Join Bristol Film Festival for another season of cult cinema classics, screened deep within the Redcliffe Caves – it’s an unforgettable way to discover, or rediscover, some of the silver screen’s hidden gems, sleeper hits and genre favourites. Venture underground into one of the most unique locations in Bristol, themed like a military bunker specially for the occasion. Treat yourself to a beer onsite from festival partners, Wickwar Wessex Brewing, and forget the outside world for a couple of hours…
The 2018 Underground Cinema season starts with a jolt with this screening of The Raid, one of the most electrifying releases of the past decade – strap yourself in tight!
The 2018 Underground Cinema season continues with a screening of Tarantino’s beloved second film Pulp Fiction, arguably his finest work (or at least his most widely quoted…)
The 2018 Underground Cinema season includes two matinee screenings at special discount price – Saturday’s showing is the original Cape Fear, a spine-chilling tale of wrongdoing and revenge…
Bristol Film Festival are delighted to be screening David Lynch’s neo-noir mystery Mulholland Drive – the Caves are the perfect venue pairing for Lynch’s dark surrealism.
Next in the series is the controversial contemporary indie hit "We Need To Talk About Kevin", based upon the award-winning novel by Lionel Shriver.
The Underground Cinema series continues into Saturday evening with Donnie Darko, one of the 21st Century’s true cult sensations.
Bristol Film Festival's late night Saturday slot plays host to a guest Horror In The Caves screening; they’re serving up the recent cannibal horror-drama Raw, which allegedly caused audience members to faint during the premiere…!
Bristol Film Festival's 2018 Underground Cinema season includes two matinee screenings at special discount price – Sunday’s showing is the infamous Peeping Tom, one of the forefathers of the serial killer/slasher genre.
Sunday’s 2018 Underground Cinema programme continues with a screening of Terry Gilliam’s brilliantly twisted Brazil. "A bureaucrat, in a retro-future world, tries to correct an administrative error, and becomes an enemy of the state."
Sunday’s 2018 Underground Cinema programme continues with Do The Right Thing, Spike Lee’s controversial and critically acclaimed comedy-drama.
"You remind me of the babe What babe? babe with the power What power? power of voodoo Who do? you do..."
Bristol Film Festival are delighted to be screening Labyrinth at the Underground Cinema this March – it’s sure to be an unforgettable experience.
Bristol Film Festival's 2018 Underground Cinema season concludes with Tim Burton’s beloved Edward Scissorhands.