Bristol Bad Film Club is teaming up with What The Frock! to show Supergirl… the reason Wonder Woman is still waiting to have her own film. Continue reading SUPERGIRL (1984) – 24th April 2014, The Cuban, Harbourside
Meet Agent 00: He’s lethal, charming and only three feet tall… Continue reading FOR Y’UR HEIGHT ONLY (1981) – 20th March 2014, The Cuban, Harbourside
The “Citizen Kane of bad movies” is finally here…
It’s a tai-kwon-do rock band battling drug smuggling ninja bikers. Need we say more? Continue reading SOLD OUT: MIAMI CONNECTION (1987) – 16th January 2014, The Cuban, Harbourside
It’s an Italian-produced Star Wars rip-off starring David Hasselhoff! Why have you not already bought your tickets?!
Everyone has heard of the spaghetti Western, but in the wake of Star Wars there were numerous European-produced ‘spaghetti space operas’… and this is one of the most infamous! STARCRASH! Continue reading SOLD OUT: STARCRASH (1979) – 21st November 2013: The Planetarium, At-Bristol
Famously scoring 0% on Rotten Tomatoes, Troll 2 is one of the most famous “best worst” films of all time. Now, you can watch it alongside Best Worst Movie, made by Troll 2 child star Michael Stephenson, which charts how the film went from cinematic disaster to cherished cult classic. Continue reading SOLD OUT: TROLL 2 / BEST WORST MOVIE – 27th October 2013: The Lansdown, Clifton
Imagine a low-budget version of Lethal Weapon where Mel Gibson spends most of his time being racist to the Japanese, attempts to sleep with anything that moves and walks around in his pants a lot. That’s Samurai Cop, but it really is so much more than that…
Described as “both the best and the worst action film ever”, Samurai Cop is an unintentionally hilarious action film that sees San Diego cop Joe ‘Samurai’ Marshall dispatched to stop the drug-trafficking Yakuza cartel – The Katana Gang. Continue reading SOLD OUT: SAMURAI COP (1989) – 18th September 2013: The Island (The Old Police Station), Broadmead
Come to the first screening of the Bristol Bad Film Club!
Routinely voted the ‘Worst Film Of All Time’ by cinema aficionados, there is a lot to enjoy in Ed Wood’s anti-classic. Continue reading SOLD OUT: PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE (1959) – 15th August 2013: The Lansdown, Clifton