November 18

We Hate Movies

SPECIAL EVENT

We Hate Movies

In 2010 Andrew Jupin, Chris Cabin, Eric Szyszka and Stephen Sajdak lived in Astoria, Queens, had too much time on their hands, and spent most of their free time watching bad movies and making fun of them over a cold beer or seven. As podcasts were just coming into prominence, they decided it might be a good idea to put a few mics in the room under the impression that the time spent on these conversations might yield something productive. Well, that never happened, but hundreds of episodes later the gang has tackled all manner of movies—good, bad and otherwise, and created a brand of comedy that’s simultaneously irreverent, profane, and welcoming.

11/18/2021 7:00 PM

Door Time: 6:00 PM

Other Showtimes

-Show attendees must display that they are fully vaccinated by presenting a vaccination card, electronic medical record, or other form of proof.

-Masks are required at all times when not at your table and when interacting with staff.
-Tickets are non-refundable/transferable for any patron(s) that do not provide a vaccination card and valid government ID before entry.
There is no re-entry once patrons have left the building. Doors are closed 30 minutes after showtime and unused tickets are void/non-refundable.


In 2010 Andrew Jupin, Chris Cabin, Eric Szyszka and Stephen Sajdak lived in Astoria, Queens, had too much time on their hands, and spent most of their free time watching bad movies and making fun of them over a cold beer or seven. As podcasts were just coming into prominence, they decided it might be a good idea to put a few mics in the room under the impression that the time spent on these conversations might yield something productive. Well, that never happened, but hundreds of episodes later the gang has tackled all manner of movies—good, bad and otherwise, and created a brand of comedy that’s simultaneously irreverent, profane, and welcoming.

In 2010 Andrew Jupin, Chris Cabin, Eric Szyszka and Stephen Sajdak lived in Astoria, Queens, had too much time on their hands, and spent most of their free time watching bad movies and making fun of them over a cold beer or seven. As podcasts were just coming into prominence, they decided it might be a good idea to put a few mics in the room under the impression that the time spent on these conversations might yield something productive. Well, that never happened, but hundreds of episodes later the gang has tackled all manner of movies—good, bad and otherwise, and created a brand of comedy that’s simultaneously irreverent, profane, and welcoming.