This Months Screening

Thursday, 23 March 2017

Passenger 57 Screening

Passenger 57 Screening

Grindhouse Dublin, in association with Light House Cinema, are thrilled to announce this months action packed screening, Passenger 57! 


passenger 57 film poster

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At the time, better known for his crime thrillers (King of New York, New Jack City) and sports comedies (White Men Can't Jump, Major League), Wesley Snipes found his true calling as an action hero in this 1993 explosive extravaganza. Plane loaded the to maximum with one-liners, and not to be taken too seriously, this film instantly cemented Snipes as both the charismatic leading man and a martial arts legend. If tongue-in-cheek 90's action heroics sounds like your ticket, then book a flight (or fight?) now for Passenger 57!

Security expert John Cutter (Snipes) is still in mourning over the death of his wife. In a bid to help him out, a friend offers Cutter a job in airport security. Cutter peruses the offer, boarding a plane to L.A. Also on board this flight is super-villain Charles Rane; a terrorist in custody, awaiting trial... but not for long! Soon the plane is hijacked and only one man can stop

Passenger 57 will be shown at Light House Cinema, Smithfield on Friday 31st March at 10:30pm!

Tickets €10.00 - Students €8.00

Friday, 20 January 2017

The Killing of America Screening

The Killing of America - Light House Cinema - Friday 27th January - 10.30pm!

*** WARNING - This months screening is not for the easily offended. ***

Grindhouse Dublin, in association with Light House Cinema, present Ireland's first ever theatrical screening of the hard hitting shock-u-mentary, 'The Killing of America', about the rise of violence in the home of the brave!

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Covering the collapse of the American dream, this all too real documentary poses serious questions about America's gun laws and the decline of society. Covering various historical events, such as the assassinations of John F. Kennedy and Charles Manson murders, this documentary shows real life violence in its uncensored form and that truth is often more disturbing than fiction.

The Killing of America will be shown on Friday 27th January at Light House Cinema at 10:30pm!