BanterFlix’s Cinema Day Takeover: Innerspace

BanterFlix’s Cinema Day Takeover: Innerspace (1987)

Director: Joe Dante

Certificate: PG

Cast: Dennis Quaid, Martin Short, Meg Ryan and Kevin McCarthy

Date: Monday 29th August 2016

Location: IMC Omagh

Time: 4pm

Price: £3

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Join BanterFlix at the IMC Omagh, as we celebrate Cinema Day by taking over one of the cinema’s screens and show Joe Dante’s cult classic Innerspace.

From the director behind Gremlins, The Burbs, Explorers and Small Soldiers comes this Sci-Fi comedy that tells the story of Jack Putter (Martin Short); a hapless store clerk who’s forced to step up and become the hero he never thought he could be as he attempts to save the life of Lt. Tuck Pendleton (Dennis Quaid), a man miniaturized in a secret experiment and accidentally injected into him.

With heavy nods to Richard Fleischer’s Fantastic Voyage, Innerspace is a fantastic thrill ride and pure cinematic escapism at its best. We can’t think of better way of spending the summer bank holiday and Cinema Day by watching this cult classic on the big-screen.

The screening begins at 4pm and tickets cost £3 each, they can be booked online through our online box-office. (Pre-booking is recommended).

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Cinema Day, presented by Film Hub NI (part of the Film Audience Network), is a new initiative which celebrates 120 years of film exhibition in Northern Ireland.

Taking place on Monday 29th August, organisations across Northern Ireland will host innovative film events, both acknowledging the rich film heritage we have and  celebrating the strength and diversity of all those involved with showing films in the present day, from commercial venues to small film clubs and all those in-between!

Join the fun with £1 classics, historical talks, documentaries, animations, screenings in inventive places and much more!

 For details of all events, check out Film Hub NI’s website.

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