Brooklyn's premier dinner-and-a-movie venue takes the late-night double-feature format to extremes. Nitehawk's overnight horror-film fest features five genre classics: An American Werewolf in London (dir. John Landis, 1981); Burn Witch Burn (dir. Sidney Hayers, 1962); Fright Night (dir. Tom Holland, 1985); The Burning (dir. Tony Maylam, 1981); and Dawn of the Dead (dir. George A. Romero, 1978). An after-hours menu will be available until 2am, and you can order drink specials like There Will Be Blood (bourbon, grenadine and lemon) until 4am, plus tickets include unlimited popcorn and coffee to help keep you going. A trivia quiz with Fangoria's Sam Zimmerman and a costume contest will liven up the breaks—but you'll probably want to consider comfort if you dude yourself up as a zombie or vampire. A free buffet breakfast (cereal at 5am, eggs and bacon at 6am) will be served to those who make it through the night.