We finally catch up with Warwick Davis to get his thoughts on the Ewok films – Caravan of Courage and Battle For Endor.
Bristol Bad Film Club vs. The Incredible Hulk!
The Cosmic Shed and Bristol Bad Film Club were lucky enough to go to MCM London Comic Con and speak to one of our favourite action stars Scott Adkins, who was promoting his long-time passion project Accident Man.
For our screening of Undefeatable, we spoke to queen of martial arts Cynthia Rothrock about working with Z-list director Godfrey Ho, being a female action star in a male dominated genre and why she wasn’t in The Expendables!
During the 1980s, Cynthia Rothrock was the sole female martial arts star of action cinema in the West. Starring in over 45 action films including China O’Brien, Tiger Claws and Hong Kong classics like Police Assassins (aka Yes Madam).
With black belts in seven forms of disciplines including Tang Soo Do, Taekwondo, Eagle Claw, Wushu, Northern Shaolin and Pai Lum Tao Kung Fu, she is a true action legend and it was a pleasure to talk to her about her career.
Ahead of our special screening of Undefeatable, we were lucky enough to talk to the cast! As well as talking to Cynthia Rothrock (read the interview here), we also spoke to her co-stars John Miller (Nick DiMarco) and Don Niam (Stingray) about their experiences making the film.
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!
At Bristol HorrorCon 2016, Bristol Bad Film Club’s Ti Singh was invited to host a Q&A event with cult actress Caroline Munro – star of StarCrash, The Spy Who Loved Me, The Golden Voyage of Sinbad, At The Earth’s Core and a host of Hammer Horror movies!
Ahead of our killer robot double bill – consisting of Chopping Mall and Runaway – we were able to speak to Kelli Maroney, star of Chopping Mall, not to mention countless other cult films such as Night of the Comet, Fast Times at Ridgemont High and The Zero Boys.
We talk to the man behind GetEven. Aka Road To Revenge. Aka Champagne and Bullets. Aka the greatest satanic cult action film to feature line dancing that you’ve ever seen.
We spoke to Mathew Karedas (formerly Matt Hannon), the Samurai Cop himself, about working on the cult classic, coming back from the dead and working on the highly-anticipated sequel with Tommy Wiseau!