Season 2 Of Cinema Nova’s Cultastrophe Titles Revealed!
Cinema Nova are doing wonderful work in Melbourne, and they are continuing to bring great things to the fans of cult cinema.
They are not ending their run of Cult films on Friday nights, oh no folks, Cultastrophe Season 2 is a go and the titles have been revealed. So what exactly can fans expect to see this around? Well check them out …
Screening the first Saturday of every month, with a late session.
Bring your friends, enjoy the musing of Tommy Wiseau and wonder just what planet he is from, and why the heck Lisa wants to tear him apart. OH HI MARK!
ALL SUPERHEROES MUST DIE
Screening August 16th at 9:45pm
This is the film that will mark the start of Season 2 of Cultastrophe, a wicked film from us here at Monster Pictures. Dress up as your favourite Superhero and you could win a giveaway. An event not to be missed folks! Bonus points if your superhero of choice is related the either HUMAN CENTIPEDE films.
Screening August 23rd at 9:45pm
WWII and a mad scientist creating an army of undead soldiers, seriously why haven’t you signed up yet? The contains practical make-up effects, so you know it is going to be yummy! Read more on our Monster feature on Frankenstein On The Screen.
MANIAC (1980) with MANIAC (2012)
Screening August 30th at 9:45pm
Here is a very rare chance to catch both the original MANIAC and the remake back to back on the big screen! These controversial films go hand in hand and if you are a fan of either, this is an unmissable event. From the grimy streets on NY to the creepy streets of LA, the slash is on!
HAIR METAL NIGHT
Screening September 6th at 9:45
A double feature of HEAVY METAL PARKING LOT and GOD BLESS OZZY OSBOURNE, for giveaway prizes come along wearing acid wash and mullets! You know you want to, especially for the chance to show off a mullet!
CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST – The Directors Cut
Screening September 13th at 9:45pm
What an amazing opportunity to see the director’s cut of a film that was banned in Australia for a very long time. This film really made way for the found footage film, it was so frightening at the time director Ruggero Deodato actually had to prove the cast were alive.
RAY HARRYHAUSEN – SPECIAL EFFECTS TITAN
Screening September 20th at 9:45pm
Here is your chance to attend the premiere screening of the documentary profiling one heck of a career with legend Ray Harryhausen. The film contains interviews with such directors as Steven Spielberg, Guillermo Del Toro and Peter Jackson!
Screening October 4th at 9:45pm
Check out the classic anime film, this was a huge inspiration for Darren Aronofsky and his film BLACK SWAN. This is a great chance to catch this on the big screen, a film that should be seen by all film fans.
HOUSE BY THE CEMETERY
Screening October 11th at 9:45pm
A Lucio Fulci classic, this is screening in Italian with English subtitles. Melbourne loves them some Fulci and if you haven’t caught this on big screen yet, definitely take this chance. If anything you’re in for one heck of a visual feast!
KING OF NEW YORK
Screening October 18th at 9:45pm
Abel Ferrara and Christopher Walker, is there anything better? I mean really, these two together is absolute gold. SEE IT!
HALLOWEEN DOUBLE FEATURE
Screening October 25th at 9:45pm
Celebrate Halloween in style with two absolute classic films from the master of horror Lucio Fulci, as I said Melbourne can’t get enough of the man. Screening this night are THE BEYOND and CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD, Both films will screen in Italian and have English subtitles.
Screening November 1st at 9:45pm
From one master to another, Mario Bava is a cinema legend and this is one of his best known films. With Barbara Steele, this is a classic Italian film, full of atmosphere. This will screen in Italian with English subtitles.
Screening November 8th at 9:45pm
An Australian cinema masterpiece, watch as Nicole Kidman has the best hair of the 80’s! Brian Trenchard-Smith is a legend so go and celebrate his awesomeness with this one.
LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT (1972)
Screening November 15th at 9:45pm
The debut film from Wes Craven is a horror classic, the film was banned in Australia for many years and what a chance to see this on the big screen. Enjoy the crazy David Hess as Krug, the bumbling cops (with Sensai Kreese) and the soap opera actor parents. Remember folks ITS ONLY A MOVIE, ONLY A MOVIE, ONLY A MOVIE.
Head to the Cinema Nova website to get your tickets – www.cinemanova.com.au