Kristian Fletcher was one of the key people at the forefront of Brisbane's now-flourishing cult/classic cinema scene. From one-off special events to successful cult movie programs, Kristian can be seen at venues all over Brisbane on a regular basis.

In October 2000, aged 17, he began presenting screenings of The Rocky Horror Picture Show with a floorshow by local troupe Cards 4 Sorrow.

It was Rocky Horror which gave Kristian the interest and experience to present other themed cult movie events and he expanded with Able Productions in 2003.

In 2005, he launched Retro-Spekt, a 'travelling' retro dance party which is still seen at venues around Brisbane.

Kristian's events have a distinct 'retro' feel stemming from his love of the 70s/80s and nostalgia.

Kristian is currently working on a book entitled Rocky Road: Confessions of a Cult Movie Exhibitor which will chronicle fifteen years in the industry.

Kristian cites Kate Bush, director John Waters and Madonna as his main influences.


Rocky Horror Picture Show screenings with Cards 4 Sorrow floorshow (2000 - present)
Schonell Theatre cult movie events (2000-2004, 2012 - present)
Floating Cinema, Brisbane River (2004)
Monthly Cult Films @ Metro Arts (2005 - 2006 & 2009)
Globe Theatre, Fortitude Valley (2006 - 2011)
Retro-Spekt dance parties (2005 - present)
Room 60 pop-up screenings (2012 - 2014)
Paddo Tavern (2013)
Interactive screenings at Redcliffe Cultural Centre (2012 - present)
New Globe Theatre (2014 - 2018)
Retro's Cocktail Lounge (2015 - present)
New Farm Cinemas (2015-2016)
New Farm Bowls Club (2017 - present)