Black Christmas

From the makers of US, GET OUT, & HALLOWEEN  Advanced ticket sales on now

As Christmas approaches, the students of Hawthorne College are getting ready for the break. During a party to celebrate, when sorority sister Helena (Madeleine Adams) goes missing one night and doesn't return by the next morning, her fellow sister Riley (Imogen Poots) reports her disappearance to the police, but isn't taken seriously as they tell her nine times out of ten, missing women are just hanging out with a boyfriend.

Riley begins to get strange phone calls from heavy breathers. When she and another sorority sister, Kris (Aleyse Shannon), get threatening texts, they realize something is definitely wrong. Soon after, they discover they're being targeted as one by one, the members of their sorority are being killed. Not only that, but they believe one of the faculty, Professor Gelson (Cary Elwes), may be involved somehow.

However, the killer is about to discover that this generation’s young women aren’t willing to become helpless victims, as they mount a fight to the finish.


Black Christmas
  • Cast
  • Imogen Poots, Cary Elwes, Lily Donoghue
  • Director
  • Sophia Takal
  • Genre
  • Horror, Mystery, Thriller
  • Classification
  • M, 98 mins
  • Consumer Advice
  • Horror themes, violence and coarse language
  • Country of Origin
  • New Zealand, USA

Session Times

  • Sat 14 Dec
    ALL $10 + 7.1 + NFT
  • Sun 15 Dec
    ALL $10 + 7.1 + NFT
  • Mon 16 Dec
    ALL $10 + 7.1 + NFT
  • Tue 17 Dec
    ALL $8 + 7.1 + NFT
  • Wed 18 Dec
    ALL $10 + 7.1 + NFT


Only applicable if sessions above are marked with any of the following:

$8 : ALL SEATS $8.00   $10 : ALL TIX $10   $12 : ALL TIX $12   7.1 : Dolby 7.1   SAVER : EVERYONE SAVER   NFT : No Free Tickets   SO : Sold Out   S.M : STUDENT MONDAYS  

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