Bristol Bad Film Club is going on the road… and we’re bringing Samurai Cop to Bath!
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?
It’s John Barrowman vs. a 60ft prehistoric shark… that changes size throughout the film!
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.
It was our fourth screening back in Jan 2014, but we’re bringing it back! Miami Connection! It’s a tai-kwon-do rock band battling drug smuggling ninja bikers. Need we say more?
It’s the female version of Die Hard! Well… not really, but it’s better than Die Hard 4.0 and A Good Day to Die Hard!
Recently re-discovered by French Bad Film aficionados Nanarland, Karate Vs Mafia is the first Spanish-made martial arts film! It has become a smash-hit with European B-movie fans, so we’re bringing it to Bristol for its UK premiere!
We’re kicking off the new year with a little-known Troma movie featuring sex, murder and a performance dance troupe!