What happens when the creature from beyond the stars is also a creature beyond human comprehension?
Here is a complete rundown of all of the episodes we’ve done under the Monstoberfest banner at the Nighthawks Podcast, for your spooky season consumption.
Starring Jeff Daniels, John Goodman, and Julian Sands; Arachnophobia is the PG-13 killer spider thriller that gave the heebie jeebies to younger versions of Matt and Trevor.
Boyz n the Hood also offers us babyfaced performances from Cuba Gooding Jr., Ice Cube, Regina King, Angela Bassett, Lawrence Fishburne and a cavalcade of others.
Good evening to the denizens of the Nighthawks diner. We are pleased to report that as the world finds itself in a nightmare absurdist dystopia of COVID-19, the streets around the conceptual Nighthawks diner are a little safer from crime. Actress, producer, comedian, stunt performer, and all-around-entertainment-engine Katie Mae Peters pulls up a seat in […]
Hey all you Nighthawks Diner Denizens! Hot off our 100th episode, the Nighthawks House Band, Middle Class Joe, has made their brand new single ‘The Movie Song‘ available for pre-order. The Movie song was written for and debuted on the Nighthawks Ep 100 Audio Essay: What Do Movies Mean to Us? A collection of movie […]
It was 2001. Shortly after the attacks on 9/11. Directed by Michael Mann and starring the likes of Will Smith, Jamie Foxx, John Voight, Mario Van Peebles, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Joe Morton; the film ALI is released to critical acclaim and earning two Oscar nominations in short order. It would be easy to tell […]
Max Von Sydow vs. The Devil: Who wins? What happens when Max Von Sydow *is* The Devil? We don’t have the answers for you. What we do have is two movies about The Devil, as Trevor and Matt sample a first slice of the classic William Friedkin horror masterpice: THE EXORCIST. The guys watched the […]
This will be the final episode for the Nighthawks before the 4th of July weekend, so they decided to honor the birthday of the U.S.A. in a special way. Finding INDEPENDENCE DAY a little on-the-nose, and not wanting to corner themselves into the uber-patriotic or the uber-cynical films about the country, of which there are […]