To say that Nitehawk is full of all kinds of awesome this upcoming week would be a MASSIVE understatement. So, break out your scheduling devices and let’s get started…
If you like your horror meta and have been waiting for something new in American horror film, then the our new flick The Cabin in the Woods may be just the thing you’ve been craving.
If you like your horror with lots of ooze, then our Midnight movie showing of Peter Jackson’s gross-out flick Dead Alive (or Brain Dead) is just the ticket!
If you like your horror old, gritty, and on video then the VHS Vault’s Monday night presentation in the lobby of Tobe Hooper’s Eaten Alive will thrill you. 8pm. Free!
More at Midnight
The intense visual landscapes by Alejandro Jodorowsky in Holy Mountain get the live music treatment by Long Distance Poison at Midnight this Friday and Saturday. Weird and wonderful.
Brunch goes way adult this weekend with the very special “Drug Awareness” edition of Spoons, Toons, and Booze along with the eponymous Dazed and Confused. AIR RAID!!!!
Speaking of Babies
We have a Parent and Baby Screening of Friends with Kids on Saturday (April 21) at 2:50pm.
Special events in the lobby
Our Brooklyn neighbors Vice will be having a screening event for three of their documentaries that have been nominated for the 2012 Webby Awards on Wednesday, April 25 in our upstairs lobby! Their docs on Libya, Congo, and Bride Kidnapping in Kyrgyzstan start showing at 8pm.
And of course don’t forget about our Mad Men Sundays and Twin Peaks Tuesdays!!