2014 brought two full-length documentaries about the D.C. hardcore scene in the ‘80s, in addition to an episode of Dave Grohl’s roving HBO music series Sonic Highways. That might lead to information overload, especially with a big cast overlap between the three programs. But despite the potential overexposure of stories about Dischord’s glory days, you might consider heading to the encore screening of Scott Crawford’s Salad Days: the D.C. Punk Revolution at the Black Cat on Boxing Day. You’ll be able to check out the film in one of the scene’s most important venues and, since its four scheduled screenings at the AFI Silver Theatre have already sold out, you’ve got a better chance of actually getting in. If the stories recounted in the film seem too familiar, ask the venue’s regulars for their tales. Talking during the movie is much more kosher at a bar than a theater. The film shows at 9 p.m. at the Black Cat, 1811 14th St. NW. $8. (202) 667-4490. blackcatdc.com.