at Palace Cinemas
Thursday, 7 July 2011 from 12:00 AM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) + Add to calendar07/07/2011 00:0007/07/2011 00:00Australia/SydneyThe Killage ScreeningThe Killage Screening Thursday, 7 July 2011 from 12:00 AM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser Rita Artmann 0422202304 email@example.com Address Palace Cinemas 39 James st Fortitude Valley QLD 4006 Australia Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/5783Palace Cinemas
39 James st
Fortitude Valley QLD 4006
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"The Killage" will be screening on the 7th of July at Palace cinemas. The film will start at 6.45pm but guests are welcome to turn up anytime from 6.30pm onwards. It is an independent shlock horror/ comedy. This is the ONLY sreening of this film and your only chance to watch it with the actors so do not miss out on a ticket. The film will only be shown again after distribution. Dress code is a minimum of smart casual but feel free to dress up. The Killage is rated MA 15+ Strong violence and coarse language. The screening is open for all suitable ages. NO recording material is to be taken inside the cinema. Get your tickets now as there won't be any available to buy on the night!!!! All proceeds go to the hiring of the venue.
A group of eleven recruits, composed entirely of excruciating social stereotypes, and one dorky camp instructor, embark on a weekend-long work retreat in the quasi-wilderness of northern south-east Queensland. Everything goes relatively smoothly, that is to say, lamely, until (you guessed it) one of the group turns out to be a homicidal maniac hell-bent on dispatching the others in a variety of creative ways. The only question is, who is the killer? Is it the jock? The goth? The crippled asshole? Only time, and a suitable bodycount, will tell. Based on the Pulitzer-Prize-winning novel (sic), The Killage is a wacky, fright-filled journey into the darkest recesses of the human intestines. Bring a box of tissues. Written by Joe Bauer
39 James st Fortitude Valley QLD 4006, Australia