On 8th September, Bristol Bad Film Club will be taking over #MTOS and turning the conversation to cinema’s worst.
Every Sunday at 8pm on Twitter, a series of 10 questions (one every ten minutes) is asked around a particular theme, with the hashtag #mtos.
Started by @MovieTOS, it has grown to be hosted by different people each week, with a wealth of topics covered. It’s a bit of fun on a Sunday evening.
Just start each tweet on the topic with the answer number, and finish it off with the #mtos hashtag, so your tweets look thus:
“A3. My amazing thoughts on this film. #mtos”
On Sunday 8 September from 8pm, Bristol Bad Film Club will be hosting the questions, all around – unsurprisingly – bad films. Of course, we’re not talking bad films like Transformers 3 or Taken 2, but the ones of the ‘so bad, they’re good’ variety.
Follow us @TheOtherBBFC (or click the Twitter follow button on the left) for the questions appearing on the night. To have a think in advance, please take a look at the questions below.
Q1. What makes a bad film so enjoyable? #mtos
Q2. What do you think of the recent trend of ‘intentionally bad’ films, like Sharknado? #mtos
Q3. What is the best giant animal monster seen on the big screen? #mtos
Q4. Who is the best DTV star of their generation? #mtos
Q5. What’s your favourite piece of dire-logue ever? #mtos
Q6. What are the worst special effects you have ever seen? #mtos
Q7. Sci-fi bad film or action bad film. Which is the most entertaining and why? #mtos
Q8. Which decade is the best for producing bad films, and why? #mtos
Q9. How do people making bad films not realise they’re bad films? #mtos
Q10. If you could see any bad film on a big screen, what would it be? #mtos
Bristol Bad Film Club holds screenings of these films at venues around Bristol. Our first screening, a sell-out, was of Edward D. Wood Jr’s Plan 9 From Outer Space. Our second screening is of the 1980s bizarre classic SAMURAI COP. If you’re local, why not come along and join the mayhem on Wednesday 18 September, at 8pm, at The Island (The Old Police Station) in Broadmead, Bristol.
Tickets are available here.