There's nothing quite like seeing a film on the big screen — especially when it's a movie you downright adore. And when it's accompanied by trivia dedicated to the flick in question, plus themed food and drinks, then you know you're in for an ace viewing experience.
That's the idea behind the Blue Room Cinebar's new Roll Credits Film Club, which is showering love upon a new film every fortnight. Every second Wednesday, attendees can demonstrate their extensive movie knowledge from 7pm, then settle in for the feature from 8.30pm. Tickets cost $18.50, plus the cost of whatever food and drink you're keen.
These kind of nights are only as good as the films on offer, of course, and RCFC certainly delivers when it comes to the main event. On March 21, dive back into the neon-hued, synth-scored world of the Ryan Gosling-starring Drive, then prepare for pastel-toned, symmetrically-framed hotel hijinks with Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel on April 4. Head to the Blue Room website for future sessions.