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"SPACE MUTINY!" - 8pm Screening

The Bristol Bad Film Club @ Bristol Improv Theatre

On April 14 the awesome Mystery Science Theatre 3000 will return with Nerdist's Jonah Ray hosting the new series on Netflix! We're so excited, we've decided to screen the film behind one of the funniest episodes of the original series - SPACE MUTINY!

There is so much going on with this film, and we're not even talking about the usual production nonsense that goes on with these kinds of films.

First, there's leading man Reb Brown (also known as "Slab Bulkhead", "Fridge Largemeat" and "Big McLarge Huge") - a B-movie actor who looks like a human personification of the American flag.

Brown has starred in some of the greatest B-movies of all time - Yor: Hunter From The Future! RoboWar (it's an Italian remake of Predator... with a killer robot)! Strike Commando! The Sword And The Sorcerer! God, we really should do a Reb Brown Night...

Oh, and then there's the fact that ALL the space battle footage has been pilfered from 70s series Battlestar Galactica!

Oh, oh and that there are WINDOWS in the spaceship with SUNLIGHT coming through. It's almost like it was mostly filmed in a big industrial warehouse.

Oh, oh, oh - and how they've stuck big keyboards on the wall to make the sets look 'futuristic'!

And that bit where a character dies in one scene and then shows up 5 minutes later because continuity barely registered with the film-makers!

We haven't even mentioned the space disco where people strut their stuff on the dancefloor with the help of hula hoops!

Do yourself a favour and get your ticket now, because they are going to go fast!

All profits will be going to Kids Kino Project!

Why we love The Bristol Bad Film Club @ Bristol Improv Theatre: Bristol Bad Film Club is where movie fans can behold some of the most unique and notorious films ever put to celluloid. Created by film fanatic Ti Singh, the club was formed in 2014 and has built up a cult-following - with tickets flying out the door. After all, in the words of Pauline Kael: “We all love good movies, but a true cinephile is someone who totally digs talking about the worst movies they’ve seen.”

How to claim: The screening starts at 8pm. Make sure you get yourself over to the Bristol Improv Theatre in good time. Introduce yourself as a Wriggler with a smile and show your unique Wriggle to claim your ticket. And enjoy!

Bristol Improv Theatre, 50 St Paul's Rd, Bristol BS8 1LP, UK Get directions