A nostalgic trip back to the Golden Age of cinema: the Sunday afternoon Matinee, screening for all ages. Welcomed by old school hostesses ans surprised by gimmicks, treat yourself to ice cream and a vintage eighties extravaganza in glorious Technicolor!
On Sunday 8 March we have a date with a “Mean Green Mother from Outer Space” in the musical comedy “Little Shop of Horrors”. We'll meet again for our second matinee-appointment on Sunday 22 March, to wind up in a cooking pot next to a young Sharon Stone in the roaring adventure film “King Solomon's Mines”.
In collaboration with La Rétine de Plateau
The chances on success and love of a nerdy flowerist turn for the better, with the help of a flesh-eating plant called Audrey II. But this “Mean Green Mother from Outer Space” has but one credo: “Feed me!”. This very entertaining musical remake of Roger Corman's cult classic, directed by Frank Oz (“The Muppet Show”), will be shown in its rare director's cut.
The world famous adventurer Allan Quatermain goes on a quest for the legendary diamond mines of king Solomon. Cannon attempts to hook onto the success of Indiana Jones and more than succeeds with this amusing adventure film. The cast features Richard Chamberlain, John Rhys-Davies and a young Sharon Stone.