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This June, Nitehawk travels into the unknown at midnight, and then makes fun of what they find for Brunch. It’s all space, spoofs, Karen Black and more this month.
Daniel Collás talks about reclaiming the Goblin sound in his score for Dario Argento’s ‘Four Flies on Grey Velvet’ performed this weekend by his band Yellow Magi.
Northside Film Festival moves in; Before Midnight opens; and Aliens! Aliens everywhere! Whatarewegonnado!?
On June 12, 2013, Nitehawk and Captain Lawrence got together for a collaborative beer dinner paired to Richard Donner’s adventure classic The Goonies, pairing beers and food to specific parts of the … Continue reading
Nitehawk is happy to welcome the Northside Film Festival back onto our screens for several marquee screenings. We’ve put together a quick guide to what we’ll be showing, who’s going … Continue reading
A look at the first two days of the Northside Film Festival at Nitehawk, includes ‘A Teacher,’ Symbiopsychotaxiplasm, Go Down Death, and All The Light In The Sky
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Miss it in the theater? Here’s an interview with Karen Black about the counter-culture classic EASY RIDER.
Nitehawk News! We travel beyond the infinite at midnight with 2001, can’t find shit at brunch with Spaceballs and have a nice long beer dinner with Sloth and the rest of the Goonies.
Before we screen Stanley Kubrick’s transcendent masterpiece “2001: A Space Odyssey,” we consider its lesser-seen sequel, “2010: The Year We Make Contact,” which boasts a stellar cast and some big ideas of its own.
A glammed out Spotify playlist to accompany our screening of Todd Haynes’ ‘Velvet Goldmine,’ featuring songs from David Bowie, T-Rex, Pulp, Brian Eno, Roxy Music and more.
Spectacular disaster, mutilations, doggies, bluegrass and trivia. Everything you need to know about this week at Nitehawk.