What's On This Week + Special Member Offer from Broger

21st May, 2019

There’s a little something for everyone this week at the Film Group. From a WWII love triangle to a Hindi love letter to action flicks, a new take on a Stephen King tale, an 80s horror-comedy, Laika’s latest stop-motion animated masterpiece and Mads Mikkelsen stranded in the snow. What more could you ask for?

Plus, don’t forget that hand-crafted popcorn from Cracking Corn is now available for purchase at each screening. Available in Salty Sweety and Salted flavours, bags are $5 each with a portion of proceeds going towards the Rotary Club of Woden Daybreak’s charitable efforts.

• TUE 21 MAY @ 7:30 PM: THE AFTERMATH (M, 108 mins)

A British couple relocate to Hamburg after WWII to assist with the city’s reconstruction, but tensions arise when they discover they must share a house with a German widower.

• THU 23 MAY @ 7:30 PM: THE MAN WHO FEELS NO PAIN (M, 134 min)

Born with a condition that allows him to feel no pain, a nerd obsessed with vintage action movies embarks on an epic quest to fulfil his destiny as a hero in this Hindi action-comedy.

• FRI 24 MAY @ 7:30 PM: PET SEMATARY (MA, 101 mins) + THE MONSTER SQUAD (M, 82 mins)

When his family’s pet cat is tragically killed, a father buries it in the pet cemetery near their new home, setting off a perilous chain of events that unleashes a horrific evil in this new take on Stephen King’s iconic tale.

Then, in THE MONSTER SQUAD (at approx. 9:15 PM), five kids face off against a legendary group of monsters – including Dracula, the Mummy and the Wolfman – when they descend upon their small town in this 1987 cult horror-comedy.

• SAT 25 MAY @ **5 PM**: MISSING LINK (PG, 94 mins)

Tired of living a solitary life, a mythical creature recruits an explorer to help him locate his long-lost relatives on the other side of the world, in Laika’s latest stop-motion animated film. Featuring the voices of Hugh Jackman, Zach Galifianakis and Zoe Saldana.

• SAT 25 MAY @ 7:30 PM: ARCTIC (M, 97 mins)

Stranded after a plane crash, a solitary man (Mads Mikkelsen) must decide whether to await rescue from the relative safety of his makeshift camp or embark on a deadly trek through the Arctic to freedom.



Offer alert: our neighbours at Broger have extended a terrific deal to all ANU Film Group members!

Simply present your ANUFG membership card when ordering to receive one of the following offers:
• 15% off all main meals
• $5 for any beer of your choice
• 40% off milkshakes with the purchase of a burger or a hot dog

Located right outside the main entrance to the Cultural Centre in the ANU’s Kambri Precinct, Broger serves up fast and fresh food in the form of burgers, hot dogs, loaded fries and more – all made to order. Open 7 days a week from morning til late.