What’s On: Nov 29 – Dec 3

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From Die Hard in Brisbane to MeepleCon in Melbourne to Crisis on Earth X. Here is everything happening across Australia this week.

1. Queensland

Wednesday

Get to da Choppa, or in this case Aether Brewing in Brisbane this Wednesday night for a midweek screening of Predator! With pizza, pints and popcorn for your dinning pleasure this is how you adult.

Get your Trivia on in Brisbane with Disney Trivia at Mr Hendersons. Brush up on everything from Disney Classics to Pixar for this Free Trivia night and to win some awesome prizes. It’s on this Wednesday.

Thursday

Today is the last day of Movember! Remember today is your last day to donate for anyone you know who is sporting a Tom Selleck, a Tony Stark or even a ZZ Top. It’s all to raise awareness of men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men’s suicide. For more information check out the Movember site.

Friday

Need a helping of Tarantino to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Reservoir Dogs with over 19 hours straight of Tarantino movies back to back at the Palace Cinema in Brisbane. Starting with Reservoir Dogs and ending with Hateful 8 the marathon includes classics like Kill Bill and From Dust Till Dawn. It starts this Friday.

Need some Friday Trivia? How about Harry Potter Trivia at Gt’s Bistro. Show your knowledge of a unforgivable curses to summoning charms and dress in your best house robes as you lead your team to victory in Brisbane.

It’s December 1 this Friday which means it’s officially Christmas time and that means time for the greatest Christmas story ever – Die Hard. Event Cinemas Myer Centre in Brisbane has one screening only this Friday night. Let’s face it, you don’t need to know anything else except how to buy your tickets.

Also at the Myer Centre Event Cinemas in Brisbane, Friday kicks off a 2 day marathon of Naruto. With Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie on Friday followed by The Last: Naruto the Movie and Boruto: The New Naruto Saturday. Grab your tickets via Event Cinemas.

If you want to stay in this Friday, Netflix is releasing the 10 episode series Dark for you to binge. Set in a German town in 1986 this supernatural tale follows the disappearance of two young children. If you are on the fence maybe checkout the trailer.

And also in staying in this week the 4 part Arrow-verse crossover event Crisis on Earth X continues in Flash and Legends of Tomorrow (following Part 1 & 2 in Arrow and Supergirl on Tuesday this week but you can still get it on repeat) for anyone with Foxtel. We are both suckers for cross-overs and with this being the 2nd time hoping this will be a regular annual event.

Saturday

Saturday at Brisbane‘s Netherworld re-live your childhood with Saturday Morning CheezTV Live! With the original CheezTV Hosts Ryan Lappin & Jade Gatt, Cartoons and Prizes you can even write to the mailbag to leading up to this Saturday’s event!

The Yatala 3 Drive in Cinemas in Brisbane is having a all night Potterfest this Saturday with Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Starting at 7pm and running to 5am catch it this week and then part two next weekend!

Myer Centre Event Cinemas follows their Die Hard screening with more Christmas themed action classics with Lethal Weapon. There is one screening only in Brisbane this Saturday.

And finally for movies – Reservoir Dogs turns 25 so what better way to get your Taratino on by watching Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction back to back this Friday at New Farm Cinemas in Brisbane! Tickets are now available.

Nobody puts baby in the corner with a double feature of Dirty Dancing & The Princess Bride. With only a limited number of screenings and almost every session selling out, grab a ticket for one or both. We are certainly looking forward to the late night costume session of the Princess Bride. It’s all happening this Saturday in Brisbane.

Sunday

Got any plans for your Sunday in Queensland that we missed? Let us know in the comments down below!

2. New South Wales & ACT

Wednesday

Geek Calendar winding down this Wednesday in New South Wales and ACT? Seems like a great time to pickup our 2018 Calendar supporting beyondblue! If you have Wednesday night free seems like a great time to order one for yourself and gifts for friends!

Thursday

Today is the last day of Movember! Remember today is your last day to donate for anyone you know who is sporting a Tom Selleck, a Tony Stark or even a ZZTop. It’s all to raise awareness of men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men’s suicide. For more information check out the Movember site.

Friday

Friday is Studio Ghibli Appreciation Night at the Reload Bar in Canberra. With Cosplay, Cocktails and Studio Ghibli movies playing all night to celebrate everything Studio Ghibli!

If you want to stay in this Friday, Netflix is releasing the 10 episode series Dark for you to binge. Set in a German town in 1986 this supernatural tale follows the disappearance of two young children. If you are on the fence maybe checkout the trailer.

And also in staying in this week the 4 part Arrow-verse crossover event Crisis on Earth X continues in Flash and Legends of Tomorrow (following Part 1 & 2 in Arrow and Supergirl on Tuesday this week but you can still get it on repeat) for anyone with Foxtel. We are both suckers for cross-overs and with this being the 2nd time hoping this will be a regular annual event.

Saturday

Not enough Tarantino to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Reservoir Dogs? How about over 19 hours straight of Tarantino movies back to back at the Palace Cinema in Canberra. Starting with Reservoir Dogs and ending with Hateful 8 the marathon includes classics like Kill Bill and From Dust Till Dawn. It starts this Friday.

Sunday

Got any plans for your Sunday in New South Wales and ACT that we missed? Let us know in the comments down below!

3. Victoria & Tasmania

Wednesday

Have you tried turning it off and turning it on again? If you have then you should be going to the I.T. Crowd Trivia at Foresters in Collingwood or Palace Hotel Camberwell in Melbourne this Wednesday night! You will need to register but a $50 bar tab could be your reward for knowing what the 0118 999 881 999 119 7253 calls.

Island Somewhere in Melbourne brings it home for Wednesday trivia in Melbourne with a helping of the Winchester’s for Supernatural Trivia. As always it’s completely free but pre-booking is essential.

Thursday

Today is the last day of Movember! Remember today is your last day to donate for anyone you know who is sporting a Tom Selleck, a Tony Stark or even a ZZTop. It’s all to raise awareness of men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men’s suicide. For more information check out the Movember site.

Thursday lets you continue your Trivia run at the Alchemists Refuge in Melbourne. It’s their big end of year geek trivia night with prizes and ultimate bragging rights to take the 2017 title home.

Friday

Meeplecon begins this Friday! What is Meeplecon? It is a three day end of year celebration of all things Boardgames! There will be a ton of games on top of a few tournaments to play but if you love all things boardgame this is your scene. It runs until Sunday in Melbourne.

Didnt get enough trivia already this week? The BETA Bar in Melbourne is bringing back Geek Trivia! Oh and come dressed as your favourite Fantasy themed cosplay for cheaper entry and to join the BETA Bar party!

If you want to stay in this Friday, Netflix is releasing the 10 episode series Dark for you to binge. Set in a German town in 1986 this supernatural tale follows the disappearance of two young children. If you are on the fence maybe checkout the trailer.

And also in staying in this week the 4 part Arrow-verse crossover event Crisis on Earth X continues in Flash and Legends of Tomorrow (following Part 1 & 2 in Arrow and Supergirl on Tuesday this week but you can still get it on repeat) for anyone with Foxtel. We are both suckers for cross-overs and with this being the 2nd time hoping this will be a regular annual event.

Saturday

Need to do some Christmas shopping? The Geek Markets are on again in Launceston. Checkout the best from local creators and makers or even have your own table! It’s on this Saturday.

If you need markets closer to Melbourne the Mythical Markets are also on this Saturday. With High Fantasy, Steampunk, Medieval, the Wizarding World, Folklore, Faerie, Swashbuckers and LARP Adventurers – you are pretty certain to find something for your office Secret Santa.

The Horror Movie Campout returns to Melbourne. If you love the idea of camping in a remote location, surrounded by strangers and watching horror movies then Horror Movie Campout is for you. Head over to the official site to book your campsite (or upgrade to a lazy camper ticket) for this Saturday night.

Want to know more about Video Games development? Play trivia, card and video games? Checkout the latest games showcases? Tech Games Fest brings you all that plus Cosplay for Beyond 2017 this Saturday in Melbourne.

Sunday

Got any plans for your Sunday in Victoria or Tasmania that we missed? Let us know in the comments down below!

4. South Australia & Northern Territory

Wednesday

Geek Calendar winding down this Wednesday in South Australia and Northern Territory? Seems like a great time to pickup our 2018 Calendar supporting beyondblue! If you have Wednesday night free seems like a great time to order one for yourself and gifts for friends!

Thursday

Today is the last day of Movember! Remember today is your last day to donate for anyone you know who is sporting a Tom Selleck, a Tony Stark or even a ZZTop. It’s all to raise awareness of men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men’s suicide. For more information check out the Movember site.

Friday

In the House Penultimate session is happening this Friday in Adelaide at the GU Glenelg Cinema with the Bowie classic – Labyrinth. Grab two tickets to see this single session of the Goblin King and a pre-Rocketeer Jennifer Connelly in a Jim Henson adventure from 1986.

If you want to stay in this Friday, Netflix is releasing the 10 episode series Dark for you to binge. Set in a German town in 1986 this supernatural tale follows the disappearance of two young children. If you are on the fence maybe checkout the trailer.

And also in staying in this week the 4 part Arrow-verse crossover event Crisis on Earth X continues in Flash and Legends of Tomorrow (following Part 1 & 2 in Arrow and Supergirl on Tuesday this week but you can still get it on repeat) for anyone with Foxtel. We are both suckers for cross-overs and with this being the 2nd time hoping this will be a regular annual event.

Saturday

Got any plans for your Saturday in South Australia or Northern Territory that we missed? Let us know in the comments down below!

Sunday

Are you a lady? In Adelaide? Who loves comics? If you said yes to all of those things are you also going to the Adelaide Ladies Comic Club this Sunday? You should be because they are going to be talking about Rat Queens: Sass & Sorcery Volume 1. It’s the last meet for the year so even if you haven’t read this months book you can still find out what is next months read! It’s happening at Greenlight Comics.

5. Western Australia

Wednesday

Geek Calendar winding down this Wednesday in Western Australia? Seems like a great time to pickup our 2018 Calendar supporting beyondblue! If you have Wednesday night free seems like a great time to order one for yourself and gifts for friends!

Thursday

Today is the last day of Movember! Remember today is your last day to donate for anyone you know who is sporting a Tom Selleck, a Tony Stark or even a ZZTop. It’s all to raise awareness of men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men’s suicide. For more information check out the Movember site.

Opening everywhere else next Thursday but with an advance screening this Thursday at Perth‘s Luna Leederville you can catch the James Franco tribute to the best worst movie ever made Tommy Wiseau’s ‘The Room’ with The Disaster Artist. With Seth Rogen and Alison Brie it might almost convince you to rewatch the original.

Friday

Celebrate all things Pokemon at Respawn’s Pokemon Party in Perth. Be the best there ever was with old school Pokemon on Gameboy and discount entry for Pokemon themed cosplay this Friday.

If you want to stay in this Friday, Netflix is releasing the 10 episode series Dark for you to binge. Set in a German town in 1986 this supernatural tale follows the disappearance of two young children. If you are on the fence maybe checkout the trailer.

And also in staying in this week the 4 part Arrow-verse crossover event Crisis on Earth X continues in Flash and Legends of Tomorrow (following Part 1 & 2 in Arrow and Supergirl on Tuesday this week but you can still get it on repeat) for anyone with Foxtel. We are both suckers for cross-overs and with this being the 2nd time hoping this will be a regular annual event.

Saturday

Are you a truly horrible human being who may be somewhat broken inside? Awesome! You are perfect for the first ever Cards Against Humanity tournament in Perth. This SUPER non-kid friendly event is happening this Saturday.

Sunday

Got any plans for your Sunday in Western Australia that we missed? Let us know in the comments down below!

Heading out or catching up? Did we miss anything? As always tell us in the comments below or maybe drop us a line