Free Movie being shown downstairs.
(1986) Classic story of Punk Rock’s ultimate couple – Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll !!! Shown to coincide with our Sid Vicious Birthday Tribute. Starring: Gary Oldman & Chloe Webb. Director : Alex Cox (122mins)
Timmermans, Girardin, Belle Vue, Oud Beersel, Cantillon & Boon. We will have three vintages of Drie Fonteinen Gueuze from a cast of over a dozen different Gueuzes, some very rare straight Lambic, a few highly sought after Faros (young Lambic flavored with candy sugar and spices), and a complete selection of fruit based Lambics (Framboise, Kriek, Peche…) all flavors and all possible intensities — around sixty Lambics in multiple vintages will be on hand.
Various representative international sour beers (La Folie, Lolita, Panil Barrique, BFM, etc.) will also be available. This is guaranteed to be ideal for both the new Lambic enthusiast as well as the long term aficionado. Again, this tasting will take place on Sunday, May 26th from 12pm – 5pm, at Delilah’s, 2771 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago (773) 472-2771. The cost is $20 for twenty
sample tickets and informational materials. Feel free to call with any questions.
(2000). Machine-gun toting, hot rod driving starlets, traveling in gangs based on hair color, hunt for old stag films and battle Neanderthals in post apocalyptic Memphis. This was Produced and Shot by Delilah’s owner Mike Miller and Directed by Memphis film maker John Michael McCarthy. Starring: Gina Velor and Corrine Elkins. (70 mins)
Directed by Derek Thomas (Peter Bogdanovich). Starring: Mamie Van Doren, Mary
Marr, Paige Lee, Aldo Romani, James David.
The third feature producer Roger Corman was able to cut out of the Russian sci-fi film “Planeta Burg”. This time Peter Bogdanovich does the re-edit of the original feature and the shooting of new footage with hot movie babe Mamie Van Doren. In the year 1998 an Earth rocket ship, on the way to Venus, is damaged by a meteor and crashes. A new space expedition is gotten together to search for survivors on Venus. Along the way they must deal with dinosaur-worshipping Venusians and their deadly queen Moana (Van Doren). Good thing they have the aide of their mechanical man, John the Robot – Robbie’s Communist counterpart.
(1979). Classic teen movie concerning Rock & Roll against the establishment, with a bit of humor – featuring The Ramones. Starring: PJ Soles & The Ramones. Dir. Allan Arkush. (93mins)
(1982). Desire, passion, blood. Irena is surrounded by passion and terror that is her first love and it is this lust that transforms her into one of the Cat People. Dir. Paul Schrader. Starring : Nastassia Kinski. (119 mins)
(1950) (74Ms) Directed by Gregg C. Tallas.
Starring: Laurette Luez, Allan Nixon, Mara Lynn, Joan Shawlee, Judy Landon.
In the distant past, a group of stone-age women and their daughters escape the cruel clutches of their primitive men to form their own fierce and independent tribe. But soon the daughters, now grown into beautiful young women, start to feel strange urges. Enter the brave Tigri (Luez). Realizing men are a necessary evil, she gathers a group of women warriors together to hunt and capture some men. They feel they have the advantage. That is until they met up with one particular male, Engor (Nixon), who might just be able to change their minds about men…
(1979). When it comes to funk, James Brown wrote the book, the “Godfather of Soul” shows us here why he was always “the hardest working man in show business.” This live performance was recorded in Monterey, California in 1979. (60 minutes.)
(1968). The setting is the planet Lython in the year 40,000, when Barbarella makes a forced landing while traveling through space. She vanquishes evil robots and monsters and rewards her helpers. Dir. Roger Vadim. Starring : Jane Fonda. (98 mins)
(1958) (73Ms) Dir. by James L. Wolcott.
Starring: Jean Hawkshaw, Johnny Walsh, Mary Ann Webb, Adrienne Bourbeau.
Thousands of years ago, in the murky distant past of mankind, on the remote tropical island of Wongo, a tribe of beautiful women pine for company. Meanwhile, on the nearby island of Goona, a tribe of handsome men also search for companionship. What keep these tribes apart are bands of ugly Neanderthal men and women (respectively) on each of their islands. Fate intervenes as a group from each tribe adventures out to explore. Will they manage to meet up, settle their differences and come together? You better hope so – for the future of mankind!
(1980). Documentary chronicalling the Let There Be Rock tour captured during a rawkous live show from 1978. (95 minutes.) Dir. Eric Dionysius.
(1953). After landing on the moon, Moon Rocket 4 and its crew discover an underground cavern of subterranean cuties in black tights. They seem like perfect hosts but something is terribly wrong with these kittens! Dir. Arthur Hilton. Starring : Victor Jory & Sonny Tufts. (64 mins).
(1947) (61Ms) Directed by Edward Finney. Starring: Robert Lowery, Patricia Morison, J. Edward Bromberg, Amira Moustafa.
In this thrill-packed adventure yarn wealthy socialite Jean Preston (Morison) receives news of the disappearance of her fiancé Greg Jones (Bruce Edwards) who was exploring the jungles of Africa. Enter intrepid explorer Gary Lambert (Lowery), who agrees to assist in the search while hunting for ivory poachers. They soon find the wayward fiancé, as well as a lost tribe of fierce Amazon warriors and their queen (Moustafa) who has their own designs on the men of the expedition. Then there are those poachers…will our adventurers be able to survive long enough to reach civilization!?!
(1980). The most notorious band in the world… This film is narrated by Malcolm McLaren and features 20 basically early videos of all the band’s primary songs. (104 mins) Dir. Julian Temple.
(2004). The Earth needs Godzilla’s help as the space visiting Xiliens bring all giant monsters against Earth, it’s cities and it’s people. Will Godzilla face this onslaught alone or will there be a Final War between good and evil in the Universe. Dir. Ryuhei Kitamura. Starring : Godzilla, Mothra, Monster X, Minilla & Rodan. (125mins)
(1951) (74Ms) Directed by Terry O. Morse. Starring: Bruce Kellogg, Marilyn Nash, Otto Waldis, Jim Bannon, Victor Kilian. Fearing the destruction of mankind from atomic devastation, a group of scientists devise a plan to tunnel deep into the Earth in order to create a refuge for humanity. With the financial backing of the multi-millionaire businessman Wright Tompson (Kellogg), brilliant scientist Dr. Jerimiah Morley (Kilian) builds a giant travelling drill – The Cyclotron. Soon, the scientists are boring toward the center of the Earth. As they do, they stumble upon a hidden cavern deep within the Earth, and then the true adventure (and horror) begins…
only boutique distillery in Utah we welcome David Perkins, the owner of High
West Whiskey. Dave is going to showcase his spirits that involve Rye Whiskey
- including High West OMG Pure Rye Silver Whiskey, Renedezvous Rye, Double
Rye, Son of Bourye and perhaps a few special Rye related treats! Free to
+ Upstairs at 8pm – We are hosting an Aberfeldy/Dewars Scotch blending
session. Aberfeldy Single Malt Scotch is the primary ingredient in all
Dewars Blended expressions. Everyone who attends will have the chance to sample
Aberfeldy and Dewars in various corresponding ages to better understand the
Scotch blending process. Free to attend.
(2002). The chronicle of the meteoric rise of the Manchester music scene and the sex and drugs and Rock & Roll that came along with it and has endured since – music from Joy Division, Happy Mondays, New Order +++ (117 mins) Dir. Michael Winterbottom.
related events to coincide with The Malt Advocate’s Whiskeyfest Chicago at the
Chicago Hyatt Regency. We are kicking the week off with our second annual
tasting of Whiskey Barrel Aged Beers and we have a focus on Rye Whiskey
distilleries all week.
Sunday, April 21st, Noon-5pm – Whiskey Barrel Aged Beer Tasting. We are
hosting our second 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
Free to attend – $20 for 20 sample tickets.
(1994). Godzilla is threatened by two new forces: Mogera – another U.N. built machine and Space Godzilla – a beast spawned from Godzilla’s particles in space. Dir. Kensho Yamashita. Starring : Jun Hashizume & Meguim Odaka.
(1957) (78Ms) Directed by Jerry Warren. Starring: John Carradine, Robert Clarke, Allen Windsor, Phyllis Coates. Four divers explore the depths of the ocean in a bathysphere built by the brilliant Professor Millard Wyman (Carradine). The adventurers are soon in serious trouble when an underwater volcano erupts, trapping them in the briny deep. Luckily they manage to find a series of deep sea caverns, but then the real danger begins… Can Professor Wyman devise another means to rescue our intrepid explorers before it is too late!?!
(1995) Animated feature set in 21st century New York City with a classic hard rock soundtrack. (90 mins) Dir. Gerald Polterton.
(1974). Aliens intend to take over the Earth and in case Godzilla tries to interfer they have built a mechanical version of him to battle it out. The Japanese uncut & letterboxed version will be shown Dir. Jun Fukuda. Starring : Godzilla. (97mins)
(1984) (80Ms) Directed by Charles Band, David Allen, John Carl Buechler, Stephen Ford, Peter Manoogian, Ted Nicolau and Rosemarie Turko. Starring: Richard Moll, Jeffrey Byron, Leslie Wing, Daniel Dion, Gina Calabrese. Mestema (Moll), a demonic wizard from another dimension, challenges a computer programmer (Byron) to a battle of sorcery versus technology where the prize is the programmer’s girl…and his immortal soul! Each challenge is a segment directed by Band’s production company’s stable of directors. Includes a soundtrack by (and segment starring) heavy metal rockers W.A.S.P. Fun fact: it was originally called “Ragewar”, but the U.S. distributors (Empire Pictures) changes the name to cash in on the growing popularity of a little role-playing game called ‘Dungeons and Dragons’.
(1979) Filmed entirely on location in the streets and clubs of New York City’s Lower East Side in 1979 and starring Richard Hell and Andy Warhol. (85 mins) Dir. Ulli Lommel.
(1980). McQueen’s last movie has him playing a born out of his time bounty hunter bringing in bail skippers in his beat-up old car. Dir. Buzz Kulik. Starring : Steve McQueen. (97mins)
(1985) (89Ms) Directed by Enzio G. Castellari. Starring: Eric Estrada, Michael Pritchard, Peggy Rowe, Ennio Girolami.
A mad scientist Dr. Yuri Soboda (Girolami) is threatening to destroy the city of San Francisco unless he is paid $10 million dollars. He has created a deadly laser cannon that can melt anything in its path. Top cop Ron Warren (Estrada) must track down this hi-tech terrorist before the city is blown to bits!
(2006). Ed “Big Daddy” Roth was a giant as an artist as well as a behemoth of a man. A true Renaissance man who engineered a shift in mid-20th century culture with his customized cars, monster t-shirts and America’s alternative rodent – Rat Fink. Dir. Ron Mann. (76 mins).
(2005). Recent documentary, with great interviews of his closest friends and family. Dir. Mimi Freedman. Starring : Steve McQueen. (87mins)
(1990) (92Ms) Directed by Dan Edwards (Edoardo Margheriti) Starring: Fred Williamson, Forry Smith, Debra Ward, David Light.
Chicago Cop Robert Malone (Williamson) needs a vacation and so he head off to Manila to relax. The good times are short lived, however, as Interpol calls on him to help them thwart a high-tech weapons smuggling ring. These criminals will pay dearly for wrecking his time-off!!!
(1984). “One of the great unrecorded groups in rock history” says Jello Biafra. The Screamers were an L.A. synthpunk band that was a part of the first wave of the L.A. punk scene. They never recorded but instead made the videos included in this presentation. Also incuded are shows from the Masque 12/16/77, the Whiskey 1/6/78, the Mabuhay 9/2/78 and the Whiskey 5/15/79. (No Director Credit). (88 mins).
(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?