Don’t Miss Mandy on Thursday Evening

Seriously, you don’t want to miss the chance to see (and hear) the brilliant cult madness of Mandy on the big screen on Thursday at the Spa Centre Cinema.

Tickets are £6 in advance from wegottickets or over the counter at Underboard on Court Street (open Wednesday from midday) and also directly from the venue.

There will be tickets available on the door, but buy in advance if you want to be absolutely sure of getting in.

If you need any more encouragement, here is the trailer, re-scored in the most appropriate way possible…

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Leamington Underground Cinema: Mandy

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Leamington Underground Cinema returns to The Spa Centre Cinema on the 21st February 2019 with a screening of Panos Cosmatos’ brilliant acid-tinged, arthouse, horror-revenge movie, Mandy.
 
Outsiders Red and Mandy lead a loving and peaceful existence. When their pine-scented haven is savagely destroyed by a cult led by the sadistic Jeremiah Sand, Red is catapulted into a phantasmagoric journey filled with bloody vengeance.
 
Starring Nicolas Cage, Andrea Riseborough and Linus Roach – this is a hyper-stylish, blood-spattered, synth-drenched masterpiece that deserves to be seen and heard on a big screen with the sound turned up.
 
You will not be disappointed.
Running Time: 121 minutes
Rated: 18
Doors: 7.15 Starts: 7.30pm
 
Tickets £6 from:
The Spa Centre & Town Hall Box Office

AIRPLANE! is our January Screening

Now fully revealed, our screening on January 21st is the comedic classic AIRPLANE!

To help comprehensively blow away the early 2018 blues, this timelessly hilarious film will be preceded by a very special film quiz, with some suitably cinematic prizes on offer.

The fun kicks off at The Drawing Board from 7pm – tickets are just £8 on the door or in advance from wegottickets right here. You can also buy tickets from the venue in advance.

The Drawing Board will be offering some thematic drinking fun to help you overcome any Ted Striker-esque drinking problems you may have.

Get out there and win one for the zipper!

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New Mystery Film Screening Announced For 21st January

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According to economists, philosophers, sociologists, journalists, medical professionals, religious leaders, the military and your mum – the second half of January is definitely the most depressing time of the year.

So to counter this Leamington Underground Cinema and The Drawing Board are putting on an especially entertaining film event on Sunday 21st January to cheer you up for the final stretch before February, when the Christmas adverts will no doubt start up again.

To make things especially interesting, tickets for this slap up movie treat will be half price if you buy them before we announce exactly what we will be showing.

So for the risk-taking, YOLO punters, tickets are £4, if you wait until after Christmas to find out what is happening, the price is £8.

It’s all a bit Deal or No Deal, but good (and with a strict no Noel Edmonds guarantee).

This event will be happening on both floors of the Drawing Board, with special immersive drinking opportunities on hand for the thematically inclined.

BUY TICKETS NOW

(Also available at the bar in The Drawing Board)

Elstree 1976 – Now with Added Jon Spira

Screen Shot 2017-12-01 at 10.38.35.pngExciting news film fans. Director Jon Spira is now also coming along to the Elstree 1976 – Spa Wars Screening on Saturday and will be available for quizzing at the Q&A after the film. Also Jon and producer Hank Starrs will be at the Spa Wars: Celebrating 40 Years of Star Wars event earlier in the day with all sorts of film related stuff for your entertainment. You can grab tickets on the day at the Elstree 1976 stall, on the door at 7.30pm, or get them in advance from…

Standard tickets – £10
http://www.wegottickets.com/event/407159

Student/NUS – £5
http://www.wegottickets.com/event/422938

 

ELSTREE 1976 gains Furry Death From Outer Space & £5 Student tickets

An exciting addition to the programme for our screening of Elstree 1976 is professor Daniel Winchester’s short, but disturbingly formed, new documentary ‘Furry Death From Outer Space’.

This devastating expose will be playing before the main feature at 8.00pm. This will be the only live public screening of this important film, so if you are a fan of the professor’s previous work (The Tidings Of Restless Nell and They Walk Amongst Us), you will not want to miss this event.

Tickets are available in advance or on the door for £10, or just £5 for Students/NUS members.

BUY STANDARD TICKETS HERE: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/407159

BUY STUDENT/NUS TICKETS HERE: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/422938

The main feature is of course the marvellous documentary Elstree 1976 as well as a Q&A conducted by Nic Pillai in conversation with producer Hank Starrs and Star Wars cast member Jon Chapman.

THEY LIVE and PREDATOR Camo Fest screenings this weekend

As part of the ongoing Leamington Camouflage Festival, LUC and Playing The Field bring you two cult classic movies this weekend with a theme of deception and concealment.

Both screenings take place outdoor in the elements at Foundry Wood. First up on Friday we have John Carpenter’s 1987 sci-fi action satire They Live. (BUY TICKETS FOR THEY LIVE)

Then on Saturday, assume the position for classic Arnie vs Alien action in the peerless 1987 flick Predator (BUY TICKETS FOR PREDATOR).

Both screenings will be preceded by new work from paranormal investigator Professor Daniel Winchester, exposing strange visitations to Leamington Spa from beyond the stars…

Tickets for both events are £12, either from wegottickets or on the gate. There will be hot food on sale and a licensed bar to keep you refreshed and hydrated. Please do not bring your own food and drink as the revenue from refreshments helps to pay for the events.

There will be bench seating, but please feel free to bring your own camping chairs to maximise you posterior enjoyment of these events.

As this screening is outdoors, please dress to keep warm and dry and wear sturdy footwear.

Doors open at 6.30pm with film action beginning at 8pm on both nights.

Please remember to park your chopper somewhere easy to locate in case of intergalactic emergency. There is free parking at Victoria Park, just off Princes Drive.