TBCGraphic violence, sexual themes, nudity and graphic content that may disturb
A deep dive into the not-so-distant future in which humankind is learning to adapt to its synthetic surroundings. This evolution moves humans beyond their natural state and into a metamorphosis, which alters their biological makeup.
R16Sexual abuse themes, sex scenes & offensive language
Michael Crichton's corporate sexual harassment page-turner gets a slick big screen adaption courtesy of Barry Levinson, with 90s rom-thriller go-to Michael Douglas sparring with Demi Moore. Includes a truly insane VR sequence.
From our friends at ensemblemagazine.co.nz who ‘love to dance’ and are longtime stans of this 80s classic! Featuring a stacked cast of future all-stars including Sarah Jessica Parker, Helen Hunt and a baby-faced Shannen Doherty. Ensemble guarantee fun vibes, and legwarmers.
Cornpone lovebirds Mickey and Mallory go on a killing spree and become folk heroes thanks to tabloid TV. Oliver Stone's frenzied, expressionistic collage of a Tarantino script is nowhere near as controversial as anyone thought it was, and much more amusing.
R18Violence, offensive language & sex scenes
A salaryman is kidnapped, framed for his wife's murder, and held captive for 15 years. Then he's released... and has five days to find out who did it. "A dark and thrillingly horrible adventure into the realms of the unthinkable." - Peter Bradshaw
The beloved fantasy from puppet masters Jim Henson and Frank Oz turns 40 this month. "A spectacular range of live-action creatures who prance and gobble their way across the screen with an unprecedented conviction. Desiccated, clawing villains feating on rotting food in a castle as unprepossessing as the crashed space ship in ALIEN have a splendour that is almost operatic." - Time Out
A beautiful awful movie about a simpleton who becomes an omnipotent genius through computer science. (For a generation it was their first look at "virtual reality"). Stephen King sued to take his name of this mess; he's crazy - it's a fine mess.
R16Violence, offensive language & drug use
Devastatingly beautiful, stately and intimate, this generational saga is a blue collar GODFATHER or EAST OF EDEN for the 21st century. Peak Ryan Gosling, accompanied by Bradley Cooper, Eva Mendes and the late Ray Liotta.
The Transylvanian mind trip on 35mm! Rocky Horror “the longest running movie in history” became a sanctuary for people who saw themselves as outsiders, especially queer and gender-nonconforming people. It now unites everyone. No longer mere movie-goers, they became a tribe and kept coming back, week after week. Jan Grefstad made The Hollywood Rocky Horror’s rightful NZ home, the first to screen it as a midnight movie that ran from 1978 to 1988. Come back to it's home at The Hollywood - get dressed up and ready to dance, but please leave the rice at home!