This Months Screening

Thursday, 15 March 2018

Leon the Professional Screening

Grindhouse Dublin, in association with Light House Cinema, are thrilled to present 'Léon: The Professional', starring Jean Reno and Garry Oldman! Leon will be screened on Friday 23rd March at 10:45pm!


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Needing little introduction, Léon: The Professional is an action classic, which scored director Luc Besson his first English language hit to critical acclaim. The film not only made Jean Reno a Hollywood star, but introduced the world to future Oscar winner Natalie Portman to her first feature length film. It also features one of Oscar winner Gary Oldman's most memorable and thrilling roles as a menacing and corrupt D.A. Agent, Norman Stansfield. Topping this off is a thrilling and emotional showdown than needs to be seen on the big screen by EVERYONE!!!

A perfect assassin. An innocent girl. They have nothing left to lose except each other. He moves without sound. Kills without emotion. Disappears without trace. Only a 12 year old girl... knows his weakness.

Léon will be screened on Friday 23rd March at 10:45pm

Thursday, 18 January 2018

My Bloody Valentine (1981) Uncut

Grindhouse Dublin, in association with Light House Cinema, are delighted to present another Grindhouse classic, My Bloody Valentine, a cult 80's Canadian slasher, which will be screened for the first time in an Irish cinema fully uncut!


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Cut by over 9 minutes for violence and gore by the MPAA before its original release in 1981, this horror classic not only managed to gain a loyal cult following, but also its own admirable 3D remake in 2012 and is lauded by director Quentin Tarantino as his all-time favourite slasher movie.

There's a big valentine-party planned in the little coal mining town of Valentine Bluffs, Nova Scotia. It is the first Valentine's Day party in 20 years, because then there was an accident in the mine, and the accident happened because the men responsible for the security was at the party. The sole surviving miner, named Harry Warden, later killed them, and told the town NEVER to arrange a Valentine's Day party again. The party begins, and so does the killing...

 My Bloody Valentine will be shown on Friday 26th January at Light House Cinema at 10:30pm!