Film & Beer Event:
with craft beer presented by Hawkers Beer
FRI 3 NOV | Beers: 6:00pm | Screening: 7:30pm | Post-film DJ set
Adult: $30 | Concession: $28 | M | This is an 18+ event
In the age of schlocky reboots and superhero franchises, we’re going back to where it all began, James Cameron’s 1984 THE TERMINATOR. With it’s dry cool wit, state of the art CGI and a bangin’ synth soundtrack, revisiting this gem will make you wish you never left 1984. And to sweeten the deal, Hawkers Beer are coming to the party with their range of killer craft beers and DJ Steven will be spinning some dynamite 1980’s synth-heavy wax. Cyborgs welcome.
TICKET INCLUDES: Admission to the film, a bottle of Hawkers Pale Ale, IPA or Pilsner on entry, pre-film beer tasting session with Hawkers head brewer, and a post film 1980’s inspired DJ set by DJ Steven.
HAWKERS BEER: According to Hawkers, there’s no right or wrong way to brew beer. There’s the passionate artisanal way, and the industrial way. Hawkers chose the artisanal approach using ingredients of the highest quality while avoiding anything artificial or chemical. Locally brewed in Reservoir, these beer pros have won dozens of international craft beer awards and continue to produce a balanced, clean and refreshing beer across their entire range. If you haven’t had the chance to try out these local legends yet, now’s your chance.
THE TERMINATOR: A cyborg assassin called "The Terminator" is sent back through time to 1984 to kill the seemingly innocent Sarah Connor - a woman whose unborn son will lead the human race to victory in a bitter future war with a race of machines. If the Terminator succeeds, mankind is doomed. Sarah's only hope is a soldier from that post-apocalyptic war, who has chased the Terminator back through time. The future of the human race depends on which one finds her first...
“In the very first scene in the movie we have a totally naked Arnold nonchalantly strolling down the street with his penis visible and swinging!” – The Goat via RuthlessReviews.com
Photography - Sean Paris