Event: Bristol Bad Film Club 15.08.13

by awamu on July 25, 2013 · 0 comments

in Events and workshops, Events in Bristol

Whether it’s the horrendous acting, the UFOs that are clearly car hubcaps or dialogue that features such howlers as “Can your heart stand the shocking facts of grave robbers from outer space?”, there is something for everyone to stare aghast – and to make this guilty pleasure even better the Bristol Bad Film Club are donating all the profits from their showing to awamu!

Timon Singh and Tim Popple founded the Bristol Bad Film Club because they believe that bad films are best enjoyed as a group and wanted to share the experience with their beloved city.

PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE is routinely voted the ‘Worst Film Of All Time’ by cinema aficionados, there is a lot to enjoy in Ed Wood’s anti-classic.

The film will be introduced by Dr Mark Bould, author of Science Fiction and Film and Literature professor at UWE. He will also conduct a Q&A after the film.

When: 8.00pm, 15th August 2013

Location: The Lansdown, 8 Clifton Rd, Bristol, Avon BS8 1AF

Tickets: £5 in advance/ £6 on the door (All profits will be going to Awamu)

Click here to buy tickets

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“The most phenomenally popular cult classic ever in the entire history of motion pictures! The double Golden Turkey Award winner – worst picture and worst director, this legendary film was written, directed and produced by Edward D.Wood Jr. Some films that achieve legendary status fail to fully live up to their reputation – but not Plan 9 From Outer Space. It is just as magnificently terrible as you’ve heard. Aliens invade Earth in hubcap flying saucers to implement their ninth plan of conquest (the first eight failed). This time they raise the dead to conscript armies of mindless cadavers (well, three!) featuring the most famous lady zombie of all, Vampira, the hulking ex-wrestler Tor Johnson and Bela Lugosi in his swan song performance.”

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