With The Disaster Artist set to hit cinema screens worldwide this month, Bristol Bad Film Club’s Timon Singh looks at why we keep falling in love with Tommy Wiseau and his cult ‘masterpiece’ The Room.
In the build-up to our screening of STREET FIGHTER at Kongs of Kings Street, we talk to some of the cast and crew about their experiences making this infamous film. We were fortunate to be able to put some questions to Grand L. Bush – a.k.a Balrog!
With the help of Sheffield’s The Five and Dime Picture Show, we once again unleashed The Room upon the people of Bristol.
2014 was a busy year – not only did we somehow manage to fit 13 screenings into 12 months, but we also did our first outdoor screening, which over 500 of you turned up to!
On Saturday, over 200 people filed into the Doubletree Hotel at the end of BristolCon for the latest Bristol Bad Film Club screening Uninvited.
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.
As part of Big Green Week, Bristol Bad Film Club decided to educate the city on the perils of global warming, why birds aren’t to be trusted and why the talent of Alan Bagh has to be seen to be believed.