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HEREDITARY GIVEAWAY (In CINEMAS JUNE 7th)

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Thanks to the awesome people at STUDIOCANAL we’re giving you the chance to win 1 of 10 double in-season passes to Toni Collette's latest film Hereditary, which is freaking out audiences worldwide. For your chance to win, simply head over to our Facebook page here and find the Hereditary post for details to go in the draw. Couldn’t be simpler!
This film tells the story of the Graham family and the secrets that hide in the depths of their complex relationships. Mysteriously captivating, psychologically thrilling, and paranormally charged, Hereditary proves that family is inescapable.
Hereditary hits cinemas Australia wide on June 7th, 2018.

Japanese Film Festival (JFF) Fringe May 30 - August 29, 2018

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For those who missed the Japanese Film Festival (JFF) earlier this year, you're in luck. Because an off-season program called JFF Fringe, which will feature four contemporary Japanese films has just been announced. The films will be screened once only over the period of May 30 - August 29, 2018 at Sydney's Event Cinemas George St and Event Cinemas Brisbane City Myer Centre.
Tickets are $15 each and are on sale at participating cinemas' box offices and online.
For further details head over to www.japanesefilmfestival.net/jff-fringe-2018

Screening Schedule:
May 30 - Gintama Lightening the mood is the live-action gag-comedy Gintama, set in an alternate universe where feudal Japan is occupied by aliens.

June 27 - Honnouji Hotel Present meets past in the Australian premiere of Honnouji Hotel, an entertaining period film with a fantasy twist.

July 30 - In This Corner of the World The beautifully hand-drawn animation In This Corner of the World is a realistic and moving film that w…

TO INFINITY WAR AND BEYOND: EPISODE NINETEEN - AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR

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This is it! The moment we’ve all been waiting for.

Strap yourselves in, because like Infinity War, we’re going long!

Topics discussed include: Comic Book Event films, 10 years of universe story building paying off?, Christof’s bladder humblebrag, Starlord’s kind of a dick, Dr Strange is finally allowed to do Magic, Infinity War MVP's, and Can I have your arm?

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10 Easter Eggs tucked away in Netflix's Lost In Space

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Netflix’s new science fiction extravaganza Lost In Space has been out since April 13, plenty of time for fans to binge the ten-part series.

And what they found alongside the updated adventures of the space family Robinson was a lot of surprises for those who remember the original 1960s series.

Here’s ten nods to the past hidden away by Netflix:




WARNING: DANGER LOST IN SPACE FANS! MULTIPLE SPOILERS AHEAD!


1: The series theme song. Listen closely and a few seconds into the credits theme the music subtly warps into the original’s (second) theme tune, written by Star Wars composer John Williams.

2: Bill Mumy pops up. Mumy, the original Will Robinson, appears in the opening episode as the real Dr Smith, laying injured in a corridor, a victim of the attack on The Resolute and uttering just one line before his identity is stolen by…

3: June Harris (played by Parker Posey), a murderous criminal desperate to escape Earth. Her character’s name is a clear nod to the original Dr Smith actor…