Secret Cinema Presents Blade Runner - The Final Cut: A Secret Live Experience from £45 (+ B/F)
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Secret Cinema Presents Blade Runner - The Final Cut: A Secret Live Experience from £45 (+ B/F)

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Found 31st Jan
Secret Cinema Presents Blade Runner - The Final Cut: A Secret Live
Experience. Enter the neon-drenched world of LA. Tickets available from
12pm on Thursday 1st February.
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Haha love the comments from people have no idea what secret cinema is.......
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So full price then?
Heat for the experience, if you’re a fan.

The most overrated film in cinema history though, in my most humble opinion.
people think £10 is expensive for a ticket, i love the move but not paying 45 for a ticket will happily just watch the 4k blu on my tv
Edited by: "Robert.Taylor94" 31st Jan
money better spent toward a 4K TV or 4K projector
a night out for 2 = 90 quid
decent 4K TV = 300-400 quid
lowest priced 4K projector = 1200-1500

after getting a 4k projector for 1050 I don't see a need to go out to most films anymore
Haha love the comments from people have no idea what secret cinema is.......
Perfect timing for the wife's 40th. Can use that as an excuse for a top tier ticket
danielbentham11 m ago

Haha love the comments from people have no idea what secret cinema …Haha love the comments from people have no idea what secret cinema is.......


Agreed - I was dragged to Moulin Rouge by the other half - and I HATE musicals. Fantastic experience !!!
danielbentham21 m ago

Haha love the comments from people have no idea what secret cinema …Haha love the comments from people have no idea what secret cinema is.......


If only someone knew and could tell us?
Full price, Don't get it.
Couldn't justify paying £45 and up for this when I have 6 different versions of the movie at home, although you do get all the immersive experience bits, the BR 2049 immersive experience at comic con last year was free!
fablanta1 h, 44 m ago

If only someone knew and could tell us?


Each one is different but Google secret cinema star wars for example
Gotta say, I'm not a fan of this movie but I did secret cinema Back to the future. And it was an outstanding immerse experience. Well worth the buxks
Secret Cinema is great and I love the film, but not sure why it's on a deal site, unless someone can point out the discount?
Secret Cinema is all about immersive theatre. It's not *just* watching the film.
The best Secret Cinemas are the ones that dont advertise.
This is not a deal?
danielbentham4 h, 46 m ago

Haha love the comments from people have no idea what secret cinema …Haha love the comments from people have no idea what secret cinema is.......


Well, thank you for enlightening us - oh hang on, you didn't! So we can presume that YOU don't know what it is either.
And since the front page on the website fails to explain its USP, there doesn't seem to be any reason for delving deeper. It might be a fantastic experience - or it might be hipster crap, we'll never know. ........ or care!
pete_l1 h, 34 m ago

Well, thank you for enlightening us - oh hang on, you didn't! So we can …Well, thank you for enlightening us - oh hang on, you didn't! So we can presume that YOU don't know what it is either.And since the front page on the website fails to explain its USP, there doesn't seem to be any reason for delving deeper. It might be a fantastic experience - or it might be hipster crap, we'll never know. ........ or care!


Hence I said Google it on another post so you get an idea......... e.g. secret cinema star wars .......

shock horror the first link is a video or maybe i need to enlighten you on how to search on google...

I can teach you how to use toilet roll too if needed

Edited by: "danielbentham" 31st Jan
I'll try to sum up Secret Cinema for those that haven't been. I went to the Moulin Rouge one last year knowing it would be an immersive cinema experience and that's all I knew.

Not to give too much away I'll say this, you get back what you put in. If you go in thinking '£50 for a bloody film' you won't enjoy it in the slightest. If you go in with an open mind and follow the information they give you leading up to it you'll have one of the best nights of your life. I'm generally quite a shy person and I ended up singing on stage in front of easily 50 to 100 people and had an amazing time doing it.

The Blade Runner experience should be out of this world. Going on from what friends have told me about their take on 28 Days Later, Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Back to The Future (they recreated the town for the project) and Dirty Dancing it should be their best yet considering its the 10th anniversary of Secret Cinema.

Last year's was I think £80 for the base ticket so for me, £45/£50 is a bargain. Unless you go to one or have been to one you'll never experience anything like it. I can't rate it highly enough.
Edited by: "flyan" 31st Jan
Jezza678 h, 29 m ago

Couldn't justify paying £45 and up for this when I have 6 different …Couldn't justify paying £45 and up for this when I have 6 different versions of the movie at home, although you do get all the immersive experience bits, the BR 2049 immersive experience at comic con last year was free!


There's only one version of Blade Runner.
Halfang7 h, 46 m ago

There's only one version of Blade Runner.


Really!
  • Workprint prototype version (1982) ...
  • San Diego sneak preview version (1982) ...
  • US theatrical release (1982) ...
  • International theatrical release (1982) ...
  • US broadcast version (1986) ...
  • The Director's Cut (1992) ...
  • The Final Cut (2007) ...
Looking forward to this!
I went to the Back to the future one and it was an amazing day!
Bit pricy, but had a great time
Jezza6750 m ago

Really!Workprint prototype version (1982) ... San Diego sneak preview …Really!Workprint prototype version (1982) ... San Diego sneak preview version (1982) ... US theatrical release (1982) ... International theatrical release (1982) ... US broadcast version (1986) ... The Director's Cut (1992) ... The Final Cut (2007) ...


Hadn't heard of the San Diego Sneak version. Is that the one before they decided to add the voice-over?
Jezza678 h, 33 m ago

Really!Workprint prototype version (1982) ... San Diego sneak preview …Really!Workprint prototype version (1982) ... San Diego sneak preview version (1982) ... US theatrical release (1982) ... International theatrical release (1982) ... US broadcast version (1986) ... The Director's Cut (1992) ... The Final Cut (2007) ...


I think you missed his point
Looks great. Paying extra to watch third rate actors reenact parts of films in front of the screen using cheesy props. At least they make some of the venues so large you don't have to see them in any detail as you're so far from the screen/stage.I can just imagine the hamming going on and the quality of the added dialogue.
Today only, no booking fee.
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