Japan seems to have developed a bit of a thing for clay in recent years, judging by Sôichi Umezawa’s gory Vampire Clay and Takahide Hori’s magnificent Junk Head, both premiering this year.
Attack on Titan: The Roar of Awakening based on the massive anime series, will get an extra special secret location screening, and Larry Cohen’s filming misdemeanours are documented in the hilarious King Cohen.
Any self respecting cinephile ought not to miss an exclusive screening of Anyab, a newly restored version of the Egyptian Rocky Horror Picture Show remake from 1981 – fancy dress keenly encouraged!
These films are assured to grace midnight screenings, double bills and genre festivals the world over – the future of cult film is here.
23-24 February: Anyab (N/C 18+)
Anyab is the perfect late night B-movie
1 March: Attack on Titan: The Roar of Awakening at a Secret Location (N/C 15+)
There’s no better way to witness the continuation of the Attack on Titan story!
3 March: Blade - 35mm (18)
Special late night, 20th anniversary screening on 35mm
27 February - 1 March: DRIB (N/C 15+)
Mockumentary satire of disastrous marketing campain starring Brett Gelman
25-26 February: Junk Head (N/C 15+)
A dystopian masterpiece from Takahide Hori
24-25 February: King Cohen (N/C 15+)
A heartfelt and hilarious elegy to Larry Cohen
4 March: Let’s Decorate the Promised Flowers in the Farewell Morning (N/C 15+)
Mari Okada makes her directorial debut with this animated fantasy feature
24 February: The Stuff (15)
B-movie exploration of blind consumerism remains one of Larry Cohen’s greatest achievements
1-2 March: Vampire Clay (N/C 18+)
Do you ever get that feeling like the eyes in an artwork are watching you?
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