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Films with a following for $10
What is a cult movie? There's no single way to describe a cult movie other than the simple fact that it's developed a strangely devoted fan base that watches it over and over, able to recite the narrative word for word.
Kino cinemas, located at 45 Collins St provides a space for this die-hard audience, with some of the greatest cult movies of all time on silver screen every Sunday at 3pm from Sunday 27 July.
Tickets are only $10 or $8 for movie club members. For more information on how to become a Palace movie club member click here.
Source: The Palace Cinemas
Remember the five students with nothing in common in the 1985 classic The Breakfast Club on 27 July, or witness Jack Nicholson in one of his great screen performances One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (1975), on 14 September.
The stunning Uma Thurman stars as the wild Mia Wallace in Quentin Tarrantino's Pulp Fiction (1994) on October 5. Face your shark phobia on the November 9 with Jaws (1975) on the big screen. Fall in love with Patrick Swayze in Dirty Dancing (1987), showing on 30 November.
Dirty Dancing | Source: Fogs Movie Reviews Website
Love-em-or-hate-em, the season will include classic movie musicals starting with sing-along- favourite Grease (1978) on the 3rd of August, then Singin' In The Rain (1952) on the 10th of August, and the mostly ghastly spectacle Mamma Mia (2008), showing on the 17th August.
If you're not into sing-a-long films, consider more soothing classics like Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) starring fashion icon Audrey Hepburn on the 31st August, and Casablanca (1942) on the 7th of September.
If you're a fan of the suspense meister, you will be thrilled by Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo (1958) on the 28th September, and the terrifying classic Psycho (1960) on the 2nd November.
Sit under the air conditioning in Melbourne, dreaming of a White Christmas, as Kino close their Vintage Classic season with a festive viewing of the 1954 film White Christmas on December 21.