This Wednesday watch Anthony Hopkins breathe life into his Hitchcock ‘fat suit’ and Helen Mirren as Alma Reville, Hitch’s clever and long-suffering wife in the new ‘Hitchcock’ biopic (Cert 15, 2012, Sasha Gervasi) just out on Blu-Ray this week. Added 1950s glamour courtesy of Scarlett Johansson and Jessica Biel and Brit James Darcy at Anthony Perkins.
BUT you can see it, as the film-makers intended on the BIG screen with a GREAT audience in the superb new cinema, Bromley Hall, at Langley park Centre for the Perfoming Arts in Beckenham THIS Wednesday 26 June.
PLUS we are following it with the Master of Suspense’s game-changer of a film (and grand-daddy of a horror sub-genre, the Slasher…), ‘Psycho’ (Cert 15, 1960, Alfred Hitchcock) after an interval with FREE snacks to susssstainnnnn you through the thrrrrrrillsssssss!
Café/bar open from 6.30pm and film programme starts at 7pm on the dot, then a 25 min interval then ‘Psycho’, very rarely seen on the BIG screen!
Only £12 for TWO films, FREE parking right outside the venue, great Simply Ice Cream from Ashford. Free film notes and brief intros – come and try a new local social cinema experience.
TICKETS AVAILABLE ON THE NIGHT OR BOOK ONLINE NOW TO SELECT YOUR PREFERRED SEATS – www.TicketSource.co.uk/FilmboxCommunityCinema
FILMBOX is for age 16+ unless stated otherwise – we hope to see you there!
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Visit this website for info on both films and the terrific Stephen Rebello book: https://www.facebook.com/AlfredHitchcockandtheMakingofPsycho?hc_location=stream