Why not try a late-night double bill instead
of staying up allnight? We kick off at 11.30pm and finish around 4.00am.
Free Redbull, Ben & Jerry's and all for a tenner!
Dir. Neil Marshall, UK 2002, Runtime:
105 mins, English
Prince Charles is rumoured to have described this film as “absolutely f**king
ace” and we are inclined to agree. It is an unoriginal idea, told in the
same old way, using low budget special effects with an average cast. Yet somehow
it all gels in the right way to make one fantastic fun-filled movie.
If you missed this at the cinema first time around… well
shame on you – come and see it here and in a double-bill with the fabulous...
BROTHERHOOD OF THE WOLF (Le Pacte des loups)
Dir. Christophe Gans, France 2001, Runtime:
In 1765 a mysterious creature was stalking the mountains of southern France, a
‘beast’ ferociously attacking humans and animals alike. Indeed the
beast became so notorious that the King dispatched envoys to hunt and to kill
the creature. The Beast of Gevaudan had killed over 100 people, to this day yet
no one is entirely sure what it was. Wolf? Hyena? Or something supernatural?
TREAT YOURSELF TO A LATE NIGHT BITE...