SOLD OUT: RAW FORCE (1982) – 26th September, Bristol Improv Theatre

Welcome to Warrior’s Island, burial ground of disgraced martial arts masters!

Restoration courtesy of Vinegar Syndrome and the American Genre Film Archive.

Edward Murphy’s RAW FORCE is a virtual smorgasbord of over the top sleaze –mixing zombies, cannibals, outrageous action, gore, copious amounts of nudity and starring exploitation greats, Cameron Mitchell and Vic Diaz.

Vinegar Syndrome presents this quintessential piece of early 80′s trash newly restored from the original camera negative.

When the Burbank Kung Fu Club travels to this mysterious island, they quickly find themselves facing the bloodthirsty vengeance of flesh ripping, kung fu fighting zombies, gun-toting white slave traders and a band of strange monks, who may be the only key to explaining the madness.

This film and event is certified ’18’. No one younger than 18 will be admitted to the event.

In order to make the event as accessible to as many people as possible, the main feature will be subtitled.

When: 8.00pm (doors open: 7.30pm), Sunday 26th September 2021

Location: Bristol Improv Theatre, 50 St Paul’s Rd, Bristol BS8 1LP, UK

All tickets : £5


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“Raw Force has a disgraced zombie samurai, a kung fu SWAT babe, Nazi jade smugglers, killer piranha, supernatural cannibal monks AND Cameron Mitchell. Technically that means it wins ‘Movies’.” – The Bad Movie Bible

“It’s big, dumb, and loud, but remarkably enchanting during its pursuit of escapism, winning over viewers one sluggish crescent kick and blouse removal at a time. –

“It’s cheap; it’s tawdry; it’s vulgar; and it’s almost watchable in a cheesy sort of way.” – Hollywood Bitchslap