We are pleased that so many of you joined the foot clan, and so many more of you succumbed to TURTLE POWER in the end. Didn’t make it out to the movie night? Well, don’t worry about that – you can re-live the sights and the sounds. We’ve got photos below, and we have a fantastic mix of the evening’s music from a place both wonderful and strange featuring Partners in Kryme, GHOSTCOP, and Dave Burton from the Falling Birds. Check it out, and stay posted – the next film experience is in the works… See yourselves and the action in the links below!
We’d like to give another big thank you to our sponsors: Neapolitan Express on the pizza, Brooklyn Brewery on the beer, Vinos Libres on the wine, Spring 44 on the spirits, Splash on the promotion, and Villain on the space. We also want to thank a place both wonderful and strange, GHOSTCOP, Partners in Kryme, Derick Winsett, Abracadabra, Monnozorro, Shootbooth, Stphn Hstn, Flavorpill, Velouria, HR Dept, c2 Imaging, and Pursuit of New York. Finally, we’d like to thank the important people that make this entire thing work, the beautiful film crew…
See you at the next show!
Photo cr. Jacob King
It’s fall, and we’re putting out a recruitment call for ninja hooligan trainees, so come on out and see if you have the moves to join Shredder’s evil army, the Foot-Clan. You’ll walk into the foot clan hideout, full graffiti walls, a 30 foot skate ramp, break dancers, ninja trainees, turtle themed drinks, video games, and a live performance by Partners in Kryme of Turtle Power from the first soundtrack, kicking off the post-movie DJ set and party. It’s the Turtle event of the decade (and not this decade). NOTE: EVENT IS SOLD OUT!
Tickets are $45, and include • Ninja headbands • 2 slices of pizza (of course) • A screening of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles • An exclusive complimentary Mutant Ninja Turtle beverage • A signed limited-edition event poster by Monozorro • A Turtles-themed musical performance from PARTNERS IN KRYME A Place Both Wonderful and Strange with percussion accompaniment by Dave Burton of The Falling Birds • A post-film DJ dance party • A night in the Foot Clan lair installed at Villain complete with graffiti walls, video games, and copious amounts of fun and trouble • A graffiti photobooth from Shootbooth • BBQ Films gourmet popcorn • $5 beer, wine, and specialty cocktails all night long • PLUS…super-exciting secret performances, surprise guests, treats, and giveaways!
We have *four* photosets for this one! A huge thank you to Shootbooth and Carly Sioux for making sure we captured your beautiful faces. Also, many thanks to Alexander Michael for sharing his shots too…
It’s summer time, and BBQ Films has the movie that rolls all of your blockbuster favorites into one big “sweded” spectacle, from Ghostbusters to Rush Hour 2 to RoboCop. On July 11th, we take Be Kind Rewind, Michel Gondry’s classic movie about a video-store, and bring it to everyone’s favorite video-store-turned-bar-turned-screening-room. BBQ Films invites you to join us and discover what happens when we erase all of the movies at Videology in Williamsburg.
Tell your secretary to clear your calendar.
It’s too late to tell your secretary – this show is SOLD OUT! No tickets available at the door.
It’s 1980 at the Tribeca Underground, and we are inviting you to celebrate our friend Patrick Bateman’s 27th Birthday with a big, sexy movie night parties. This one is going to be luxe, as you can join Pierce & Pierce employees for fancy cocktails at the secret club under the Tribeca Grand hotel. Tickets start at $25, with five levels for all of the VIPs (though “the Dorsia” level has SOLD OUT). See below for tickets…
A huge thank you goes out to Shootbooth for taking all of our family photos this year! The stupendous Sam Petersson has pulled together a short video of all of your beautiful faces, and we have links to the full galleries below.
A very merry Griswold Family Christmas:
Let us know if you have photos from the event, and we’ll share them on our Facebook Christmas Mega Gallery!
Links to view and print photos, via Smugmug:
Well, the Holiday season is around the corner, and we know how to celebrate with everyone’s favorite Christmas movies. We’re screening them in an over the top Griswold Family Party complete with a visit from uncle Eddie and his RV, thousands of Christmas lights, and of course, the big jolly fat man himself. BBQ Films is putting up three irresistible Christmas classics: Elf, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, and Gremlins. And we’re doing it all in a big sexy movie night party complete with eggnog, carolers, decorations from Film Biz Recycling, excellent Chocolate Stout from Brooklyn Brewery, and tons of early seasonal cheer for you and your friends. Should the mood strike you (and we hope it does), spread the cheer by dressing the part: crack out your worst holiday sweater, sexy elf costume, your Santa beard, your best version of your drunk uncle, or just come as yourself. Papa Clark Griswold will be waiting with open arms.
Tickets are now available. More info after the link below and the jump.
This event is cancelled, due to the heavy damage sustained by hurricane Sandy. Our hearts go out to our friends at the Bruckner Bar and Grill, and we wish them a speedy rebuilding process. We will let you know when are in a position to reschedule this event. If you would like to volunteer to support those affected by the hurricane, we invite you to check in with New York City’s service website. Thank you, and stay safe.
We know that Rumble in the Bronx might present a slightly crazed picture of what the boro was like in the 90s. We’re in the Bronx all the time and we have *yet* to see a single hovercraft run over a Lamborghini while being pursued by a single man armed only with his fists. But, Hong Kong action cinema has its own rules, and it’s up to us to follow them. For example, we’re going to screen this movie in the Bronx, with a little help from our friends at the Bronx Brewery, the Bruckner Grill, and fun dot org. We’re calling it Rumble in the Bronx Brewery…
This one is going to be a bit of an adventure – we’re headed up to Brueckner Boulevard to the home of the Bronx Brewery in Mott Haven. We’re going to make it worth your while with a full meal, endless Bronx Pale Ale with admission, Jackie Chan’s first big hit in America, some giveaways from the Bronx Brewery, and maybe a few other surprises. Tickets from this one are going to dissapear faster than a bike gang running away from Jackie Chan! Where is this going to be? Well none other than ONE, 1 Bruckner Boulevard Bronx, NY 10454. We start at 7.30p, movie at 8.30p. This is an intimate night, folks. Only 40 can attend, so snag a seat….