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Check out this amazing video produced by RestoreRedHook.org. It beautifully explains what makes Red Hook special and how much damage the small-business owners suffered. It made me cry with love and appreciation over how remarkable our town is. There just aren’t words.
To help, consider giving to the local business community, most of whom are Red Hook Flicks sponsors. Here’s a list of donation sites.
– Rebuild Sunny’s
– Rebuild Home/Made
— Rebuild Steve’s Authentic Key Lime
– Rebuild the Bait & Tackle
– Rebuild the Good Fork
– Rebuild Fort Defiance
– Rebuild the Red Hook Lobster Pound
– Rebuild Metal & Thread
– Donate to Restore Red Hook, the local business fund that they all created together
Dear Red Hook Flicks supporters:
For the past three seasons, the local businesses of Red Hook have generously given their time and money to make our film series happen. We’ve had a magical time.
Now they need our help.
Most of our sponsors were flooded during Sandy and are having to rebuild from scratch. No power, no heat. Refrigerators gone. Everything destroyed. It’s going to be expensive and they can’t count on insurance. (Here’s why.)
So please think about donating to the various fundraising campaigns to rebuild our neighborhood and our vibrant local businesses, which are the heart and soul of Red Hook.
— Rebuild the Bait & Tackle
— Rebuild the Good Fork
— Rebuild Fort Defiance
— Rebuild the Red Hook Lobster Pound
— Rebuild Metal & Thread
— Donate Restore Red Hook, the local business fund that they all created together
Amy + The Red Hook Flicks volunteer team
The rain gods don’t love us. There is a 50% chance of rain all night. So BLADE will now be showing at the Red Hook Bait and Tackle (corner of Van Brunt and Pioneer streets).
The silver lining? Now you can have a beer with that beef brisket sandwich from Mile End Deli, popcorn from Home/Made and pies from Steve’s.
Show starts at 8:30 p.m. And yes kids are welcome, though this is an R movie. Just sayin’.
UPDATE: The BLADE show will go on regardless of weather. If it’s too wet at the pier, we will show the movie at the Red Hook Bait and Tackle. We will make a rain call by 6 p.m. Watch this space for the decision.
Wesley Snipes, Kris Kristofferson, and Stephen Dorff battle it out against a smokin techno soundtrack for the future of the human race in the 90s cult-classic vampire flick, BLADE. Forget everything you learned about vampires in Twilight–not to mention that whole Lilith thing on True Blood. This is one serious blood god we’re up against and the Daywalker is our only hope. Check out the trailer here.
As always, the show starts at 8:30 p.m. But come early for dinner from MILE END DELI and THE O’CONNELL ORGANIZATION. They are serving cured and smoked beef brisket on housebaked rye with mustard. It’s just $8.
Plus, we have popcorn from Home/Made (1$) and tarts from Steve’s Authentic Key Lime Pies ($3). And don’t miss the pre-show entertainment of an old Popeye cartoon brought to us by Sunny’s Bar.
Nut up or shut up!
That’s right ZOMBIELAND, the new zombie cult classic, is coming to Valentino Pier on Tuesday, August 7.
And for all of you who have been trying — and failing — to eat at POK POK, they are the evening’s sponsor, along with REALTY COLLECTIVE. That means… POK POK for dinner!
What’s on the menu? Khao Man Som Tams. What’s that you ask? Here’s what Pok Pok says…
Khao Man Som Tam is a sweet shredded pork cooked in palm sugar and black soy over coconut rice, topped with fried shallots and cilantro, and served with a side of Papaya salad.
We also have popcorn from Home/Made ($1) and tarts from Steve’s Authentic Key Lime Pies ($3). All proceeds benefit Red Hook Flicks.
And don’t forget to come early to catch the Popeye cartoon brought to us by Sunny’s Bar.
Film rolls at 8:30-ish.
Prepare to be scared.
Thirty three years after Ridley Scott’s original ALIEN terrified audiences …. it comes to Valentino Pier. See it on July 31.
Dinner comes courtesy of our sponsors, WATERFRONT KITCHENS and MARK’S PIZZA. Plus we have excellent movie snacks: popcorn from Home/Made for $1 and key lime tarts from Steve’s for $3.
Film rolls around 8:45 p.m. Our weekly installment of Popeye cartoons, brought to us by Sunny’s Bar, shows at 8:30 p.m.
Come early to get a good spot on the lawn. Film rolls around 8:30 p.m.
I love, love, love How to Train Your Dragon. I resisted seeing it — because it’s animated — and left wondering why I’d ever hesitated. The story is great, the dragons are adorable and it’s fun for everyone.
Don’t miss your chance to see it down at Valentino Pier on July 24. It will be memorable. It’s not just for kids. Trust me; you’ll be crying.
Plus, the main dragon looks just like Mr. Red Hook Flicks’ (that’s The Colonel to Red Hookers) cat, Dakota. It’s uncanny really.
Sponsors Brooklyn Ice House and Pickett Furniture are bringing the food. The menu isn’t set yet, but they always do kid-friendly fare (an adult guilty pleasure). Think mac and cheese, pulled pork and more.
We start the show with a Popeye cartoon brought to us by Sunny’s Bar.
Don’t forget the popcorn, either, from Home/Made and Key Lime Pie from Steve’s. Excellent snacks. We’ll also have kid-appropriate drinks on hand.
Film rolls around 8:30 p.m. (or when the light allows).
- Quiet, leashed dogs are welcome
- Move lawn chairs to the back and sides of the screening area
- Bikes should be locked to the fence, not brought on the lawn
- Drink at your own risk. The cops ticket
- The nearest bathroom is at Fairway
- Have fun!