The Watershed and Bristol Bad Film Club are proud to announce a very special event with Greg Sestero, writer of The Disaster Artist, for a screening of the ‘Citizen Kane of Bad Films’ – The Room.Continue reading SOLD OUT: THE ROOM (2003) + Greg Sestero Q&A – 29th April, The Watershed
It’s back! The “Citizen Kane of bad movies” is returning to Bristol!Continue reading SOLD OUT: THE ROOM (2003) – 19th February, Bristol Improv Theatre
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.
Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero, the stars of cult hit The Room, are returning to Bristol with their new film – Best F(r)iends!
Tommy Wiseau, the man behind the “Citizen Kane of bad movies”, is coming to Bristol. You’re welcome!
The Room‘s Greg Sestero visited Bristol to talk about making the ‘Citizen Kane of Bad Movies’ and his friendship with Tommy Wiseau… so we thought we better sit down and talk to him!
We sat down with Tommy Wiseau, the writer, director, producer and star of the ‘Citizen Kane of Bad Films’: The Room
After working together on Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance, director Gregory Hatanaka and Tommy Wiseau are re-teaming for a new project – EXTREMES.
Little is known about the project at the moment, but it will feature a lot of the cast of Samurai Cop 2 including Bai Ling, Nicole Bailey, Mel Novak and Laurene Landon.
Gregory Hatanaka will be writing the film as well as directing it and has promised “Besson action elements”.
Expect more news as and when we hear it.
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It’s back! The “Citizen Kane of bad movies” is returning to Bristol!
With the help of Sheffield’s The Five and Dime Picture Show, we once again unleashed The Room upon the people of Bristol.