(1968) Dir. Norman Jewison. Starring: Steve McQueen. McQueen at his best as a multi-millionaire who plots and executes the perfect bank heist – the original and clearly the better version of this film. (102 mins)
(1995) (85Ms) Directed by Rene Migliacco. Starring: Scott Fishkind, Ed Zajac, John Sumner, Mari Blackwel.
Police detective Benjamin St. Clair (Fishkind) has moved to the top of the revenge list for local drug lord, Carl (Zajac). During a drug raid, St. Clair killed Carl’s brother and now Carl intends to kill those close to St. Clair. Can St. Clair protect those he loves and bring this vicious, killing drug dealer to justice?
(1975). Imagine Roger Daltrey is Franz Liszt, legendary composer and 1840’s Rock Star. Then add Paul Nicholas as his arch rival Richard Wagner and throw in Ring Starr as The Pope. Then get ready for glitter, groupies and gaudy good times. Dir. Ken Russell. (106mins).
(1968). This razor-edged thriller features McQueen as Detective Frank Bullitt – who gets set up while protecting a star witness. Shot on location in San Francisco and boasting one of cinema’s greatest car chases – with Steve during his own stunt driving! Dir. Peter Yates. Starring : Steve McQueen. (126mins)
(1995) (75Ms) Directed by Randy Misho. Starring: Karl Niemiec, Stuart Wilson, Blumen Young, Wendi Westbrook. L.A. detective Joe Average (Niemiec) is about to bust wide open the biggest drug case on the West Coast when his girlfriend is kidnapped. The price for her freedom – give up the case! But Joe knows this is a no-win situation and must battle his way from South Bay to the Valley, from East L.A. to Downtown to stop both this nefarious drug king-pin and to rescue his girl from a homicidal kick boxing assassin!
(2002). This live performance documentary includes two Johnny Cash appearances on ‘Town Hall Party.’ Johnny rips through 11 songs from his 1958 performance, including “You’re the Nearest thing to Heaven,” “I Walk the Line,” and “I was There When it Happened.” In his 1959 performances, Johnny rocks through another set of tunes, including “I got Stripes,” “The Ways of a Woman In Love,” and “Folsom Prison Blues.” Producer: William Wagnon Jr. (90 min)
(1990). After thebrutal killing of Twin Peaks’ homecoming queen Laura Palmer, Agent Cooper discovers the small town is seething with deadly secrets and killer cherry pie.
Then, Cooper interprets an unusual dream about the murder, has tea with the log lady, finds a macabre crime scene in the woods and is determined to solve the mystery. Dir. David Lynch. Starring : Kyle Maclachlan.
(1972) (84Ms) Directed by Oscar Williams. Starring: Billy Dee Williams, D’Urville Martin, R.G. Armstrong, Celia Kaye. It’s a war against the system! A black radical (Williams), tired of being pushed around by a white society that demeans him and his family, tired of the police harassing him and his friends at every turn, leads a revolt that results in a bloody race war.
(1990). Filmed at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in 1989, John Cale and Lou Reed showcase their album “Songs for Drella” in its entirety. The album, dedicated to Andy Warhol, includes hits such as “Hello It’s Me,” and “Nobody But You.” Director: Ed Lachman. (55 min)
(1990). After the brutal killing of Twin Peaks’ homecoming queen Laura Palmer, Agent Cooper discovers the small town is seething with deadly secrets and killer cherry pie. Then, Cooper interprets an unusual dream about the murder, has tea with the log lady, finds a macabre crime scene in the woods and is determined to solve the mystery. Dir. David Lynch. Starring : Kyle Maclachlan.
5pm, Delilah’s (2771 N. Lincoln – (773) 472-2771) hosts its Fifthteenth annual
vintage beer festival. More than one hundred beers, primarily strong ales,
barrel aged beers and live beers, from over 50 breweries will be tasted -
side by side, for the first time ever in Chicago – many in multiple vintages.
Regionally, Three Floyds, Goose Island, Capitol, Two Brothers, Half Acre,
Founder’s, Bell’s & Lakefront Brewing will be represented, and many of these
brewers will be in attendance.
Strong ales have been traditionally brewed during and for the winter and
early spring months and are quite suitable for aging – often being brewed a
year before release. Many of the ales for this tasting will be sampled in
vintage with a few vintage verticals and there will be an emphasis on barrel
aged beers – the J.W. Lees Harvest Ale, for instance, will be available from
the 2007 vintage aged in used Lagavulin Scotch Barrels. There will be a King
& Barnes Christmas Ale from 1998 plus ten vintages of Sierra Nevada’s
Bigfoot Barley Wine.
A very unique experience to sample all these strong beers together – along
with vintage dated brews including: Anchor Old Foghorn, Avery Hog Heaven,
Thomas Hardy’s Ale, Harvey’s Elizabethan Ale, Scotland’s Skull Splitter,
Portland Brewing Adam Barley Wine, Dog Fish Head Immort Ale, Lucifer Ale, Trois
Pistoles & La Fin Du Monde from Unibroue, Malheur Millennium, Capitol Blonde
Dopplebock – multiple vintages, Two Brothers Bear Tree Weiss Wine,
Maredsous Triple, EKU 28, and the French Belzebuth, Rogue Ales Old Crusty and
Young’s Old Nick. Admission is $20 for a sampling of the offerings.
concerning each product will be available. This tasting is a must.
(1972) (97Ms) Directed by Robert Hartford-Davis. Starring: Jim Brown, Martin Landau, Brenda Sykes, Bruce Glover. Revolutionaries steal money from drug dealing gangsters. When L.A. nightclub owner Gunn’s (Brown) radical brother is killed by the mobsters for payback, he launches an all-out war of revenge against the mob. Using ex-cons and Vietnam vets as his army, Gunn goes head-to-head with the Mafia in order to bring the L.A. crime syndicate down once and for all!