Tammy And The T-Rex. Mac and Me. Mannequin 2: On The Move. The Ice Pirates. With such a number of unique films to his name, we tracked down British-born director Stewart Raffill to talk about crazy product placement, Paul Rudd using your films to troll talk show hosts and putting Paul Walker’s brain into a robotic dinosaur.
Born To Be Bad author Timon Singh talks to 80s action cinema’s most distinctive henchman – Al Leong.
Born To Be Bad author Timon Singh lets off some steam with Bennett himself – Vernon Wells.
With the June release of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, it only seemed right we screen a dinosaur movie… and there is no stranger, or crazier dinosaur film than Tammy and the T-Rex. Maybe Anonymous Rex…
As part of the Museums At Night, we’re doing a special screening of Arrow Video’s new re-release of cult British horror film Rawhead Rex in the crypt of St John’s On The Wall Church.
The Cosmic Shed and Bristol Bad Film Club were lucky enough to go to MCM London Comic Con and speak to one of our favourite action stars Scott Adkins, who was promoting his long-time passion project Accident Man.
We spoke to Michael M. Foley , the man behind the collar in The Divine Enforcer!
Ahead of our Cannon Films celebration, we were lucky enough to speak to director Mark Hartley about his latest documentary – Electric Boogaloo: The Wild Untold Story of Cannon Films.
In Part 2 of our in-depth interview with Street Fighter writer/director Steven E. DeSouza, we talk about winning bets about Die Hard, working with Arnie, returning to screen writing and what Commando 2 would have been about…
In the build-up to our screening of STREET FIGHTER at Kongs of Kings Street, we talk to some of the cast and crew about their experiences making this infamous film. In this exclusive interview, we talk to actor Byron Mann about playing one of the game’s most beloved characters – Ryu.