For three years running, Halloween at Nitehawk has meant one thing: A Nite to Dismember, an all-night horror movie marathon starting at midnite and going way, way into the soft November sunshine. Anchored with the theme of “Decades of Horror,” this year’s slate of films was Poltergeist (80s), House on Haunted Hill (60s), A Bay of Blood (70s), Scream (90s) and a new mystery film off the festival circuit: The Mind’s Eye.
On top of all that was a costume contest, trivia, goodie bags, slap-happy drinking games all led by Shudder‘s Sam Zimmerman and Nitehawk’s own Kris King. Survivors (more this year than others) of the evening were treated to a cupcakes from our neighbor Sweethaus, and a breakfast spread and cereal bar provided by Post.
Check the pictures below, and who knows, maybe next year you too will have… A Nite to Dismember. *lightning crack, distant laughter*