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Saturday, February 23rd and Sunday, February 24th · 12:00pm (noon) · $11
Nitehawk Cinema (136 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11211)

Your Favorite Saturday Morning Cartoons + Booze & Free Cereal + a Special Menu of Valentine’s Day Themed Episodes All About Love!

Do you miss Saturday mornings waking up early to gorge on cereal and cartoons? Well then Nitehawk Cinema and Secret Formula have the ultimate brunch for the kid in you…Spoons Toons & Booze! We’ve got all of your favorite Saturday morning cartoons, delicious cocktails and a free all you can eat sugar cereal bar, not to mention Nitehawk’s excellent brunch menu.

For some Valentine’s Day is the time to show that special someone how much they care, but for others it’s just a reminder of how alone they are and how much those jerks in love suck. For us here at STB it’s an excuse to get drunk and watch cartoons about love and all that stuff that made us feel icky when we were kids! We’ll be giving out free cootie shots, Valentine’s Day cards and heart shaped candies while you’ll get to choose from a huge selection of Valentine’s Day themed episodes from series including Jem and the Holograms, DuckTales, Muppet Babies, Doug, He-Man, Batman the Animated Series, Animaniacs, Hey Arnold!, The Smurfs, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Darkwing Duck, Looney Tunes, Ren & Stimpy, Garfield and Friends, The Real Ghostbusters and lots more!

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Saturday, January 19th and Sunday, January 20th · 12:00pm (noon) · $11
@
Nitehawk Cinema (136 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11211)

Your Favorite Saturday Morning Cartoons + Booze & Free Cereal + a Special Menu of First Episodes and Origin Stories in Honor of the Beginning of the New Year!


 
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Do you miss Saturday mornings waking up early to gorge on cereal and cartoons? Well then Nitehawk Cinema and Secret Formula have the ultimate brunch for the kid in you…Spoons Toons & Booze! We’ve got all of your favorite Saturday morning cartoons, delicious cocktails and a free all you can eat sugar cereal bar, not to mention Nitehawk’s excellent brunch menu.

The New Year is a time to start anew, reflect on one’s shortcomings, mend quarrels and…screw that, we’re going to use it as an excuse to watch cartoons and get drunk on White Russians. In honor of the start of the New Year we’ve put together a menu that’s gonna take us back to the beginning of our favorite Saturday morning (and weekday afternoon) cartoons. We’ve got a huge selection of first episodes and origin stories of series including Jem and the Holograms, DuckTales, Adventures of the Gummi Bears, Doug, Batman the Animated Series, Mister T, ThunderCats, Animaniacs, The Smurfs, Ren & Stimpy, Garfield and Friends, Tom and Jerry, Pinky & the Brain, Darkwing Duck, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, G.I. Joe and lots more!

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A Country Music and Movie Jubilee

Friday, June 22nd at 10:30pm
at Nitehawk Cinema (136 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211)

featuring: Urban Cowboy screening, live country music, mechanical bull riding and more…

10:30pm - Party, 12:00am - Urban Cowboy screening followed by mechanical bull riding post-screening at Viva Toro!

We love a good ole honky-tonk celebration, and with John Travolta (or as the local papers are calling him, John “Revolta”) in the headlines, we figure there’s no better way to launch our new country music and film series than with an Urban Cowboy-themed party. Includes…

- Live music by the Gentlemen Callers (60s-era country classics, mariachi numbers, and story telling), starring fiddle master, Alex Marcus (formerly of Hank III)
- Urban Cowboy screening
- Special menu items like chicken-fried steak, Texas-style queso, and Lone Star Beer
- Country themed movie trivia quiz
- Live comedy from Johnny McNulty (Urban Cowboy doesn’t stand a chance!)
- Best Western Wear contest
- AND…Mechanical Bull riding! After the movie we’re gonna mosey over to Viva Toro, just a block away, and have our own contest, Urban Cowboy style.
- And just maybe if you’re lucky, you’ll get a good ole massage, in honor of John Travolta!

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Saturday, July 14th and Sunday, July 15th at 12:00 noon
at Nitehawk Cinema (136 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211)

Do you miss Saturday mornings waking up early to gorge on cereal and cartoons? Well then Nitehawk Cinema and Secret Formula have the ultimate brunch for the kid in you: all of your favorite Saturday morning cartoons, delicious cocktails and a free all you can eat sugar cereal bar, not to mention the Nitehawk’s excellent brunch menu!

For July we’ve put together a collection of cartoons from the 1930’s through the 90’s that were never allowed to be shown on TV or weren’t allowed to be shown again because they were too violent, racist, filthy, seizure inducing, devil worshiping or just downright offensive. The censors can’t keep us down and we’ll be showing them all on the big screen!

- Over 80 cartoon series from the 40’s through the 90’s…and YOU get to choose what we watch!

- Special menu of episodes no longer allowed to be aired on TV including Looney Tunes, Ren & Stimpy, TaleSpin, Gargoyles, Tiny Toons, Darkwing Duck, Popeye, Rocko’s Modern Life, Pokemon and more!

- Free all you can eat cereal bar filled with all the sugary, marshmallowy, fruity, chocolatey cereal you crave. All the kinds you were probably banned from eating as a kid! Soy and regular milk available.

- White Russian menu including “The Sonny”, a White Russian topped with Cocoa Puffs!

- Cereal Shots! Drop a shot of Baileys or Kahlua in to booze up your cereal bowl!

- Compete in contests to choose which cartoons we watch and win sweet prizes from Nitehawk Cinema!

Tickets on sale this week!Check back here or at the Nitehawk Cinema website for updates!

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Saturday, June 16th and Sunday, June 17th at 12:00 noon
at Nitehawk Cinema (136 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211)

Do you miss Saturday mornings waking up early to gorge on cereal and cartoons? Well then Nitehawk Cinema and Secret Formula have the ultimate brunch for the kid in you: all of your favorite Saturday morning cartoons, delicious cocktails and a free all you can eat sugar cereal bar, not to mention the Nitehawk’s excellent brunch menu!

In honor of Father’s Day STB is putting together an extra special menu of cartoon episodes all about dads. Plus, bring your dad to the show for Father’s Day brunch and you can watch the cartoons he grew up on while he watches the cartoons that you did!

- Over 80 cartoon series from the 40’s through the 90’s…and YOU get to choose what we watch!

- Special menu of dad themed cartoon episodes!

- Free all you can eat cereal bar filled with all the sugary, marshmallowy, fruity, chocolatey cereal you crave. Soy and regular milk available!

- White Russian menu including “The Sonny”, a White Russian topped with Cocoa Puffs!

- Cereal Shots! Drop a shot of Baileys or Kahlua in to booze up your cereal bowl!

- Compete in contests to choose which cartoons we watch and win sweet prizes from Nitehawk Cinema!

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Saturday, May 26th and Sunday, May 27th at 12:20pm
at Nitehawk Cinema (136 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211)

Secret Formula and Nitehawk Cinema present the 80’s classic Labyrinth with the Raspberry Brothers mocking it live in the theater (Mystery Science Theater 3000 style) and as a Sing-Along with the lyrics on the big screen for the whole audience to sing along to! Double the fun for the price of one!

Sing along to one of the craziest children’s movies ever made, including the weirdest tunes from Bowie’s catalog, Jim Henson’s acid-trip Muppets, and plenty of fart jokes. Mix ‘em all together and you’ve got a strangely compelling and psychedelic mess that is ripe for two Brooklyn comedians to mock live. Come ready to sing and view David Bowie’s giant package on the big screen!

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Saturday, May 19th and Sunday, May 20th at 12:00 noon
at Nitehawk Cinema (136 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211)

Do you miss Saturday mornings waking up early to gorge on cereal and cartoons? Well then Nitehawk Cinema and Secret Formula have the ultimate brunch for the kid in you: all of your favorite Saturday morning cartoons, delicious cocktails and a free all you can eat sugar cereal bar, not to mention the Nitehawk’s excellent brunch menu!

In honor of the summer blockbuster season Spoons, Toons & Booze is adding a special menu of episodes featuring movie parodies, trips to Hollywood movie sets and spoiled starlets on top of our already massive list of cartoon series (many of which have been turned into movies).

- Over 80 cartoon series from the 50’s through the 90’s…and YOU get to choose what we watch!

- Special menu of movie/Hollywood themed episodes including Muppet Babies, Tiny Toon Adventures, The Real Ghostbusters, Garfield and Friends, Darkwing Duck, Jem and the Holograms, Animaniacs, DuckTales, A Pup Named Scooby Doo, Inspector Gadget and a whole lot more!

- Free all you can eat cereal bar filled with all the sugary, marshmallowy, fruity, chocolatey cereal you crave. Soy and regular milk available!

- White Russian menu including “The Sonny”, a White Russian topped with Cocoa Puffs!

- Cereal Shots! Drop a shot of Baileys or Kahlua in to booze up your cereal bowl!

- Compete in contests to choose which cartoons we watch and win sweet prizes from Nitehawk Cinema!

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Friday, May 4th and Saturday, May 5th (Party at 10pm/Screening at midnight)
at Nitehawk Cinema (136 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211)

Come help us celebrate our love of Twin Peaks with the ULTIMATE Twin Peaks party followed by a screening of the series epilogueFire Walk With Me.

The party will feature:

- Twin Peaks burlesque starring Francine “The Lucid Dream“‘s The Pink Room: David Lynch Burlesque. See the Log Lady, Diane and Norma Jennings work the stage to the sweet sounds of Twin Peaks!

- Twin Peaks Costume Contest! Come dressed as your favorite character and win some sweet prizes.

- A new Twin Peaks episode performed live, from the “Lost Third Season”…improvised by comedic actors from the group, In These Woods

- Trivia Competition!

- Rare Twin Peaks footage, outtakes, bizarre commercials, promos, hilarious David Lynch parodies and more Twin Peaks inspired madness on the lobby’s big screen

- Scavenger Hunt for Laura Palmer’s Body- search for clues leading to the location of Laura’s plastic wrapped body hidden somewhere in the Nitehawk.

- Cherry Stem Tying Contest (You gotta use your mouth!)

- Professor Johnny Von McNulty, expert, giving a lecture from his lecture series, “A Series of Lectures.” The subject: Twin Peaks. Johnny is on the Harold Team ‘Johnny Romance’ at the UCB Theater in New York, and contributes to ‘The Onion’ and SNL’s ‘Weekend Update’

- Chess-match-of-death against local chess wizard, Alexander Seth Marcus

- Coffe and Dounuts!

- Owls. Lots of owls and a lot more fun and surprises!

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Awesome. Speaking of hilarious awesome things involving movies…come and check out the Raspberry Brothers: Friday the 13th Part VIII Jason Takes Manhattan this Friday and Saturday night at Nitehawk Cinema!

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with live comedy over the movie Mystery Science Theater 3000 style!

Friday, April 13th and Saturday, April 14th at midnight!
at Nitehawk Cinema
136 Metropolitan Ave between Wythe Ave & Berry St, Brooklyn, NY 11211 
(718) 384-3980 www.nitehawkcinema.com

The Raspberry Brothers have one mission: to mock the crap out of Hollywood films. And with Friday the 13th fast approaching this month, the Brothers are going to risk incurring the curse of Camp Crystal Lake by making fun of one of its most infamous campers…Jason Voorhees! The Brothers will wield their microphones like bloody machetes, slashing through bad acting, terrible dialogue, and one totally emotionless and evil hockey-masked monster.

This is probably the worst of the Friday the 13th series, as Jason doesn’t really take over anything other than a boat and…Vancouver? Turns out the studio made a big cut to the film’s budget right before shooting, forcing the film to pull out of NYC and move to a remote studio set. At least the Muppets kept their titular promise to bite the Big Apple. Come to the Nitehawk for a night of food, booze, comedy and horror!

Two shows! Friday night April 13th @ Midnight and Saturday night April 14th @ Midnight!

Tickets on sale now!

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