What’s On: June 13 – 17

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Dinosaurs, Superheroes, Cyborgs and Chuck Norris are what this week is all about with The Incredibles 2 coming to cinemas, Green Arrow and Chuck Norris at Supanova and Jurassic Park 25th Anniversary in cinemas while the Australian Museum in Sydney goes Jurassic for an after Supanova Party.

We give you all this and a lot more for your weekend as we look at everything happening this week in Geek.

1. Queensland

Wednesday

If you want to stay in on Wednesday and have Foxtel you can catch the first episode of  Future Man. This 13 part produced by Seth Rogan time travel series was originally on the US streaming series Hulu has already been renewed for a second season but you can watch it on the Comedy Channel on Wednesday.

Also on Wednesday is the start of the Outta The Box movie festival celebrating classic anime films. First up is the iconic Akira! Now the third time this festival has taken place it is screening at even more Event Cinemas with it Brisbane‘s Garden City, Chermside and Myer Centre cinemas all with screenings.

And keeping with cinemas also on Wednesday but exclusive to Event Cinemas North Lakes in Brisbane is the premiere screening of My Saga which follows Star Wars fan with a Brain Tumour and on a Star Wars journey with his son. All proceeds from the screening will be going to the Starlight Children’s Foundation. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.

Lastly, before we leave cinemas around the country this Wednesday night is the original Jurassic Park returning to cinemas for one night only. To celebrate the 25th anniversary as well as leaving into Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom being released next week multiple Event Cinemas around the country are having a single screening this Wednesday night. Check your local for screening details.

Thursday

First up Thursday is World Blood Donation Day! If you want to know how or where you can give blood this Thursday find out more from the Red Cross Give Blood Website.

Releasing in cinemas across Australia this Thursday are three awesome films with the long hoped for sequel to Disney’s pre-MCU big screen superheroes The Incredibles 2, The most extreme game of Tag ever in TAG and the very not kid friendly but equally awesome Upgrade.

Friday

On Netflix this Friday we get Season 6 of the awesome Voltron series. If you are a fan of the original Voltron then you need to be watching this, and if you aren’t a fan you should anyway because we are really looking forward to what the same studio can do with She-Ra after this.

Looking for some like minded Pop Culturalists in Brisbane? This Friday night is the June meetup of the Pop Culture Club (formally the Brisbane Comic Book Meetup). Join them for some trivia, games and even some Podcasting this Friday night.

And lastly for Friday night if you missed out on the previous sold out screenings this Friday is your chance to finally get to re-watch The Rocky Horror Picture Show at the UQ’s Schonell Theatre in Brisbane. Tickets are still available right now but miss out and you will need to do the Time Warp again.

Saturday

International Free RPG Day is this Saturday. An international day for you to get your tabletop gaming on with everything good in Role Playing Games. It’s happening across Australia with too many retailers to mention but if you can find a participating store near you with the locator on the official site.

Fancy a quick 18 this Saturday and Sunday but unsure of the weather? Try Brisbane‘s Netherworld for 18 pinball challenges as part of Pin Golf. Play through any time on Saturday between 9am and 6pm and if you qualify you can head to the finals on Sunday to play for prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd placegetters.

And finally this Saturday enjoy the music of John Williams as the Queensland Symphony Orchestra performs everything from Star Wars to Indiana Jones to Jurassic Park. Tickets are still available for this one night performance on the outdoor stage on the Gold Coast on Saturday.

Sunday

The fourth season of the awesome time-trip series 12 Monkeys season 4 is on the SYFY channel for Foxtel subscribers. This is the final season of this series but if you aren’t up to date you can binge the previous 3 seasons on Netflix.

And wrapping up your weekend in Brisbane on Sunday for Two Bit Movie Club at Netherworld. This week enjoy the 1985 Gymkata followed by the classic Van Damme, Bloodsport.

2. New South Wales & ACT

Wednesday

If you want to stay in on Wednesday and have Foxtel you can catch the first episode of  Future Man. This 13 part produced by Seth Rogan time travel series was originally on the US streaming series Hulu has already been renewed for a second season but you can watch it on the Comedy Channel on Wednesday.

Also on Wednesday is the start of the Outta The Box movie festival celebrating classic anime films. First up is the iconic Akira! Now the third time this festival has taken place it is screening at even more Event Cinemas with it Sydney‘s Burwood, Macquarie and George Street cinemas all with screenings.

Lastly, before we leave cinemas around the country this Wednesday night is the original Jurassic Park returning to cinemas for one night only. To celebrate the 25th anniversary as well as leaving into Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom being released next week multiple Event Cinemas around the country are having a single screening this Wednesday night. Check your local for screening details.

Thursday

First up Thursday is World Blood Donation Day! If you want to know how or where you can give blood this Thursday find out more from the Red Cross Give Blood Website.

Releasing in cinemas across Australia this Thursday are two awesome films with the long hoped for sequel to Disney’s pre-MCU big screen superheroes The Incredibles 2, and the very not kid friendly but equally awesome Upgrade.

Friday

Starting Friday and running all weekend long is Sydney Supanova! With tons of Cosplay, vendors and guests you know exactly what this is so you don’t need us to tell you, but then again how else will you know about guests ranging from Green Arrow Stephen Amell, Nathan Drake Nolan North and the one and only Chuck Norris. It runs until Sunday.

And exclusive for Green Arrow fans separate to Supanova, Friday night you can also get tickets for a one night Q&A with the Arrow star. This is an 18+ event with a interactive Q&A to go with a night of drinks and delicious wine in Sydney.

On Netflix this Friday we get Season 6 of the awesome Voltron series. If you are a fan of the original Voltron then you need to be watching this, and if you aren’t a fan you should anyway because we are really looking forward to what the same studio can do with She-Ra after this.

Saturday

International Free RPG Day is this Saturday. An international day for you to get your tabletop gaming on with everything good in Role Playing Games. It’s happening across Australia with too many retailers to mention but if you can find a participating store near you with the locator on the official site.

If your This Saturday and Sunday Sydney plays host to Australia’s only Paranormal Conference, Paracon. Paracon 2018 touches everything Supernatural including local ghost lore and legends.

Jurassic Lounge: 2099 is an afterhours party in the Australian Museum created in conjunction with the Vivd Festival and Supanova. With Supanova stars, scientists, DJs artists and performers this is the perfect post Supanova party this Saturday in Sydney.

Sunday

Sunday marks the end of the Sydney Film Festival. This years program might have had a little less in the pop culture realm it did still have a number of highlights like a preview of Upgrade if you were lucky enough to see it, there are still a few films playing in the closing days so if you wanted to get some culture see the full program for something you might like.

The fourth season of the awesome time-trip series 12 Monkeys season 4 is on the SYFY channel for Foxtel subscribers. This is the final season of this series but if you aren’t up to date you can binge the previous 3 seasons on Netflix.

3. Victoria & Tasmania

Wednesday

If you want to stay in on Wednesday and have Foxtel you can catch the first episode of  Future Man. This 13 part produced by Seth Rogan time travel series was originally on the US streaming series Hulu has already been renewed for a second season but you can watch it on the Comedy Channel on Wednesday.

Also on Wednesday night the Spotted Mallard will be hosting Second-Hand Cinema Club, where local comedians read from famour screenplays they can’t name for legal reasons. This week enjoy a 1993 movie celebrating it’s 25th anniversary this week, that rhythms with “Triassic Bark” and is playing in a double feature next Monday at the Melbourne IMAX.

Thursday

First up Thursday is World Blood Donation Day! If you want to know how or where you can give blood this Thursday find out more from the Red Cross Give Blood Website.

Releasing in cinemas across Australia this Thursday are two awesome films with the long hoped for sequel to Disney’s pre-MCU big screen superheroes The Incredibles 2, and the very not kid friendly but equally awesome Upgrade.

Friday

On Netflix this Friday we get Season 6 of the awesome Voltron series. If you are a fan of the original Voltron then you need to be watching this, and if you aren’t a fan you should anyway because we are really looking forward to what the same studio can do with She-Ra after this.

If you want to head out then the Palace Cinemas in Melbourne have some Kubrick for your Friday night. The Palace Cinemas have limited sessions of the original 2001 playing in 70mm film, playing only at the St Kilda Palace Cinema – see why the original has been described as every frame a picture.

Saturday

International Free RPG Day is this Saturday. An international day for you to get your tabletop gaming on with everything good in Role Playing Games. It’s happening across Australia with too many retailers to mention but if you can find a participating store near you with the locator on the official site.

Sunday

The fourth season of the awesome time-trip series 12 Monkeys season 4 is on the SYFY channel for Foxtel subscribers. This is the final season of this series but if you aren’t up to date you can binge the previous 3 seasons on Netflix.

And lastly don’t forget that Marvel Avenger STATION is still in Federation Square in Melbourne. Running through to the end of this month doesn’t leave you a lot of time for this experience that gives you the skills you need to become a S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent in a post Infinity War world.

4. South Australia & Northern Territory

Wednesday

If you want to stay in on Wednesday and have Foxtel you can catch the first episode of  Future Man. This 13 part produced by Seth Rogan time travel series was originally on the US streaming series Hulu has already been renewed for a second season but you can watch it on the Comedy Channel on Wednesday.

Also on Wednesday is the start of the Outta The Box movie festival celebrating classic anime films. First up is the iconic Akira! Now the third time this festival has taken place it is screening at even more Event Cinemas with it Adelaide‘s GU Filmhouse and Marion cinemas + Darwin’s Casuarina cinema all with screenings.

Lastly, before we leave cinemas around the country this Wednesday night is the original Jurassic Park returning to cinemas for one night only. To celebrate the 25th anniversary as well as leaving into Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom being released next week multiple Event Cinemas around the country are having a single screening this Wednesday night. Check your local for screening details.

Thursday

First up Thursday is World Blood Donation Day! If you want to know how or where you can give blood this Thursday find out more from the Red Cross Give Blood Website.

Releasing in cinemas across Australia this Thursday are two awesome films with the long hoped for sequel to Disney’s pre-MCU big screen superheroes The Incredibles 2, and the very not kid friendly but equally awesome Upgrade.

Friday

On Netflix this Friday we get Season 6 of the awesome Voltron series. If you are a fan of the original Voltron then you need to be watching this, and if you aren’t a fan you should anyway because we are really looking forward to what the same studio can do with She-Ra after this.

If you know your Confundus Charm from your Cruciatus Curse then you might have a chance at Harry Potter trivia this Friday at the Port Adelaide Hotel. Booking is essential but also make sure you vote for your favourite Harry Potter to be played after the quiz this Friday night.

Saturday

International Free RPG Day is this Saturday. An international day for you to get your tabletop gaming on with everything good in Role Playing Games. It’s happening across Australia with too many retailers to mention but if you can find a participating store near you with the locator on the official site.

A Brooklyn 99 Trivia night sound like a perfect Saturday night? AHA! Trick question of course it is and that is what is happening at the German Club in Adelaide this weekend. With a best dressed contest and a Jake Peralta themed drinks menu you probably want to binge all of ’99 on Netflix and then rewatch Die Hard for good measure… or just watch Die Hard anyway, because Die Hard.

Sunday

The fourth season of the awesome time-trip series 12 Monkeys season 4 is on the SYFY channel for Foxtel subscribers. This is the final season of this series but if you aren’t up to date you can binge the previous 3 seasons on Netflix.

5. Western Australia

Wednesday

If you want to stay in on Wednesday and have Foxtel you can catch the first episode of  Future Man. This 13 part produced by Seth Rogan time travel series was originally on the US streaming series Hulu has already been renewed for a second season but you can watch it on the Comedy Channel on Wednesday.

Also on Wednesday is the start of the Outta The Box movie festival celebrating classic anime films. First up is the iconic Akira! Now the third time this festival has taken place it is screening at even more Event Cinemas with it Perth‘s Innaloo cinemas with a screening this time.

Lastly, before we leave cinemas around the country this Wednesday night is the original Jurassic Park returning to cinemas for one night only. To celebrate the 25th anniversary as well as leaving into Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom being released next week multiple Event Cinemas around the country are having a single screening this Wednesday night. Check your local for screening details.

Thursday

First up Thursday is World Blood Donation Day! If you want to know how or where you can give blood this Thursday find out more from the Red Cross Give Blood Website.

Releasing in cinemas across Australia this Thursday are two awesome films with the long hoped for sequel to Disney’s pre-MCU big screen superheroes The Incredibles 2, and the very not kid friendly but equally awesome Upgrade.

Friday

On Netflix this Friday we get Season 6 of the awesome Voltron series. If you are a fan of the original Voltron then you need to be watching this, and if you aren’t a fan you should anyway because we are really looking forward to what the same studio can do with She-Ra after this.

You don’t really need an excuse when it comes to Disney but this weekend is your chance to enjoy some inner child like joy with Disney on Ice coming to Perth from Friday. Disneyland might be a bit far away but this will at least help you get your Mickey Mouse fix.

Saturday

International Free RPG Day is this Saturday. An international day for you to get your tabletop gaming on with everything good in Role Playing Games. It’s happening across Australia with too many retailers to mention but if you can find a participating store near you with the locator on the official site.

LARPers of Perth do you wish your LARPing was more Westworld and less Lord of the Rings? This Saturday Boot Hill LARP will be going Wild West for Game Zero: Sheriff Mack’s Wake. Held at the Forster Park in Cloverdale join them at the Tombstone Town Hall for a wake to celebrate the life and deeds of Sheriff Alice Mackellar.

Sunday

The fourth season of the awesome time-trip series 12 Monkeys season 4 is on the SYFY channel for Foxtel subscribers. This is the final season of this series but if you aren’t up to date you can binge the previous 3 seasons on Netflix.

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

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