Tuesday, July 28, 2015

NYC Midnight Offerings for the Weekend of July 31st, 2015

ROAR (1981) at the Nitehawk Cinema


DEEP BLUE SEA (1999) at the Nitehawk Cinema


THE NEVERENDING STORY (1984) at the Landmark Sunshine


INSEMINOID (1981) at the Spectacle Theater (Note: Friday only)


AND GOD SAID TO CAIN (1970) at the Spectacle Theater (Note: Saturday only)


A CLOCKWORK ORANGE (1971) at the IFC Center


EL TOPO (1970) at the IFC Center (Starts 12:15)


PEE WEE'S BIG ADVENTURE (1985) at the IFC Center (35mm presentation / Starts 12:25)


SUPERMAN III (1983) at the IFC Center (35mm presentation)


THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (1975) at the Chelsea / Bow Tie Cinemas

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

NYC Midnight Offerings for the Weekend of July 24, 2015

CANNIBAL FEROX (1981) at the Landmark Sunshine (35mm presentation)


Q THE WINGED SERPENT (1982) at the Nitehawk Cinema (35mm presentation)


ROAR (1981) at the Nitehawk Cinema


MALIBU BEACH (1978) at the Spectacle Theater (Note: Friday only)


THE POM POM GIRLS (1976) at the Spectacle Theater (Note: Saturday only)


A CLOCKWORK ORANGE (1971) at the IFC Center


PEE WEE'S BIG ADVENTURE (1985) at the IFC Center (35mm presentation)


THE STANFORD PRISON EXPERIMENT (2015) at the IFC Center (Starts 11:45PM)


SUPERMAN II (1980) at the IFC Center (Starts 12:15)


THE THING (1982) at the IFC Center (Starts 12:20)


THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (1975) at the Chelsea / Bow Tie Cinemas

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

ATTENTION Cannon Films fans...



We all have our heroes. China has Bruce Lee, Belgium has Van Damme, and Sweden has Lundgren, but America has Chuck Norris, and we all know he'd kick all those other pussies out! No one knew this better than Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus - two movie-obsessed Israeli cousins who formed Cannon Films, which produced some of the best cheese out of the 80's. 
To honor these giants, we're screening a special documentary about their now defunct media company, followed by one of my favorites, the super-duper kick ass American flick, INVASION USA, starring none other than Mr. Bad Ass himself, Chuck Norris. Yeah, so what if Swayze saved America the year before in Red Dawn. He's a fkn' male dancer. The only dancin' Norris ever did was with his fists... 
Come join us at Quinn's Irish Pub in Hell's Kitchen, just 5 minutes walk from Times Square, for this kool double-feature. Doors open at 6:30pm. First film starts whenever the hell I say it starts!!


Tuesday, July 14, 2015

NYC Midnight Offerings for the Weekend of July 17, 2015

PHASE IV (1974) at the Nitehawk Cinema (Note: Live score performed by Morricone Youth)


SNAKES ON A PLANE (2006) at the Nitehawk Cinema


MANHATTAN (1979) at the Landmark Sunshine


DON'T ANSWER THE PHONE (1980) at the Spectacle Theater (Note: Friday only)


NEON CITY (1991) at the Spectacle Theater (Note: Saturday only)


THE THING (1982) at the IFC Center


SUPERMAN (1978) at the IFC Center (35mm presentation)


A CLOCKWORK ORANGE (1971) at the IFC Center (Starts 11:50 PM)


JELLYFISH EYES (2013) at the IFC Center


THE STANFORD PRISON EXPERIMENT (2015) at the IFC Center (Starts 11:55 PM)



THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (1975) at the Chelsea / Bow Tie Cinemas

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

NYC Midnight Offerings for the Weekend of July 10, 2015

FROGS (1972) at the Nitehawk Cinema (35mm presentation)


ANGST (1983) at the Nitehawk Cinema (Starts 12:20)


THE ROAD WARRIOR (1981) at the Landmark Sunshine


GURU, THE MAD MONK (1970) at the Spectacle Theater (Note: Friday only)


HORROR EXPRESS (1972) at the Spectacle Theater (Note: Saturday only)


BATMAN RETURNS (1992) at the IFC Center (35mm presentation)


A CLOCKWORK ORANGE (1971) at the IFC Center


JAWS (1975) at the IFC Center (Note: Starts 11:50 PM)


MALA MALA (2015) at the IFC Center (Note: Starts 11:40 PM) 


2015 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL AWARD-WINNING SHORTS at the IFC Center (Starts 11:55 PM)


THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (1975) at the Chelsea / Bow Tie Cinemas

Monday, July 6, 2015

WITHOUT A STITCH review

THE MIDNIGHT GRIND's Nick Cato recently saw a rare 35mm screening of the 1968 Danish erotic comedy WITHOUT A STITCH. Here's his review: Without a Stitch (1968)