Kendall Square cinema is back, with a new movie series that will begin on Thursday and run through the end of November.
The Kendall Square Cinemas films will be produced by the Kendall Square Films label, with titles to be released at locations around the world.
In the meantime, there are now two Kendall Square films available to view in the cinema and digital download.
Kendall Square Cinema 2: The Last Summer is a horror movie set in the early 1980s, which was inspired by a true story about an abandoned hotel where children were tortured to death.
This film will feature an appearance by the actor James Deen, who starred in the film as a boy.
Cinema 2: The Last Summer will be available on October 26 and will cost $10.99 (USD).
Cineplex is offering an online version of Kendall Square Movies for the next few weeks.
For a limited time, Cinema 3: The Lost will be available for $10 (USD) for one day.
As of today, Cinema 2 and Cinema 3 have been downloaded over 5.7 million times.
While Kellymooners will be making a return on the digital channel, Cinema will be taking on a different format, as the film will be a two-disc DVD.
There will also be a limited number of digital downloads available.
Here are the full list of Kendall Park cinema titles:Kendell Square Cinema (Kendal Cinema) is a horror film set in a hidden room of a hotel in Kendall Square, Melbourne.
Three boys, a man and a woman, torture themselves to death, then bury them in the canyon.
But as the bodies begin to fall to the bottom of the canyon, a ghost is seen wandering around.
And the ghost becomes the key to unlocking the hotel and its secret.
Cinderella: Cinderella’s Tale (Cindescent Studios) is an action-adventure film set in Kensington and featuring the voice of Cynthia Nixon as Cinderella.
Based on the bestselling children’s book by Melanie Macdonald, this animated film follows the adventures of Cinderella, Snow White, Pocahontas and other Disney characters as they battle the evil Prince Charming, who is seeking to conquer the world and destroy all that is good.
Charming’s fantasy comes to life with a score composed by Sue Gardner and the voice talents of Paul Reubens and Miley Cyrus.
King of the Hill (ABC Studios) is an adaptation of the popular popular TV series King Of The Hill, based on the popular television series of the same name.
On this high-octane holiday special, King of the Hill’s characters live and do the things they love.
They do it in a way that makes them look like themselves.
“We’ve been hearing from our fans for a while that the Kendall Park Cinema series was an idea that they were interested in,” said Cinderellas CEO, Paula Brierley.
We’re very excited to get it back on the screens.
It’s really exciting to see it again and it’s also exciting to be able to bring it to people who are looking for that nostalgic experience.
So, we’re really happy to bring this back to the community.
Now that KENDAL CINEMA has been officially launched, Cinderellias has launched the new KendraParkCinemas website.
To see the full lineup of films, click here.
Kendra Parks has a special premiere on ABC TV and will also be available to watch on the ABC News Channel and the ABC TV app for iPhone, iPad, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Xbox.
Tickets are now available at www.kendalparkcinemas.com/tickets and there are also online and physical cinema ticketing options available.
To purchase tickets, go to www/KendraParks.com and click on the button to the left.
If you are unable to attend Kendo Parks’ premieres, cineplex can also be seen in Cinéx at 8:30pm on Thursday and Friday.
Fans can also watch Kenzie Park Cinema at cinemas.kendo.com.au from 8:30am on Saturday and Sunday.
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