Dead Sunrise

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Dead Sunrise


Venue

Raffertys Theatre

Dates

17 March 2017

Event Type

Cinema Screening

Featuring post-screening Q&A with director/writer Michal Imielski and writer/actor Peter Maple

Michael’s life is in crisis. He is waking up every morning feeling depressed, like he doesn’t know his wife anymore and that his daughter is taking over his life.

A road trip with four old friends just might be the perfect antidote!When the friends come across a research lab in the middle of the woods they make a startling discovery.

For when the sun rises on this unsuspecting group in the middle of nowhere – so does the horror and the dead…!

Dead Sunrise is a gory, twisted Zombie film, where little flesh eating child ZOMBIES change the lives of five travellers forever!

ClassificationMA15+ (Strong horror themes and violence)

Dates & Times:
Friday 17 March 7pm

Ticket Options

Members Adult $12
Members Concession $9
Adult $15
Concession $12
F/T Student $12
Child Under 16 $10
Transaction fees apply
Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60
Screen $1.65
School Bookings $3.30

Duration

Approximately 1 hour 21 minutes

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