With The Disaster Artist set to hit cinema screens worldwide this month, Bristol Bad Film Club’s Timon Singh looks at why we keep falling in love with Tommy Wiseau and his cult ‘masterpiece’ The Room.
For The Love of Sci-Fi is bringing legendary cult and sci-fi actors to Manchester this December!
Ahead of Space Mutiny, we tried desperately to get an interview with Reb Brown to talk to him about some of the films he’s appeared in over the past few decades – he refused (and, according to an intermediary, also wanted $1,000), so instead, let’s look at some of the highlights of his illustrious career!
After working together on Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance, director Gregory Hatanaka and Tommy Wiseau are re-teaming for a new project – EXTREMES.
Little is known about the project at the moment, but it will feature a lot of the cast of Samurai Cop 2 including Bai Ling, Nicole Bailey, Mel Novak and Laurene Landon.
Gregory Hatanaka will be writing the film as well as directing it and has promised “Besson action elements”.
Expect more news as and when we hear it.
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24 HOURS. 16 FILMS. ZERO NAPS – It’s our 24-HOUR BAD MOVIE MARATHON for Children In Need! Please donate at www.justgiving.com/BristolBadFilmClub
To raise money for Children in Need, we’re going to watch nothing but bad movies for 24 hours straight…
With the release of SPECTRE on the horizon, we’re screening James Bond ‘rip-off’ NEVER TOO YOUNG TO DIE on 8 Oct to raise money for the Kids Kino Project. However, it is by no means the weirdest Bond ‘parody’ out there…
Imagine Avatar, but with Vikings, Nazis and giant eagles…