<i>American Valhalla</i>

Photo courtesy of Alamo Drafthouse Cinema


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Those who say that rock is dead have apparently never heard Queens of the Stone Age, the Josh Homme-fronted group universally regarded as one of the best rock bands of the past 20 years. Homme also appreciates rock and roll’s roots, so it makes sense that he partnered up with the legendary Iggy Pop to produce Pop’s 2016 album Post Pop Depression. The two chronicled the album’s conception and recording, along with a subsequent tour, and the result is American Valhalla. The rock doc features previously unheard interviews and all-access backstage insight. “Our programming team were offered the chance to screen the film and, as fans of both Iggy Pop and Josh Homme, we jumped at the chance,” says Robert Saucedo, programming director for Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.

7:30 p.m. Monday. Alamo Drafthouse Mason Park, 531 Mason, Katy. For more information, call 281-492-6900 or visit drafthouse.com. Ages six and up; younger children will only be allowed in with an adult. $10.


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