Paul Verhoeven’s iconic 1987 sci-fi feature “Robocop” turns thirty years old today, and Alamo Drafthouse is using the day to announce that the film is getting a one-night only re-release in cinemas on September 10th.

The “RoboCop” event will be live-streamed to theaters around the country from Dallas City Hall, where the film’s production filmed its OCP Headquarters scenes. The Dallas event will feature food trucks, a full bar with RoboCop-themed cocktails and plenty of photo ops.

Those who can’t make it, head to your nearest Alamo Drafthouse for screenings which will also include RoboCop parties. Star Peter Weller will participate in a Q&A after the screening. Details on tickets can be found here.

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