Ep 59- Oscars 2018: Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the (Oscar) pool

It is a time of fabulous celebration, million-dollar dresses, hundred-million-dollar movies, and billion dollar returns. But more than the monetary value, and the superficial outward appearance, Hollywood is getting together this weekend to honor achievement in film. Joining us for a third year in a row is the official Nighthawks Oscar Czar, Cameron Maris, who […]

Episode 57- Isn’t it Good? Norwegian Wood

Come with us, across the Atlantic and into the Great White North, as the boys in the Nighthawks Diner explore the Norwegian black comedy IN ORDER OF DISAPPEARANCE. Equal parts FARGO-era Coen Bros. and Scandinavian Noir (Nordic Noir… “Noirdic?”), this little movie has a lot going on for it. A favorite of festival audiences, IN […]

Ep. 52 Monstoberfest Returns- Finding Steven: Found Footage 3D with Steven DeGennaro

From the filmmakers behind Found Footage 3D: “When he’s hired to document the behind-the-scenes action of the ultralow-budget horror movie Spectre of Death (“the first 3D found-footage horror film”), an aspiring filmmaker packs up his camera and travels with the film’s crew to a creepy cabin in the woods. But when the fictional evil presence […]

Ep. 51 Monstoberfest Returns: 31/13- Halloween and Friday the 13th

It’s the most murder filled time of the year! It’s October, and that means it’s time for MONSTOBERFEST RETURNS. This is by-and-large because October is when Halloween is, which gives us a good excuse to watch spooky movies. Movies like the aptly named slasher classic, John Carpenter’s HALLOWEEN. But October 2017 is something truly special, […]

Ep. 50 Monstoberfest Returns- Creepy Fans: Misery and Phantom ’25

Two years ago, this podcast took a monstrous turn. We are, of course, being cheeky. In October of 2015 the Nighthawks were actually kind of finding a stride, and in quick succession they launched their October Halloween programming. The original Monstoberfest remains among the Nighthawk’s favorite episodes, and are often called back to. So, why […]