Midnite weekend screenings happen on Friday & Saturday nights (meaning arrive on Friday and/or Saturday night by 11:45pm for seating, the movie starts after midnite)!
A Film Feast Presentation with food and drink pairings by Nitehawk Cinema, High West Distillery and Gran Eléctrica.
Director: Jim Jarmusch Run Time: 121 min. Format: DCP Rating: R
Release Year: 1995
Starring: Johnny Depp, Gary Farmer, Lance Henriksen, Michael Wincott, Mili Avital, Crispin Glover, Iggy Pop, John Hurt, Robert Mitchum
Dead Man shows a man’s physical and spiritual journey through a chaotic world; one of chance, consequence, and personal evolution. After the death of his parents William Blake (Johnny Depp) heads out for employment as an accountant at Dickinson Steel Works run by a hardened man (Robert Mitchum). When circumstances unfold that Blake has shot and killed the owner’s son he flees, ultimately encountering a Indian named Nobody with whom he goes on a personal odyssey. With obvious symbolic gestures towards art and poetry, nothingness, and the delicate line between life and death, Jarmusch gives a dreamscape of a western that offers a somewhat biting look at America.
High West Double Rye, douglas fir, Cynar, honey, lemon
Look, They’re Shooting Buffalo
Smoked Bison Apache, Jalapeno, Pasilla de Oaxaca, Lime
High West Yippee Ki-Yay, apple infused vermouth, campari, lavender, rose blossom
Bone In Mole Poblano Chicken, Cacahuates Enchilados, Nasturtium
Some Are Born to Endless Night
High West Silver Western Oat, clarified citrus, star anise, cinnamon and white tea milk punch
Do You Like Beans
Bean Tlacoyo, High West Salsa Boracha, New Mexican Green Chili, Crema
Food of the Great Spirit
High West Prairie Bourbon, prickly pear, lemon, aquafaba, red wine float
We Got A Deer
Venison Barbacoa Tamales, Salsa Morita, Pickled Onions, Papalo
The Bones of the Dead
High West Campfire Bourbon, vanilla, demerara, angostura, smoked ice
Work Out Your Own Salvation
Buffalo Berry Sxusem, Blackberries, Pan De Los Muertos
Menu items subject to change, no substitutions.