Honolulu Horror Nights: Horror in February at Hawaiian Brian's
Honolulu Horror Nights hosts monthly film screenings of independent, international, and art-house horror films. Our next film was chosen by the audience - you! Film descriptors: Korean, murder mystery, crime, genre-bending (e.g., ghosts, zombies, religion, body horror). For the first time ever, this event is now 18 and up! Tell your friends!
On the night of the event, Hnl Poke Company will be selling food inside Hawaiian Brian's! There is also a pool hall and a vegan speakeasy, Wild Orange, inside of the venue. Popcorn is free, and snacks, drinks, and merch, which is made and printed by local artists, will be for sale at the event. Parking can be validated and will cost you $2 cash when you leave the venue.
This is a donation-based, not-for-profit event. Although we encourage $15+ per ticket, we will accept any donation. On Humanitix, we require at least a $5 donation for a pre-sale ticket. Free tickets may be available on the day of the event. Please keep in mind that all proceeds go to paying the workers and sponsoring the next event - your donations keep this event running!
6:00-6:30PM Social Hour
Horror movie fans can connect, grab a drink/snack and seat, and build community before the screening.
6:30-7:00PM Local Horror Short Screening
We will feature a local horror short, with opportunity for Q&A with the filmmakers.
7:00-9:30PM Film Screening
Seats and tables will be provided. Please feel free to bring anything that will make you feel more comfortable.
9:30-10:00PM Social Hour
Connecting with others and discussion about the film is highly encouraged! Mahalo for your support.