Welcome to Warrior’s Island, burial ground of disgraced martial arts masters!Continue reading SOLD OUT: RAW FORCE (1982) – 26th September, Bristol Improv Theatre
On Thursday 22 January, Bristol Bad Film Club screened Gymkata to a sold out crowd at the Southbank Club in Southville.
If you thought the likes of Dolemite, Shaft, Cleopatra Jones, Truck Turner, Sheba Baby and Trouble Man were of a dubious quality, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
This November we’re showing Jim Kelly’s Black Samurai which, despite the presence of midget hit men and a killer vulture, is not regarded as one of the high points of the blaxploitation genre. However, it is by no means the worse…
Continue reading The top 5 “worst” blaxploitation films ever made
We are very pleased to be able announce that we are working with local ethical t-shirt producer Call of the Brave to bring you an all new, previously unavailable, Bristol Bad Film Club t-shirt!
Listen up you jive turkeys! We’re showing Jim Kelly’s cult blaxploitation/martial arts movie Black Samurai at an actual Bristol dojo! Can you dig it? Continue reading SOLD OUT: BLACK SAMURAI (1977) – 21st November, Templegate Dojo, Temple Meads
On Saturday night, 70 people climbed aboard the MV Balmoral to watch the Bristol Bad Film Club’s latest offering, Shark Attack 3: Megalodon, starring John Barrowman.
Last night in Victoria Park, Bedminster, the Bristol Bad Film Club sent the people of Bristol back to the 80s with a special nostalgia-fest outdoor screening of Masters of the Universe. Allow me to set the scene.
When a film is depicting Mount Olympus, home of the gods, in a land known for its heat and glorious weather, and the venue you are at is warmer than the scenes in the film look, you know it’s going to be interesting.
“Ha, ha, ha. You have strucked Hercules!” – Come see Arnie, and his loose grasp of English, in his first ever starring role.