‘A Clockwork Orange’ Returns to the Big Screen in Lubbock This Saturday Night
It's one of the most controversial and quoted movies of all time.
A Clockwork Orange not only brought new slang to the streets, but it also brought costumes to Halloween and a heck of a lot of controversy.
After watching A Clockwork Orange, you'll be relieved that juvenile delinquents in Lubbock are only stealing car stereos in your neighborhood, because Alex & his Droogs are much, much worse.
Keep in mind that A Clockwork Orange is from 1971 and based on a book written in 1962.
Alex and his amigos love to drink drug-infused milk and go indulge in a "bit of the old ultraviolence." Not only are the scenes of their thuggery controversial, so are the scenes of his treatment.
Love it or hate it, A Clockwork Orange is one of those rare films that needs to be seen on a movie screen. Catch it this Saturday (August 17th) at 10 p.m. at Lubbock's Alamo Drafthouse. And yes, the theater will have "milk bar" specials for the screening.
Tickets are available at their website.