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Movies break the mould at Cinema Nova

Subversive, underground, cult gems will be screening every Friday night throughout this new cinema series. Jumping from spaghetti western to blaxploitation, punk rock science fiction to grindhouse fare, film critic Zak Hepburn has curated an outlandish programme. Each session will kick off with a tailored introduction to set the scene, followed by custom madcap reel, which will feature retro advertisements, trailers and other interstitial clips. Films are screened at 9.45pm every Friday and the programme is as follows – check Cinema Nova for more details.


Aug 16: All Superheroes Must Die (2011)
Aug 23: Frankenstein's Army (2013)
Aug 30: Maniac (1980)
Aug 30: Maniac (2012)
Sep 6: Hair Metal Night
Sep 7: The Room (2003)
Sep 13: Cannibal Holocaust - The Director's Cut (1980)
Sep 20: Ray Harryhausen - Special Effects Titan (2011)
Oct 4: Perfect Blue (1997)
Oct 5: The Room (2003)
Oct 11: House by the Cemetery (1981)
Oct 18: The King of New York (1990)
Oct 25: Halloween double feature
Nov 1: Black Sunday (1960)
Nov 2: The Room (2003)
Nov 8: BMX Bandits (1983)
Nov 15: Last House on the Left (2009)

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380 Lygon St, Carlton 3053

Telephone 03 9347 5331

Price $12.00 to $17.00

Date Fri 15 Nov 2013

Open 9.45pm

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