Thursday, October 2, 2014

Win tickets to PERTH premiere of TUSK


Perth film lovers 

WIN 1 of 3 doubles to a fun night seeing TUSK
at an advance opening screening

Friday 10th October
from 9pm
at Luna Leederville

 featuring  a RTRFM DJ Scott Quigg supported by Sound Solutions plus delicious Sienna’s pizzas, tasty beer/wine! 

Just enter your details below for a chance to win.

Luna Palace Cinemas in association with Sony Pictures  will be screening indie legend Kevin Smith’s  (Clerks, Mallrats, Jay & Silent Bob), TUSK  an oddball tale based on a whacky urban legend - an utterly bizarre, weirdly compelling tale that stakes out its own brazen path somewhere between The Fly and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. We are planning an advance  opening  screening on Friday 10 October  from 9.00m  at Luna Leederville  featuring  a RTRFM DJ Scott Quigg supported by Sound Solutions, plus delicious Siena’s pizzas, tasty beer/wine! 

Tusk (MA15+) – Exclusive Season at Luna Leederville

Season starts  October 16. Advance Screenings  Friday  October 10 to Sunday  October 12
Special Advance Opening Night  Friday October 10.  Pre-screening activity event  from 9.00pm. Film starts 9.30pm 

Cult director Kevin Smith (Clerks, Chasing Amy) returns to Red State territory with his genre-bending comedy horror that takes his comedic chops to a whole new, disturbing level. Wallace (Justin Long) and Teddy (Hayley Joel Osment) co-host a popular Podcast with a focus on mocking cruel, cringe humour. After a potential story in Canada leaves Wallace high and dry, his decision to make the trip worthwhile by chasing up a mysterious lead takes him on a journey we can only describe as hilarious, disturbing, and bizarre.
In this Canuck-baiting thriller, Smith’s house blend of highbrow literary references and lowbrow bathroom humor are mixed with ridiculous horror, and is as much a comment on how Americans view Canadians as it is a story of insane proportions.

“Smith has delivered a left-field surprise that ranks among his very best work…”- Variety

“You can imagine Mr. Smith and his collaborators rolling in the aisles at their own preposterousness. If you can find your inner 16-year-old, you might just join them.”
 NEW YORK TIMES

“Hilariously off the wall. Thoroughly entertaining. Absolutely stellar.” BLOODY DISGUSTING