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MIDNIGHT MOVIE ROUND UP (JULY 18TH - 19TH)

Once again, it’s time to ring in the weekend by staying up late and taking in a few old favorites. This weekend sees a rare 35mm print screening at The Coolidge of Ken Russell’s 1971 classic The Devils, starring Oliver Reed and Vanessa Redgrave. 202 more words

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A VERY GOTHIC ANNIVERSARY (MELB)

Monday July 21st at 7:30pm is a bit of a must see Double Feature at Melbourne’s exquisite Astor Theatre. 2014 sees two anniversaries for comic book fans, and we’re celebrating with a special Double Feature. 280 more words

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EXTREME MARTIAL ARTS WITH RIKI-OH (WA)

This Friday July 11th and Sat July 12th, The Grand Illusion in Seattle has some fairly brutal cult martial arts in store. In RIKI-OH: THE STORY OF RICKY (1991) the year is 2001. 97 more words

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MOVIE REVIEW | ***CULT WEEK*** Hairspray (1988)


When I think of John Waters, I think of big, broad, colourful movies. Even at their darkest or most depraved, they still have an optimism and enthusiasm that manages to make that darkness and depravity almost sweet.   528 more words

MOVIE REVIEW | ***CULT WEEK*** Pink Flamingos (1972)


A woman eats actual dog shit. A man robs women by tying a sausage to his exposed ding dong. A mother goes down on her son. 677 more words

MOVIE REVIEW | ***CULT WEEK*** Subway (1985)


Consistency within a specific genre of film making can be a tricky thing. When does a strong, individual style become boring and derivative? When do quirks become crutches? 674 more words

MOVIE REVIEW | ***CULT WEEK*** Le Famme Nikita (1990)


Luc Besson’s name is attached to some of the best B grade, genre movies of the last quarter of a century. As a writer, director or producer, he’s been involved in cheesy, action awesomeness like… 500 more words