Robert Rodriguez directed a Don't Talk bumper for the Drafthouse!
Robert Rodriguez's Machete Kills was the opening night film at Fantastic Fest this year, and Rodriguez has a long-standing relationship with the Alamo Drafthouse - he was even one of the judges on the inaugural Fantastic Market I Mercado Fantastico panel this year. So it makes sense that he would direct a Don't Talk bumper for the Alamo, in which we're threatened with bodily harm by machete the instrument and Machete the man if we talk in the theater.
Don't fuck with the wrong Mexican, and also don't talk or text. That's not too much to ask, is it?