Living in Houston, I'm fortunate enough to get to enjoy FUNimation anime or live-action titles once a week at a local theater, FOR FREE.
FUNimation sponsors a program called 'Anime at the Alamo.' It's a weekly event where the Alamo Drafthouse theaters in both San Antonio and Houston shows a FUNimation movie or part of a FUNimation series (usually 4-5 episodes) once a week for no charge to us, the audience. The theaters screen the anime once a week, Monday evenings at 7:30PM in San Antonio and Tuesday evenings at 7:30PM in Houston. The only cost for us is food and drink. Since the Alamo Drafthouse theaters are dine-in theaters, the food ranges from traditional movie fare like popcorn, candy, and nachos to restaurant appetizers and meals like burgers, sandwiches, salads, pizza, buffalo wings, tacos, and quesadillas while beverage choices range from soft drinks, coffee, and fruit juices to wine, beer, and mixed drinks.
I've been able to enjoy this for almost a year now, and hope more people can become aware of this so they too can enjoy free anime on the big screen, or maybe see about starting a similar program where they live. Some titles are truly amazing to witness on a theater big screen with theater sound. I've seen both Evangelion rebuild movies, the Full Metal Alchemist movie and OVA (plus a few episodes of Brotherhood), Summer Wars, FLCL, and parts of several other series this way and if you aren't doing this, you are really missing out.
'Anime at the Alamo' is on Facebook and an Anime at the Alamo website.
Some of the upcoming shows in the next few weeks are the live-action movie Goemon, the Eden of the East King of Eden movie, Baka and Test, Darker than Black, Hero Tales, Ga-Rei Zero, Excel Saga, and Noir.