We are hosting the “Four Kings” Craft Whiskey Collaboration tasting party. Four of the Midwest’s top craft distilleries have teamed up for an unprecedented collaboration. Corsair Distillery in Nashville, Tennessee, Few Spirits in Evanston, Illinois, Journeyman Distilling in Three Oaks, Michigan and Mississippi River Distilling Company in LeClaire, Iowa each contributed 30 gallons of whiskey that was blended into what is being called “Four Kings” Bourbon Whiskey. All four distillers will be in attendance. Free to attend.
Delilah’s is very pleased to be hosting the official Whisky Advocate Whiskeyfest After Party. With many special guest distillers & guest bartenders !!!
(1975) (98Ms) Dir. by William Allen
Castleman. Starring : Victor Mohica, Ralph Meeker, David Canary, Sacheen Littlefeather. Named after the atomic bomb, Native American Johnny Firecloud (Mohica) returns from Vietnam to his home town. The town is under the control of a rich, white-trash bigot named Colby (Meeker) who hates all Indians – especially Johnny. When Colby finds out his daughter is in love with Johnny, he goes on a rampage, killing Johnny’s father. Then he comes gunning for Johnny. But Johnny learned a few things in the war and soon takes the fight straight to Colby and his men!
Noon-5pm – Whiskey Barrel Aged Beer Tasting. We are hosting our third annual Tasting of Whiskey Barrel Aged Beers! There will be beers from over 50 breweries, many of them in multiple vintages. We will be looking at beers aged in Bourbon barrels – Goose Island Bourbon County Stout, Central Waters Bourbon Barrel Stout, Founder’s KBS… and Scotch barrels – JW Lees Lagavulin Finished Harvest Ale, Brewdog Storm aged in Islay
casks, etc. Free to attend – $20 for 20 sample tickets.
(1961). Johnny Cabot (Cash) is a tough
criminal who is hired to assist in a bank robbery by taking the wife of the bank’s vice president hostage. Things start to go awry, however, when the robbers realize the the vice president may not mind having his wife murdered. Dir. Bill Karn. Starring : Johnny Cash. (80mins)
chronicalling the Let There Be Rock tour captured during a rawkous live show from 1978. Dir. Eric Dionysius and Eric Mistler. Starring : AC/DC. (97mins)
(1958) (83Ms) Directed by Howard W. Koch. Starring: Boris Karloff, Tom Duggan, Jana Lund, Donald Barry.
The last surviving member of the Frankenstein family (Karloff) has big plans, but no money. In order to solve this problem, the Baron allows a TV crew to come to his castle and film a documentary about his monster-making ancestors. And now with money in the bank, the Baron makes plans…and heads back to the lab…
(1973). The goriest, sexiest Frankenstein ever! Baron Frankenstein is quietly kidnapping the best specimens from his local village and cutting and sewing their disparate parts together to create a pair of supercreatures who will breed him a master race but the perfect pair turns with gory pleasure on their creators. Dir. Paul Morrissey. Starring : Joe Dallesandro & Monique Van Vooren. (96 mins).
(2000). Space pirate Tyler gets his hands on
the key to immortality becoming a powerful psychopath. After destroying everything in his path he is hunted by F.A.K.K.2, to avenge her planet and save her sister. Plus it’s killer cutting edge metal soundtrack. (88 minutes.) Starring : Billy Idol. Dir. Michael Coldewey & Michel Lemire.
(1973) (88Ms) Dir. by Alan Gibson. Starring: Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Michael Coles, Joanna Lumley.
London, 1970 – Scotland Yard investigators stumble upon a grisly series of murders that seem to imply vampires! Unsure, they call upon Prof. Lorrimer Van Helsing (Cushing). What they discover is a satanic cult run by Dracula (Lee) himself – and what they plan to unleash upon mankind is a horror of apocalyptic proportions!
(1935). The sequel to Frankenstein (1931) follows immediately after the events of the earlier film. Henry Frankenstein abandons his plans to create life, only to be tempted and finally coerced by the Monster into constructing for him a mate. Dir. James Whale. Starring : Boris Karloff. (75 mins)
(1984). They call them “punks,” “new wavers,” degenerates” but they are really the rejected. They are bound together by their spikey hair, their abandonment by “upstanding” families and by their love for the electric music of a new generation. (96 minutes.) Starring : T.S.O.L. & The Vandals. Dir. Penelope Spheeris.
(1943) (65Ms) Directed by Sam Newfield. Starring: George Zucco, Dwight Frye, May Carlisle, Nedrick Young.
To Dr. Lloyd Clayton (Zucco), the death of his twin brother Dr. Elwyn Clayton (also, Zucco) comes as a relief. Elwyn had been acting strange upon his return from India and his studies of the occult and mysticism, Lloyd feared for his brother’s sanity. But in death, Lloyd will be far more afraid – for now it seems Elwyn has returned from the dead, looking for blood!
(1972). Baron Frankenstein’s lovely daughter graduates from medical school and comes home to follow in her father’s footsteps. When he’s killed by his creation, she makes one of her own – transplanting the brain of her brillant assistant into the body of her handyman – who satisfies her every wish. Dir. Mel Welels. Starring : Joseph Cotten & Renate Kasche. (84 mins)
(1979). Classic teen movie
concerning Rock & Roll against the establishment, with a bit of humor – featuring The Ramones. It’s Joey’s Birthday! Starring: PJ Soles & The Ramones. Dir. Allan Arkush. (93mins)