Coming 2018: 1968

Starts: Jan 5

Can you imagine a year when Planet of the Apes2001: A Space OdysseyRosemary’s BabyNight of the Living Dead, and Faces came out? This extraordinary year for cinema occurred amidst a moment of tumultuous and significant historical events, and heralded the postmodern film, which dealt with issues that we still grapple with fifty years later.

BLAME

Screens: Dec 19

Quinn Shephard’s directorial debut stars Chris Messina as a substitute drama teacher whose relationship with an unstable student (Quinn Shephard) strikes a nerve in her jealous classmate (Nadia Alexander), sparking a vengeful chain of events within their suburban high school that draws parallels to Arthur Miller’s ‘The Crucible”.

January Brunch: LITTLE BOOKWORMS

Starts: Jan 6

For our kid friendly version of Booze & Books, Nitehawk presents enduring classic tales that have also become our favorite movies because the only thing on par with reading an amazing children’s book is seeing that story come alive in a truly incredible film.

January Midnite: Guillermo Del Toro

Starts: Jan 5

With the release of Guillermo Del Toro’s highly anticipated fantasy romance THE SHAPE OF WATER, we’re looking back at some of our favorite works by the Mexican director and producer – from horror morbidities to off-kilter, fanciful Hollywood blockbusters.