THE ROOM: AN INTERACTIVE EXPERIENCE

Rating: M
Length: 99 mins
Cast:
Tommy Wiseau, Greg Sestero, Doggie, Spoons
Session Times:
Fri 3rd Jun: 9:00pm  
Fri 1st Jul: 9:00pm  
Fri 5th Aug: 9:00pm  
Fri 2nd Sep: 9:00pm  
Fri 7th Oct: 9:00pm  
Fri 4th Nov: 9:00pm  
Fri 2nd Dec: 9:00pm  

Click on your selected session time to book

Oh, Hi Sydney!

The cult phenomenon The Room returns to The Orpheum (an exclusive monthly event) and as always will be an audience interactive screening – so grab your plastic spoon at the door!

Bring your friends, have a drink at the Orpheum bar (you’ll probably need two) and enjoy what has been referred to as “The Citizen Kane of Bad Movies”.

The Room is a 2003 American independent romantic drama film starring Tommy Wiseau, who also wrote, directed, and produced the feature.

Originally only shown in a limited number of California theatres, the film quickly developed a cult following as fans found humour in the film’s bizarre storytelling and various technical and narrative flaws.

Within a decade of its premiere, the film was selling out showings around the United States and had inspired a video game, book, and traveling stage show.

Tommy Wiseau unsuccessfully lobbied to get the film an Academy Award nomination and “fans” on his website are able to sign a petition to get Tommy a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The Critics:

“The Citizen Kane of Bad Movies” – Entertainment Weekly

“A movie so bad, so inept, so unbelievably painful, it’s almost impossible to comprehend anyone thought it would be great on-screen” – Cinema Crazed

“If you experience brain damage as a result of watching this film, I disavow any responsibility whatsoever” – Playback

“And that’s the conundrum of “The Room. It’s so very bad that it becomes riveting” – KPBS.org

“PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE gave me nowhere near as many belly laughs” LYTrules.com

“A bona fide classic of midnight cinema, Tommy Wiseau’s misguided masterpiece subverts the rules of filmmaking with a boundless enthusiasm that renders such mundanities as acting, screenwriting, and cinematography utterly irrelevant. You will never see a football the same way again” – Rotten Tomatoes

Official Trailer