Pt. 1.” Bertolucci’s masterpiece? Perhaps. (7 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“A New Leaf.” Directed by Elaine May, as is ... (7 p.m., Paramount)

“Mikey and Nicky.” (9 p.m., Paramount) 

JUNE 21

“The Killers.” (7 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“Der Fan.” Sordid teen angst and pop fanaticism from 1982 West Germany. (9:30 p.m., AFS Cinema; also June 22, 23) 

“Losing Ground.” One of the very first fictional features by an African American woman. (7 p.m., Stateside)

“To Sleep with Anger.” (8:45 p.m., Stateside)

JUNE 22

“Alienspoitation Marathon.” (Noon, Alamo Ritz)

“Queen of Diamonds.” (5 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“The Secret Garden.” (1 p.m., Stateside)

“Four Weddings and a Funeral.” Hey, it’s two with Hugh Grant! Along with ... (3:10 p.m., Stateside)

“Notting Hill.” (5:20 p.m., Stateside)

JUNE 23

“Battle Beyond the Stars.” An all-time great "Star Wars"-ploitation junker. (7 p.m., Alamo Ritz)

“Place Publique.” (1 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“The Killers.” (4 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“Jaws.” (2 p.m., Paramount)

“Jurassic Park." (4:20 p.m., Paramount)

JUNE 24

Kids Camp: “The Lorax.” (10 a.m., Alamo Mueller; also June 25-27)

Kids Camp: “Paddington 2.” (10 a.m., Alamo Lakeline; also June 25-27)

“Alien: Covenant.” (7 p.m., Alamo Ritz; also June 26)

“The Room” Movie Party. If you’ve never seen it, you really should. (10 p.m., Alamo Ritz)

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JUNE 25

Terror Tuesday: “Crystal Eyes.” (9 p.m., Alamo South Lamar)

Champagne Cinema: “She’s The Man” Movie Party. Part of Drafthouse's series of films that make your heart fizzy. (7 p.m., Alamo Ritz)

“Prometheus.” (10 p.m., Alamo Ritz; also June 26)

“Antonio Gaudi.” (7 p.m., AFS Cinema; also June 29)

“Queen of Diamonds.” (8:30 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“Young Frankenstein.” (7 p.m., Paramount)

“Shaun of the Dead.” (9:05 p.m., Paramount)

JUNE 26

Weird Wednesday: “Black Caesar.” A blaxploitation classic. (9 p.m., Alamo South Lamar)

“This is Spinal Tap!” (7 p.m., Paramount)

“Waiting for Guffman.” (8:40 p.m., Paramount)

JUNE 27

“A Hard Day’s Night” Movie Party. (7 p.m., Alamo Ritz; also at Alamo Lakeline on June 30)

“1900 Pt. 2.” (7 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“Monty Python and the Holy Grail.” (7 p.m., Stateside)

“Clue.” (8:50 p.m., Stateside)

JUNE 28

Kids Camp: “The Neverending Story.” This movie is showing approximately 300 times this summer. (10 a.m., Alamo Lakeline; also June 29-July 4 and 1 p.m. Aug. 18 at Paramount)

“The Lady From Shanghai.” (7 p.m., AFS Cinema; also June 30)

“Je T’aime Moi Non Plus.” Someday, Serge Gainsbourg, the man who wrote, scored and directed this monster, will be on French currency. (9 p.m., AFS Cinema; also June 29-30)

“Our Time.” The new one from Mexican auteur Carlos Reygadas. (4 p.m. AFS Cinema, also June 30, July 1,2)

"Pretty in Pink.” (7 p.m., Stateside)

“Say Anything.” (8:55 p.m., Stateside)

JUNE 29

“E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial.” (12:15 and 3:30 p.m., Alamo Ritz)

“1900” (Full). (1:30 p.m., AFS Cinema)

JUNE 30

“Sorry Angel.” (2 p.m., AFS Cinema; also July 1)

“The Godfather.” (1 p.m., Paramount)

“The Godfather Part II.” (4:15 p.m., Paramount)

JULY 1

“Goodfellas.” Holds up. (7:30 p.m., Paramount)

JULY 2

“Apollo 13.” Boy, is this movie incredibly well made. (7:30 p.m., Paramount)

JULY 3

“Malcolm X." Required viewing for all middle-schoolers or high-schoolers who have never seen it. Same thing for adults, actually. (7:30 p.m., Paramount)

JULY 5

Kids Camp: “Kung Fu Panda.” (10 a.m., Alamo Lakeline; also July 6-11)

“Scarlet Street.” (7 p.m., AFS Cinema; also July 7)

“Selma.” (7:30 p.m., Stateside)

July 6

 "Once Upon a Time in the West." (6:30 p.m., AFS Cinema, also July 7)

JULY 7

"O'er the Land." The Quonset Hut Microcinema at the Carpenter Hotel, a series dedicated to outsider and experimental film presented by Dirty Dark Place, continues with an outdoor screening of this Deborah Stratman film in honor of Independence Day. (7:30 p.m., Carpenter Hotel)

“The Goonies.” Triple feature of adventure on Congress Avenue, also including ... (1 p.m., Paramount)

“Raiders of the Lost Ark.” (3:25 p.m., Paramount)

“The Princess Bride.” (5:30 p.m., Paramount)

JULY 9

“General Magic.” A documentary concerning one of the most important tech companies you’ve never heard of. (7 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“The Night of the Hunter.” A double shot of the god Robert Mitchum, including ... (7 p.m., Paramount)

“Out of the Past.” (8:50 p.m., Paramount)

JULY 10

Austin Sound and Cinema: "Guardians of the Galaxy." (6 p.m., Long Center) 

“The Big Sleep.” Has anyone ever figured out the plot of this classic noir? I’m not sure even the writers know. (7 p.m., Paramount)

“Laura.” (9:10 p.m., Paramount)

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JULY 11

Movies in the Park: "Space Jam." (8:45 p.m., Martin Middle School Fields)

“The Sting." A great movie and one that convinced an entire generation that "The Entertainer" was the only ragtime song. There are lots more! Most of them are way less annoying. (7:30 p.m., Stateside)

JULY 12

Kids Camp: "Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.” (10 a.m., Alamo Lakeline; also July 13-18)

“Double Indemnity." See it for being a classic noir, but also for the way the amazing Edward G. Robinson says “My little man” when talking about his instincts. (7 p.m., AFS Cinema; also July 14)

“The Big Lebowski.” Makes you wonder: Why can’t there be a cult around “Inside Llewyn Davis"? (7 p.m., Paramount)

“Bottle Rocket.” The prototypical-Wes Anderson movie and easily the least stylized. (9:15 p.m., Paramount)

JULY 13

“Pather Panchali.” Ladies and gents, behold Satyajit Ray’s “Apu” trilogy, which is about as good as filmmaking gets. Including the next two films on the list. (1 p.m., Stateside)

“Aparajito.” (3:25 p.m., Stateside)

“Apur Sansar.” (5:30 p.m., Stateside) 

“Napoleon Dynamite.” Complete with a conversation with Jon “Napoleon” Heder, Efren “Pedro” Ramirez and Jon “Uncle Rico” Gries. (7:30 p.m., Paramount)

JULY 14

“Roman Holiday.” This one comes with a pre-screening manicure, martini and more. (2 p.m., Paramount)

“Mamma Mia.” Much funnier if this played in a double-feature with "Muriel's Wedding." (5:30 p.m., Paramount)

JULY 15

“A Nightmare on Elm Street.” This movie is 35 years old. Yes, really. (7 p.m., Paramount)

“American Psycho.” I wonder how Huey Lewis feels about this movie? (8:50 p.m., Paramount)

JULY 16

“The Getaway.” (6 p.m., The Line Hotel)

“Gremlins." Does it count as a Christmas movie? (7 p.m., Paramount)

“An American Werewolf in London.” (9:05 p.m., Paramount)

JULY 17

"And With Him Came the West." Filmmaker Mike Plante examines the Hollywood legacy of Wyatt Earp through the many films that rewrote history to immortalize him. Director Mike Plante in attendance. (7:30 p.m., AFS Cinema)

JULY 18

“Cat People.” This is the 1942 version, which is a sleek 73 minutes long. Now that is storytelling. (7 p.m., Paramount)

“House of Wax.” (8:30 p.m., Paramount)

JULY 20

“The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.” (7:30 p.m., Stateside)

JULY 21

“Wine Calling.” A 2018 French documentary about rebellious wine growers. (1 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“The Dark Crystal.” Were people scared of this as kids? I know fortysomethings who still won’t watch it. (1 p.m., Paramount)

“Ben-Hur.” (3:05 p.m., Paramount)

JULY 23

“The Adventures of Robin Hood.” This 1938 classic remains an incredibly beautiful film. (7 p.m., Paramount)

“The Black Swan.” The 1942 film, not the Natalie Portman one. (9 p.m., Paramount)

JULY 24

“Black Narcissus.” (7 p.m., Paramount)

“A Matter of Life and Death.” (9 p.m., Paramount)

JULY 25

Movies in the Park: "The Road to El Dorado." (8:45 p.m., Dick Nichols Park)

JULY 26

Kids Camp: “The Neverending Story.” (10 a.m., Alamo Lakeline; also July 27-Aug 1)

“Blancanieves.” Presented with Cine Las Americas. (7:30 p.m., Stateside)

JULY 27

“Gulliver’s Travels.” (1 p.m., Paramount)

“An American in Paris.” (2:45 p.m., Paramount)

“Singin’ in the Rain.” (4:50 p.m., Paramount; also July 28)

"Chulas Fronteras & Del Mero Corazón." Les Blank's doc is a sharp look at the Chicano experience via the lives and music of the most acclaimed Norteño musicians of the Texas-Mexican border. (4:30 p.m., AFS Cinema, also July 28)

"The 400 Blows." (2 p.m., AFS Cinema, also July 30)

 JULY 28

"Who is Bozo Texino?" (7:30 p.m., Carpenter Hotel)

JULY 29

“All That Heaven Allows.” Two Douglas Sirk melodramas, along with ... (7 p.m., Paramount)

“Magnificent Obsession.” (8:45 p.m., Paramount)

JULY 30

“Bullitt.” Car chase time. (7 p.m., Paramount)

“The French Connection.” Car chase time part deux. (9:10 p.m., Paramount)

JULY 31

"Ingrid." A look at the life of Ingrid Gipson, a German immigrant turned successful fashion designer in the 1980s, who suddenly and with no warning, straight up started living in the woods. (7 p.m., AFS Cinema)

 Austin Sound and Cinema: “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.” (6 p.m., Long Center)

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AUG. 1

"If You Could Only Cook." The start of a five movie showcase regarding screwball genius Jean Arthur. (7 p.m., AFS Cinema, also Aug. 3)

“Smokey and the Bandit.” If there is an acting Valhalla, Burt Reynolds is there. (7 p.m., Paramount)

“The Blues Brothers.” (8:55 p.m., Paramount)

AUG. 3

"X: The Unheard Music." X frontman John Doe presents a weekend of movies, starting with this doc about his band. (7 p.m, AFS Cinema)

"Rockers." The best movie about reggae ever made? Probably. (9:30 p.m, AFS Cinema)

“Modern Times.” Look, it’s not “City Lights,” but it’s still Film Appreciation 101. (1 p.m., Paramount)

“Psycho.” When I was about 11, the local high school screened this as a school event. My parents wouldn’t let me go. Those were indeed different times. (3 p.m., Paramount)

“What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?” “Butcha are, Jane. Yar.” (5 p.m., Paramount)

AUG. 4

"Georgia." Jennifer Jason Leigh and Mare Winningham star as sisters, both singers, yet vastly different. (4:15 p.m., AFS Cinema).

"Shiraz: A Romance of India." (7: 15 p.m, also Aug. 7). This 1928 silent film is one of the treasures of world cinema.

“Blade Runner: The Final Cut.” (2 p.m., Paramount)

“The Matrix.” Remember how they only made one "Matrix" movie? Right? RIGHT? (4:15 p.m., Paramount)

"The Whole Shootin' Match." (7:30 p.m., Carpenter Hotel)

AUG. 5

Kids Camp: “The Great Muppet Caper.” (10 a.m., Alamo Lakeline; also Aug 6-9) Charles Grodin versus Miss Piggy!

“The Namesake.” (7:30 p.m., Paramount)

AUG. 6

“The Sugarland Express.” (6 p.m., The Line Hotel)

“Eyes Wide Shut.” Masterpiece or, as one brilliant critic put it, “the most controversial film of 1958"? (7:30 p.m., Paramount) 

AUG. 7

“The Apartment.” (7 p.m., Paramount)

“Desert Hearts.” (9:20 p.m., Paramount)

AUG. 8

"Mr. Deeds Goes to Town." (7 p.m., AFS Cinema, also Aug. 10)

 “Carol.” Will it age into a 21st century classic or fade from memory? (7 p.m., Paramount)

“The Phantom Thread.” See above. (9:15pm, Paramount)

AUG. 9

“Vagabond." In memory of the late, great Agnes Varda, as is ... (7 p.m., Stateside)

“Le Bonheur.” (9 p.m., Stateside)

AUG. 10

“Grey Gardens.” Double features of brilliant documentaries, also including ... (3 p.m., Stateside)

“Salesman.” (4:50 p.m., Stateside)

"Jane B Par Agnès V." (2 p.m., AFS Cinema, also Aug. 11). Jane Birkin via Agnes Varda.

AUG. 11

“The Sound of Music.” (1 p.m., Paramount)

AUG. 13

“The Man Who Knew Too Much.” Hitchcock week kicks off at the Paramount! (7 p.m., Paramount; also Aug. 14)

“To Catch a Thief." (9:15 p.m., Paramount; also Aug. 14)

AUG. 14

Austin Sound and Cinema: "10 Things I Hate About You." (6 p.m., Long Center)

AUG. 15

“Strangers on a Train.” (7 p.m., Paramount; also Aug. 16)

“Vertigo.” Sometimes called the greatest American movie ever made. (9 p.m.; also Aug. 16)

AUG. 17

“North by Northwest” (2 p.m., Paramount; also Aug. 18)

“Rear Window” (4:35 p.m., Paramount; also Aug. 18)

Aug. 18

"Barbara Rubin and the Exploding NY Underground." Chuck Smith's new doc takes a look at Rubin, one of the most influential underground filmmakers of the late 20th century. (7 p.m., AFS Cinema)

AUG. 20

“Spartacus.” (7:30 p.m., Paramount)

AUG. 21

“2001: A Space Odyssey.” (7:30, Paramount; also Aug. 22 and 24)

AUG. 22

"Only Angels Have Wings." (7 P.M., AFS Cinema, also Aug. 24)

AUG. 23

"Apocalypse Now." (7 p.m, AFS Cinema, also Aug. 24 and 25)

"Eraserhead." (8 p.m, AFS Cinema, also Aug. 24 and 26)

 AUG. 25

“Cleopatra.” All 250 minutes. (2 p.m., Paramount)

AUG. 27

"The Queen." This groundbreaking doc introduced audiences to competitive drag two decades before "Paris is Burning." (7 p.m., AFS Cinema)

“Selena.” Kicking off a series of music movies in style. (7:30 p.m., Paramount)

AUG. 28

“The Last Waltz.” Come for Neil Young’s nose, stay for Van Morrison’s jumpsuit. (7:30 p.m., Paramount)

AUG. 29

“Stop Making Sense.” (7 p.m., Paramount)

“Purple Rain.” (8:45 p.m., Paramount)

AUG. 30

“Giant.” (7 p.m., Paramount)

AUG. 31

“Gone with the Wind.” (7 p.m., Paramount)