Battle Royale Cosplay & Screening @ Cinefamily’s Silent Movie Theatre

cinefamily's silent movie theatre battle royale screening

Last Friday night, I went to Tune in Tokyo’s cosplay event for the Battle Royale (バトル・ロウイアル) screening at Cinefamily’s The Silent Theatre, sponsored by FEARnet.

cinefamily's silent movie theatre battle royale screening

battle royale movie cover box art

Although I’ve seen the movie battle royale before, it was nice seeing in again for the first time on the big screen. In fact I’ve never seen a high quality version of battle royale before! This was the first time ever that battle royale had been shown in a theatre in the USA. Kinda exciting!

battle royale cosplay costume

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I dressed up with my boyfriend and a few other friends to the event. It was fun making the accessories for the cosplay outfit. I was able to create a collar that had a led light inside that blinks! I think I discovered the best way to make the collar too, let me know if your interested. The movie ticket cost $10, but if you cosplayed, it only cost $5! I really enjoyed this event, especially the free Guinness beer that was provided. Everyone was very friendly too.

battle royale cosplay costume contest

At the end, there was a cosplay costume contest. Ebuhree won the contests of course, her cosplay was amazing! There were a lot of other people who cosplayed, enough to make a class! It was a fun night 🙂

6 Replies to “Battle Royale Cosplay & Screening @ Cinefamily’s Silent Movie Theatre”

  1. Love your site. Its so cute!!!

    1. Thanks! 😀

  2. Got my way on to your blog while searching in google. Can you please tell me how to make the collar with LED? Through email would be nice ^^; (

    1. Yea sure. I’ll email u some info. I actually got a request on this a long while back so I can just forward u that. Lol.

  3. Would you mind sending me the collar making instructions as well? I’m making the costume for an event 🙂

    1. Just sent you an email with old instructions that I’ve sent other readers who have contacted me. I’m not sure if my links still work, but hope it helps get you in the right direction!

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