In the future, a strange fungus has changed nearly everyone into a thoughtless, flesh eating monster. When a scientist and a teacher find a girl who seems to be immune to the fungus, they begin a journey to save humanity. Based on the M.R. Carey Novel, it stars Gemma Arterton, Paddy Considine and Academy Award nominated Actress Glenn Close. Friday, October 13 at 8:30pm Replay Watch all weekend from 8:30pm Friday 13 till Sunday 15th

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Main Event would like to congratulate WBO World Welterweight Champion Jeff "The Hornet" Horn, winner of the Sport Australia Hall of Fame 2017 The Don Award for the sporting achievement of the year which has inspired the people of Australia.

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Set in Brisbane over 12 hours, Australia Day explores the lives of three Australians from diverse backgrounds whose different worlds collide, illuminating contemporary issues that simmer beneath the surface of modern Australia. Premieres Friday Sep 29 8:30pm and replaying all weekend,

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Set in Brisbane over 12 hours, Australia Day explores the lives of three Australians from diverse backgrounds whose different worlds collide, illuminating contemporary issues that simmer beneath the surface of modern Australia. Premieres Friday Sep 29 8:30pm and replaying all weekend,

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Filmed and Directed by award winning ocean cinematographer Tim Bonython, traveling around the planet to interview the world’s most renowned big wave surfers to document the biggest & craziest waves. “The Danger Level increases as we attempt to climb a mountain of water where the peak keeps getting higher” Alex Gray, big wave surfer. Five years in the making the The Big Wave Project follows a tight-knit crew of leading big wave surfers who are working together to attempt a personal goal that drills to core passion of surfing: Riding the World’s Biggest Wave. We hear candid, personal, no-holes barred accounts as the real fear of death walks side by side with ultimate personal glory. The Big Wave Project depicts the history of the how the sport has developed from humble origins to modern tow-in surfing with the latest challenges of returning to the simple art of unassisted paddling into 100-foot walls of water. FEATURING: Jamie Mitchell, Aaron Gold, Mark Healey, Ryan Hipwood, Grant “Twiggy” Baker, Billy Kemper, with insights from Peter Mel, Big Wave icon Greg Noll, the legendary late Brock Little and many more…

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Filmed and Directed by award winning ocean cinematographer Tim Bonython, traveling around the planet to interview the world’s most renowned big wave surfers to document the biggest & craziest waves. “The Danger Level increases as we attempt to climb a mountain of water where the peak keeps getting higher” Alex Gray, big wave surfer. Five years in the making the The Big Wave Project follows a tight-knit crew of leading big wave surfers who are working together to attempt a personal goal that drills to core passion of surfing: Riding the World’s Biggest Wave. We hear candid, personal, no-holes barred accounts as the real fear of death walks side by side with ultimate personal glory. The Big Wave Project depicts the history of the how the sport has developed from humble origins to modern tow-in surfing with the latest challenges of returning to the simple art of unassisted paddling into 100-foot walls of water. FEATURING: Jamie Mitchell, Aaron Gold, Mark Healey, Ryan Hipwood, Grant “Twiggy” Baker, Billy Kemper, with insights from Peter Mel, Big Wave icon Greg Noll, the legendary late Brock Little and many more…

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