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?
We speak to the star of Shark Attack 3: Megalodon about her time with the Shark Attack franchise.
We spoke to the director of Kickboxer, Lady Dragon, Lady Dragon 2, Shark Attack 2 and Shark Attack 3: Megalodon about his long career and working with everyone from JCVD to Clint Eastwood to Cynthia Rothrock and John Barrowman.
It’s John Barrowman vs. a 60ft prehistoric shark… that changes size throughout the film!
With the recent tragic news about the passing of Lethal Weapon 2’s Derrick O’Connor, here is an extract from my interview with him for Born To Be Bad.
For Born To Be Bad, Timon Singh spoke to champion bodybuilder and strongman turned stuntman Sven-Ole Thorsen, who holds the distinction of being killed on-screen by his good friend Arnold Schwarzenegger more times than any other actor!
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.