A killer is on the loose in London and he’s targeting people dressed like Santa Claus!
We’re returning to Komedia Bath this December with a typical festive film about a rapey killer-elf created by an evil Nazi experiment!
Bristol’s Redgrave Theatre will be hosting a special one night only screening of actor/director Neil Breen’s techno-thriller Fateful Findings and the UK premiere of his latest film – Twisted Pair.
This Halloween, we’re screening a truly unique horror film featuring a creepy kid, a murderous teddy bear and a pit full of flesh-eating monsters!
There are many memorable horror icons – Freddy Kreuger, Jason Voorhees and Michael Myers to name a few. Not many would put Teddy the Teddy Bear on that list, but we aim to change that!
Among the many “so weird, you can’t believe how much cocaine must have been snorted to make this a reality films” that we have seen is The Pit, a film where a creepy kid throws victims into a sinkhole full of monsters to appease his evil teddy bear.
Amazingly, this film comes from that most polite of countries – Canada.
Recently released in a brand new 2k transfer, we’ll be screening this unique Canuxploitation film this Halloween! So forget your annual screening of Nightmare on Elm Street or Halloween, join us in The Pit!
Twelve-year old Jamie is one creepy kid. He has a perverse obsession with sex, his only friend is an evil teddy bear, and he’s the only one who knows about the hole in the forest where he feeds raw meat to a ravenous pack of mutant troglodytes. But Jamie will teach them all a lesson, the kids who teased him, the mean old lady down the street, even his pretty new babysitter. Soon they—and his entire town—will face the flesh-eating horror of The Pit!
When: 8.00pm, Wednesday 31st October 2018
Location: Bristol Improv Theatre, 50 St Paul’s Rd, Bristol BS8 1LP, UK
Tickets: £5 (all profits going to Dig Deep)
THIS FILM IS RATED ’18’
“A unique concoction of Canadian horror movie and After School Special.” – Canuxploitation!
“A totally psychotic horror film that catches you off guard!” – Oh, The Horror
“A truly original film and one not easily forgotten…” – Not Coming To A Theatre Near You
We’re celebrating the release of the new Halloween film with a triple bill of terror from the master of horror – John Carpenter!
Bristol Bad Film Club is going on the road… and we’re bringing Samurai Cop to Oxford!
Bristol Bad Film Club is going on the road… and we’re bringing Samurai Cop to Bath!
Ahead of our event, Wakaliwood Forever, we spoke to two of the Ugandan studio’s creative minds – director Isaac Nabwana and producer Alan Hofmanis – to talk about the popularity of their action films, how the studio is expanding and what new projects they’re currently working on.
This August, we’re celebrating the action films of Wakaliwood – the low-budget film industry developing in Uganda’s capital Kampala. We’ll be premiering Wakaliwood – The Documentary along with Uganda’s first action film – Who Killed Captain Alex?