I realised that I neglected to announce our next event in any sort of official manner. Whilst the trailer I posted last week should have made it fairly obvious what was up, I can understand if some of you were panicking from this ridiculous oversight. As a result, here are the details on our next magnificent event Slumber Party Massacre!
Kristian Fletcher Events joins forces with Comedy Commentary Cinema to present Slumber Party Massacre at The Milk Factory, South Brisbane with commentary from Sam Bowden & Joel Spargo, hosted by Steven Morgan.
Have you ever been watching a movie at the cinema and wanted to laugh out loud at the diabetic sweetness of a sappy moment? Ever wanted to shout, “THAT WOULD NEVER HAPPEN” during any number of films starring Jason Statham? Ever felt the urge to throw things at the screen in protest? Well now you can (apart from that last one)!
This time it’s SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE from 1982:
In this horror film, a group of teenage girls gather together for a slumber party, only to be terrorized by a drill-wielding madman. A film with less subtlety than a vuvuzela at the opera.
Comedy Commentary Cinema have created a place where like-minded folk can congregate to celebrate the joy that is a good bad movie and re-create that living room atmosphere of a night in with friends.
A place where the shackles of polite cinema etiquette are discarded as the audience are encouraged to jeer, heckle and participate with the film creating a novel interactive cinema experience. As we know, nothing is as much fun as watching a bad film with friends.
Armed only with their wit and their laser pointers the comedians take you on a journey through weak plot lines, terrible dialogue, wooden acting and some of the worst special effects known. All while they provide you with a live Blu-ray style commentary just in case you missed the worst bits.
Join Sam Bowden. Joel Spargo & Steven Morgan in this celebration of cliches as they dissect the hilarity from the horror.
Arrive early for drinks and food – available to purchase from the bar.
Screening in our own private pop-up cinema.
Limited seating – prebookings recommended.