Mar 31, 17 Colossal


We have 5 double in-season passes for COLOSSAL

For your chance to win a double pass, answer the question below:

“What colossal effect would you like to leave on the world?”

Put your answer on Twitter (with the hashtag #SheIsColossal), Facebook, or below!

In Cinemas APRIL 13


Gloria (Anne Hathaway) is an out-of-work party girl who, after getting kicked out of her apartment by her boyfriend, is forced to leave her life in New York and move back to her hometown. When news reports surface that a giant creature is destroying Seoul, South Korea, Gloria gradually comes to the realisation that she is somehow connected to this far-off phenomenon. As events begin to spin out of control, Gloria must determine why her seemingly insignificant existence has such a colossal effect on the fate of the world.

Deconstructing the monster movie genre in wildly imaginative ways, writer-director Nacho Vigalondo (TIMECRIMES, EXTRATERRESTRIAL, OPEN WINDOWS) unleashes a fantastical tale that also triumphs as a wholly original and subversive romantic comedy. Featuring an empowering central performance by Anne Hathaway — playing a train-wreck fumbling toward redemption as she did in RACHEL GETTING MARRIED — COLOSSAL is that rare beast, the story of a woman battling for her survival and taking control of her own life in the shadow of two very different monsters on either side of the world. Releasing at Palace Centro from April 13.

Thanks to Transmission Films

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Tommy Wiseau’s The Room

Mar 30, 17 Tommy Wiseau’s The Room

We have 2 double pass experiences for the TOMMY WISEAU’S THE ROOM, from 7pm Friday 7 April, at The New Globe Theatre

For your chance to win a double pass answer the following question:

“What’s your favourite thing to do with a spoon?”

Put your answer on Twitter (with hashtag #TheRoom), Facebook, or below!

Only ONE experience – can’t be missed!

Kristian Fletcher presents the Brisbane return of Tommy Wiseau’s 2003 cult classic…


Dubbed the ‘Citizen Kane of bad movies’, don’t miss Tommy Wiseau’s so-bad-it’s-good film in all its glory; a piece of cinema so awful that it has become a cult phenomenon!

Audiences around the world have embraced Wiseau’s film, dressing up as their favourite characters, throwing plastic spoons at the screen and yelling insulting comments about the quality of the film.

THE ROOM is a truly unforgettable film with glaring plot holes, strange editing and a bizarre lead performance from Wiseau himself. Set in San Francisco, THE ROOM tells of a love triangle involving Johnny, his friend Mark, and Johnny’s fiancée Lisa – who is sleeping with both men!

Dress up as your favourite character – PRIZES FOR THE BEST DRESSED

Tickets $15.00 per person + 50 cent booking fee!

18+ event – drinks available for purchase at the bar.

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Spanish Film Festival 2017

Mar 27, 17 Spanish Film Festival 2017


We have 5 double passes to the preview screening of the SPANISH FILM FESTIVAL 2017: 6:30pm, Friday 7 April at Palace Barracks Cinemas for the film “SUMMER 1993”

For your chance to win a prize, simply answer the following question:

“What film do you want to see at the Spanish Film Festival 2017?”

Post your answer on our Facebook page, on twitter (#SpanishFilmFest) or below!


Season runs 27 April – 14 May


Exclusively at Palace Barracks & Centro Cinemas, the Spanish Film Festival is excited to announce a sneak peak of it’s 2017 program. These highlights will form part of a specially selected program of films and events celebrating all things Spanish for the festivals 20th edition.

The festival will kick off with the sexy and daring Spanish box office hit KIKI, LOVE TO LOVE (KIKI, EL AMOR SE HACE). The third film from director Paco León, this hilarious and complex comedy explores love, sex and marriage through five interwoven stories taking place over a long hot summer in Madrid. With León’s work drawing parallels from critics to that of acclaimed Spanish auteur Pedro Almodóvar – this is a colourful and fun opening night film will be followed by a party, catering and dancing in each city.

For more films, check out the the full program here #spanishfilmfest.

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Monty Python Double Feature

Mar 24, 17 Monty Python Double Feature


We have 3 double pass experiences for the MONTY PYTHON DOUBLE FEATURE, from 7pm Friday 31 March, at Metro Arts Cinema

For your chance to win a double pass answer the following question:

“What’s your favourite Monty Python quote?”

Put your answer on Twitter (with hashtag #MontyPythonDouble), Facebook, or below!

Only ONE experience – can’t be missed!

It’s back to the Seventies as Kristian Fletcher Events and Metro Arts present a double feature of the infamous Monty Python movies…

MONTY PYTHON & THE HOLY GRAIL (1975) (85 min) (PG) – Screening 7pm
King Arthur and his knights embark on a low-budget search for the Grail, encountering many, very silly obstacles.

LIFE OF BRIAN (1979) (90 min) (M) – Screening 8.30pm
Brian is born on the original Christmas, in the stable next door. He spends his life being mistaken for a messiah.

With licensed bar
Double feature $16.00 per person + booking fee

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Mar 23, 17 Denial

We have 10 double passes for the preview screening of DENIAL, 6:30pm, Monday 3 April, at New Farm Cinemas.

For your chance to win a double pass, answer the question below:

“What truth are you willing to fight for?”

Put your answer on Twitter (with the hashtag #Denial), Facebook, or below!

In Cinemas APRIL 13
But see it first, at the preview screening!


Denial is a riveting drama about the real-life showdown between American historian Deborah Lipstadt and notorious English Holocaust denier David Irving. In 1993, Lipstadt publishes a book called “Denying the Holocaust”, in which she refers to Irving as a denier. Soon after, he sues her for defamation under English law, where the burden of proof is on the accused. The whole world may know that the Holocaust happened, but now, Deborah and her legal team need to prove it. Featuring a powerhouse performance from Rachel Weisz, Denial is the inspirational story of one woman’s fight for historical truth, and a timely reminder that the truth itself can withstand even the most aggressive and persistent falsification.

Directed by Mick Jackson and starring Rachel Weisz, Timothy Spall and Tom Wilkinson

Thanks to EntertainmentOne



This is the kind of movie that is made for truth and sometimes truth doesn’t always come with fanfare and a lawyer at the end screaming “You can’t handle the truth!” Denial relies on facts to move it’s story forward rather than emotional manipulation. It’s a movie based on true events, not “inspired” by them. The court scenes alone were written verbatim from actual transcripts. And it is far from being void of emotion. In fact, by the end of the movie I was as nervous a wreck as if I were Deborah Lipstadt herself, despite knowing the outcome of the trial.

The whole film has a gripping undercurrent of emotion as we watch the character of Lipstadt struggle with letting others speak for her when she craves giving herself and Holocaust survivors their own voice. And it is because of the film’s lack of embellishment that we get a chance to listen with objective ears to the question at hand: can the Holocaust be scrutinised and proved without eyewitnesses? Can facts alone say it did happen?

As for the actors, they provide all the human insight needed to make this film come alive. Some reviews point out that the script didn’t provide an emotional catharsis, but Denial wasn’t meant to be a weeper. It made its point very clearly with sublime and refreshing (and I mean refreshing) calm.


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