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Midnight Screening of Serenity

By Blamemonkey - 3 August 2005 19

A Local Canberrian is trying to organise a midnight screening of Serenity at hoyts belconnen.

If people are interested please register your interest at
http://sigil777.com/serenity

If you don’t know what Serenity/Firefly is check out these websites
http://www.serenitymovie.com/
http://browncoats.serenitymovie.com/serenity/
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0379786/

The Serenity Movie is based of Joss Weadon’s Fire fly series that lasted 12 episodes, this was due to near sighted TV exec’s who didn’t get it.

The Series Is Fantastic and critically acclaimed….

As Molly Meldrum would say “Do your self a Favour”

What’s Your opinion?


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19 Responses to
Midnight Screening of Serenity
johnboy 9:13 pm 04 Aug 05

And just got the email, they think they’ve got the numbers.

terubo 3:28 pm 04 Aug 05

Yeah, it’s been a while…
BTW bonfire, Valhalla closed down yesterday and there’s a hell of stink going on amongst the film fraternity up there – ‘cos the Chauvel is likely to close too.
A bunch of filmmakers is organising a public meeting about it later in the month.

johnboy 3:03 pm 04 Aug 05

Oh c’mon terubo, live a little.

midnight screenings are fun!

bonfire 2:53 pm 04 Aug 05

how i miss the 24 hour scifi marathons at the valhalla.

thats something i’d go to in canberra. i quite enjoy the 3 movie long weekend midnight sessions.

im that guy you hear snoring like curly joe during the 3rd movie.

Ralph 2:50 pm 04 Aug 05

Or wait for the DVD.

Blamemonkey 2:45 pm 04 Aug 05

just to clarify, the person organising this is getting expressions of interest because hoyts Belconnen advised that they would be able to do a midnight screening if the interest is there (approx 100 people). It is also to support a really good series that got canned, If your a fan put your name down, if you are to old to be hard core go to the cheap arse Tuesday screening

terubo 10:52 am 04 Aug 05

‘Scuse my ignorance, but why a petition – ain’t it coming anyway? I viewed the trailer, it seems to be opening on Sept 30 (US I guess).
-And what’s the big deal about midnight? I’d rather see it at midday, then have a cup of tea afterwards to cool my nerves.

RandomGit 9:23 am 04 Aug 05

t43 Trailer p0wnz!

Jazz 9:20 am 04 Aug 05

original work. in that case i’m definately keen. One of the series producers in ‘the making of’ section of the DVD mentioned they were hopeful of making a feature film & hopefully it would garner enough interest that network execs might want to start the series up again. Lets hope it’s successful.

Spectra 8:55 am 04 Aug 05

You’re right, Jazz, I’d forgotten that. However, as JB says, the movie is most definitely an original work. Peronsally, my fear is that he’s going to try to squeeze all the plot and character development left un-finished by the series into a two hour movie. That would suck. Still, unlike Lucas, Weadon has done nothing to betray my trust yet, so I’m optimistic about this one.

johnboy 9:34 pm 03 Aug 05

The movie is an original work from what I understand.

Jazz 8:30 pm 03 Aug 05

yeah, but the first episode entitled ‘serenity’ is about and hour and a half long

Spectra 8:11 pm 03 Aug 05

Erm…it’s the movie, not one of the episodes.

I think I, too, shall be signing up.

Jazz 7:00 pm 03 Aug 05

i agree, even my wife got into it while i was watching the series on DVD. most unexpected.

I wonder if it is the opening episode they are screening

johnboy 6:27 pm 03 Aug 05

hmm, i would say firefly was a space western with blakes 7 production values (only without the steady camera work)

But it IS gosh darn cool at the same time. And I’ll be signing the petition.

When Oh When will an Ian M Banks book get made into a damn movie?

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