Competition

WIN Double Passes to Advance Screening of CARGO w/ Filmmaker Q&A in Melbourne!

27 April 2018

A houseboat motors down a river in rural Australia and on board is a father on a life or death mission for his daughter in Ben Howling and Yolanda Ramke’s unsettling zombie thriller that never once uses the ‘Z’ word.

Andy (Martin Freeman) has been attacked by a ‘viral’ and his time is running out. Like all victims, he has 48 hours before the virus fully takes over his body, which means he only has two days to find a new guardian for his infant daughter Rosie. The problem with living in a world devastated by a civilisation-destroying epidemic, however, is that there’s not a lot of people around to trust. Parallel to Andy’s task is the plight of Indigenous teenager Thoomi (Simone Landers), who is attempting to save her dad from his zombiefied fate with the help of her people’s spiritual leader (David Gulpilil).

Marrying a bleak dystopian narrative with an ecological parable in which Indigenous culture and folklore is essential to the narrative, CARGO is the kind of intelligent genre film filled with proper scares and deeply disquieting observations about the state of our nation that puts an electrifying jolt through Australian cinema.

Courtesy of our friends at Umbrella Films & Cinema Nova, we’ve got 5x Double Passes to GIVEAWAY to a Special Advance Screening of CARGO with filmmakers Ben Howling & Yolanda Ramke in-attendance at Cinema Nova in Melbourne on Wednesday May 9th at 6:20pm.

For your chance to WIN, all you need do is LIKE our Facebook Post and EMAIL US at competitions@cultofmonster.com.au with ‘what’s your favourite Aussie horror film and why’.

Entry details and conditions: 
Competition closes at 11:59 pm AEST, Sunday May 6th, 2018.
Open only to folks residing in Australia.
One entry per person.
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Tickets are on sale now for the Special Advance Screening at Cinema Nova and CARGO opens in cinemas across Australia on Thursday May 17th.