Saturday Night Shock: An American Werewolf in London

American Werewolf

Saturday Night Shock presents: **American Werewolf in London**
A film that is BOTH terrifying and funny at the same time. This John Landis landmark depicts the story of two college yanks wandering the English moors on vacation, David (David Naughton) and Jack (Griffin Dunne) happen upon a quaint pub with a mysterious patronage who warn them not to leave the road when walking after dark. Irreverent of such advice as characters in horror films always are, the two decide to find a short cut….and the rest is just EPIC! Tickets at this link.
Film starts 8pm.
“A naked American man stole my balloons.”

The Friday Film Session: The Terminator

The Terminator

The Friday Film Session presents – **Terminator**
We wanted to play tribute to this film epic (is 1 or 2 better that is the question!) with another Friday Film Session here at the nest. You know the plot surely by now? In 1984 Los Angeles, a Terminator, a cyborg assassin programmed to kill a young woman named Sarah Connor, arrives from the future. Shortly afterwards, Kyle Reese, a soldier sent to protect Connor from the Terminator, arrives. After which all sorts of awesome mayhem erupts! Our own personal favourite scene is the ‘nightclub’, cannot wait to see it on the BIG screen. Tickets here.
As ever expect themed drinks and eats on the night.
MB xx

The Film Edit: Big Trouble in Little China

Big Trouble

The Film Edit presents **Big Trouble in Little China**

Can you feel the anticipation for this one?! We have and so let’s all just have a riotous party watching BIG TROUBLE on the BIG SCREEN. Oh the plot….

Somewhere in the 80s, trucker Jack Burton arrives in a small town to deliver his cargo and win a few bucks playing cards with the locals down at the Chinese market. Practically bankrupting nearly all of his opponents, his friend Wang bets him a game of “double or nothing” to try and regain his cash and loses. Jack wants his well earned money, but Wang explains he doesn’t have the cash on him and that’ll he pay later because he’s due to pick up a long, lost girlfriend from the airport. Convinced Wang’s pulling something sly, Jack insists he drive Wang to the airport so they can stick together. However, at the airport Wang’s girlfriend is captured by the Lords of Death, a streetwise Chinatown gang. She is essential for an upcoming plan to revive a thousand year old Chinese sorcerer and bring him back to the world as a mortal again. So begins a daring adventure to rescue Wang’s girl and stop the ruthless operation that’s going on down in Little China. Teaming up with a cast of very different individuals, Jack and Wang delve deep into an uncovering conspiracy in which everything’s not exactly as it seems. Here comes big trouble… Tickets here.

“Are you ready Jack? I was BORN ready.”

Film plays 8pm.

MB xx

Event cinema: True Romance

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Event cinema presenting **TRUE ROMANCE**
This is so cool. The Tarantino written, Tony Scott directed film will be screened for one night here at The Mockingbird nest.
This is the kind of movie that creates its own kind of universe and what a universe it is. This film marries both action and dark comedy into one irresistable package and now it is time see it on the big screen.
As ever with our event cinema nights expect soundtrack plays, themed food, cocktails and perhaps some surprises on the night too. MB xx
Film screens 8pm, tickets on sale HERE.
“Naw man you were cooler than cool”.


The Film Edit: The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

The Film Edit presents **The Breakfast Club**
Join us as we screen this iconic portrait of 1980’s American high school life. As Saturday detention begins they were simply Jock, the Princess, the Brain, the Criminal and the Basket Case but by the afternoon they become closer than any of them could have imagined.
This film is the pinnacle of 80’s stardom starring Molly Ringwood, Emilio Estevez and others. This is the film that defined an entire generation and one to watch.
Limited early bird tickets are on sale at £3 but be quick to get these as we are sure this one will be uber popular.
Film screens 8pm.

Event cinema: Taxi Driver

Taxi Driver

The Mockingbird is pleased to present event cinema with **TAXI DRIVER**
“All the animals come out at night” and one of them is about to snap. In this Scorsese classic ex Marine, Travis Bickle (played by Robert De Niro) is a suffering insomniac working the nightshift driving his cab throughout a decaying mid-70s New York City, wishing for a a real acid rain to clear the streets from scum. The film portrays Travis as an outsider, a loner and someone who cannot connect with any other human being. After meeting blonde presidential campaign worker Betsy (Cybill Shepherd) he quickly becomes obsessed over her and with his actions spiralling from the very wrong to becoming a saviour for the people.
This is a film for the senses and we cannot wait!
As ever we’ll be playing the soundtrack throughout the night and will be serving some tasty NYC inspired hot dogs too!
MB xx

Sounds Films Live: The Blues Brothers


Nadafilm brings live music to the world of iconic films. Seminal soundtracks are bought to life by the accompaniment of a live band before, during and after the feature presentation.
This is not a live score, nor a foyer band, this is a carefully selected schedule of your favourite film with intermissions of live music. Throw in at-seat service of craft beer and snacks, themed decor and prepare yourself to see films in a way in which you’ve never seen them before.
Tickets are right HERE.
Comedy classic from the ‘Saturday Night Live’ stable which comes packed with car chases, music and cameo appearances. Blues brothers Jake and Elwood (John Belushi and Dan Ackroyd) have sold their souls to rhythm’n’blues, but still lend a hand when the church orphanage in which they were raised is threatened with closure. Resolving to get their old band together and stage a fund-raising gig, the brothers have God on their side but everyone else against them – and that includes a bunch of Country and Western rednecks, an angry chapter of neo-Nazi thugs, the massed ranks of the Chicago police force, and Jake’s psychotic ex-girlfriend Camille (Carrie Fisher).
Live Music
Tom Walker (Vocals / Guitar) Deano Bass (Bass Guitar) & Jim Simpson (Drum Set)
Doors 8pm (arrive 7.30pm)