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Rashomon

Rashomon

Long before Quentin Tarantino was filing away endless VHS tapes as a video store clerk while dreaming up his signature approach to unconventional cinematic story logic that twists narrative structure and messes with an audience’s response to time – there was Akira Kurosawa‘s indelibly awesome (not to mention monumentally influential) RASHOMON. Brimming with action while… Continue Reading

Zodiac

Zodiac

The American Genre Film Archive‘s new remaster of director Tom Hanson‘s exploitative cinematic oddity THE ZODIAC KILLER, is getting some big screen time at the Rio Theatre as part of a double bill with David Fincher‘s cult-classic ZODIAC (Jake Gyllenhaal, Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Anthony Edwards) on Sunday, August 13. Tom Hanson – who… Continue Reading

The Zodiac Killer (1971)

The Zodiac Killer (1971)

The American Genre Film Archive‘s new remaster of director Tom Hanson‘s exploitative cinematic oddity THE ZODIAC KILLER, is getting some big screen time at the Rio Theatre as part of a double bill with David Fincher‘s cult-classic ZODIAC (Jake Gyllenhaal, Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Anthony Edwards) on Sunday, August 13. Tom Hanson – who… Continue Reading

Batman: The Movie (1966)

Batman: The Movie (1966)

Kaaapowie! Holy feature film, Batman … This one based on the tongue-in-cheek, campy 1960’s television series which helped form the basis of so many of the modern super hero films that are such a staple in pop-culture and movideom. The late, great Adam West‘s portrayal of Gotham’s mysterious Dark Knight will undoubtedly always be a… Continue Reading

Leon: The Professional

Leon: The Professional

Join us on Thursday, July 20 for a double double bill bill featuring two (two!) phenomenal titles from director Luc Besson and two (two!) memorable performances from Gary Oldman – LEON: THE PROFESSIONAL at 6:30 pm followed by THE FIFTH ELEMENT at 9:00 pm. LEON: THE PROFESSIONAL Doors 6:00 pm | Movie 6:30 pm Single… Continue Reading

Bottle Rocket

Bottle Rocket

We’re toasting one of our faaaaavourite contemporary writer-directors, Wes Anderson, with a double bill night featuring two of our favourites of his – his first feature, BOTTLE ROCKET (1996) followed by THE DARJEELING LIMITED (2007). See one, or see them both for one sweet price! Tuesday, July 11 BOTTLE ROCKET Doors 6:30 pm | Movie… Continue Reading

T2 Trainspotting

T2 Trainspotting

“Choose life… But why would I want to do a thing like that?” Not only did Danny Boyle manage to put Irvine Welsh‘s “unadaptable” novel ‘Trainspotting’ on celluloid, but he did it with such kinetic, frenetic and phenomenally stylish aplomb that he also managed to craft one of the 90s most singularly defining films –… Continue Reading

Trainspotting (1996)

Trainspotting (1996)

“Choose life… But why would I want to do a thing like that?” Not only did Danny Boyle manage to put Irvine Welsh‘s “unadaptable” novel ‘Trainspotting’ on celluloid, but he did it with such kinetic, frenetic and phenomenally stylish aplomb that he also managed to craft one of the 90s most singularly defining films –… Continue Reading

Hard Boiled

Hard Boiled

Legendary Hong Kong director John Woo‘s kinetic extravaganza HARD BOILED thrilled critics and audiences around the world with its over-the-top, highly stylized action sequences and choreographed gunplay when it was released in 1992, and it is no less stunning 25 years later – making it a perfect popcorn-fueled Friday Late Night Movie on June 16.… Continue Reading

Hounds of Love

Hounds of Love

Following rapturous responses from festival critics and audience around the world, Ben Young‘s chilling crime thriller HOUNDS OF LOVE has quietly emerged be the breakout, must-see indie Australian film of 2017; “…the rarest of beasts: a directorial debut that’s not only tonally flawless but also manages to radically re-imagine an entire genre.” (L.A. Times) HOUNDS… Continue Reading