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Loudoun native Patton Oswalt posed for this epic pic at the local Alamo Drafthouse

Broad Run High School graduate Patton Oswalt returned to Loudoun Nov. 25 for a viewing of “Dangerous Men” at the Alamo Drafthouse in Ashburn.Courtesy Photo/Alamo Drafthouse
Actor and comedian Patton Oswalt, a 1987 Broad Run High School graduate, dropped by the Alamo Drafthouse cinema at One Loudoun on Thanksgiving eve for a screening of “Dangerous Men,” a so-bad-it's-entertaining film that director John Rad took more than 20 years to complete.

Pictured is Oswalt and fans flashing heads on a stick of one of the film's stars.

Oswalt teased his appearance and the film on Facebook by quoting a text from critic Drew McWeeny: “They showed it to me about two months ago and I still haven't fully recovered. Like MANOS or THE ROOM, this is something that authentically came from someone's heart and soul, and like those films, it demonstrates an almost shocking disregard for anyone else's established film language. It's like watching a caveman trying to fly the space shuttle."

We're sorry we missed it.

Patton Oswalt + DANGEROUS MEN #PattonOswalt #DangerousMen #DC #AshburnVA

A photo posted by Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas (@drafthouse) on


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