A line-up of crowd-favourite cult classics will return to the Orpheum’s big screens starting this spooky season.
In the coming weeks, anniversary screenings of Flash Gordon, Casablanca, Big Trouble in Little China, The Bodyguard and Conair promise to delight a new generation of cinema goers, who will watch the vintage films for the first time.
Cremorne’s Orpheum has kept audiences entertained since the 30s, with the repeat screening of classic films fuelling our love affair with nostalgia, Manager Alex Tamesvari says.
Lower north shore audiences have become fans of nostalgic and cult classic films since lockdown, a Cremorne Orpheum spokesperson says.
“We’ve always played classics over the years, but ten years ago, we found a consistent audience for retro and cult classic films,” Mr Tamesvari told Mosman Collective.
“Often, we’re playing films for milestone anniversaries or a digitally remastered version that has been released.
“It reminds people of being young and brings back fond memories of childhood and often reminds people of good times past.”