Child’s Play 2 was a favourite with the members, but with Evil Dead 2 faring well with ticket buyers and the general public, it just edged out the demonic doll in the race to play this Wednesday’s Mini-Bloodbath screening at Glyde House.
Ash and his girlfriend Linda are on a ‘romantic’ cabin getaway when they find the recordings of Professor Raymond Knowby’s translations of the Book of the Dead, which when played, awakens ancient evils.
Possibly the most iconic and well known on our poll, the expressive camera direction, the memorable and quoteable lines, the gore-fest antics and slapstick comedy will all combine to make for a thrilling evening.
Enjoyed in the comfort of Glyde House’s inviting atmosphere, this will be a memorable evening of cine-fun, enjoyed out of the cinema context. The screen is big, the sound is grand, but the drinks don’t necessarily have to stop flowing when the film starts; whilst still being respectful to the audience, you can feel free to laugh, howl and scream, giving this evening that social atmosphere that can’t be attained in the traditional cinema setting.
Get down early to have a chat with like-minded cinema fans, fantastic-film nuts and people out to simply do something a little different. There will be plenty of time to stick around after and soak in the bloody delights of this undoubted cult-classic.
Don’t forget that in addation to this main attraction, the evening also offers the opportunity to uncover some tremendous local talent, as we will be screening the Leeds produced stop-motion animated short The Bride of Vernon. See the trailer below for a teaser.
Entry costs only £5 (£2.50 for Minicine members). Doors open at 6pm with the films due to start at 7pm. Hope to see you Wednesday.
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