Deliverance – Saturday night at Leam Boat Centre

Get yourselves down by the river for our most thematically contextual screening yet, Deliverance this Saturday at Leam Boat Centre. Doors open 7.00pm, enjoy some ace live music from the Folly Brothers at 7.45ish and then film action will commence at 8.30pm. There will be a full bar to keep all viewers fully refreshed. Tickets are just £10 on the door or in advance from: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/366726

Dress to keep warm and dry and this is a bring your own seating event – so bring somthing suitably comfy to sit on.

THEY WALK AMONGST US – The extra terrestrial infiltration of Leamington Spa

“In the year 1970 – a seemingly ordinary local politician led a scheme to build a bizarre transmission device on the site of Newbold Comyn in Leamington Spa. What was it for ? What were his plans? And Why did he suddenly disappear? The answers all lie out there – deep in the night sky.”

Professor Daniel Winchester returns to detail another disturbing incident in the paranormal history of Leamington Spa. This time he turns his focus to an alien conspiracy from beyond the stars.

This film was initially screened as part of the Leamington Camouflage Festival 2016 at a special event in Foundry Wood.

Also check the professor’s previous work on The Tidings Of Restless Nell

PREDATOR SCREENING POSTPONED

PREDATOR POSTPONED
Unfortunately due to the adverse weather and the potential impact on everyones enjoyment and safety – we are having to postpone the Predator screening planned for this evening.

But never fear! We will have a new date lined up ASAP and all tickets will be honoured – but if you are unable to make the new date then we will of course provide a refund.

Our apologies, but everyone having a good time at the screening and staying safe are our main priority (alongside exposing the paranormal history of Leamington Spa).

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THEY LIVE and PREDATOR Camo Fest screenings this weekend

As part of the ongoing Leamington Camouflage Festival, LUC and Playing The Field bring you two cult classic movies this weekend with a theme of deception and concealment.

Both screenings take place outdoor in the elements at Foundry Wood. First up on Friday we have John Carpenter’s 1987 sci-fi action satire They Live. (BUY TICKETS FOR THEY LIVE)

Then on Saturday, assume the position for classic Arnie vs Alien action in the peerless 1987 flick Predator (BUY TICKETS FOR PREDATOR).

Both screenings will be preceded by new work from paranormal investigator Professor Daniel Winchester, exposing strange visitations to Leamington Spa from beyond the stars…

Tickets for both events are £12, either from wegottickets or on the gate. There will be hot food on sale and a licensed bar to keep you refreshed and hydrated. Please do not bring your own food and drink as the revenue from refreshments helps to pay for the events.

There will be bench seating, but please feel free to bring your own camping chairs to maximise you posterior enjoyment of these events.

As this screening is outdoors, please dress to keep warm and dry and wear sturdy footwear.

Doors open at 6.30pm with film action beginning at 8pm on both nights.

Please remember to park your chopper somewhere easy to locate in case of intergalactic emergency. There is free parking at Victoria Park, just off Princes Drive.

Deliverance screening date postponed

Due to some technical and administrative issues, our screening of Deliverance has been postponed until Saturday 24th September. All tickets will still be valid, but if you would like a refund, please take it back to where you bought it. Wegottickets will be in touch with on-line ticket purchasers. Apologies for this delay, those responsible have of course been taken out and shot (with a bow and arrow).

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The funniest film ever made, but probably not on purpose

Tickets £8 from: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/367987
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1269020643109410/

This weekend, LUC screens The Room, a legendary piece of cinema that has been described as ‘Completely Bonkers’, ‘A Cult Phenomenon’ and perhaps most tellingly ‘The funniest film ever made, but probably not on purpose’.

The room plus fb flyerThere really isn’t anything else like The Room, the vision of a singular director, writer and star Tommy Wiseau – a mysterious figure both on-screen and off. To say this is a bad film is a bit like saying that Harold Shipman was a bad doctor – it might be technically correct, but it is understating the matter to a spectacular degree.

After watching the disturbingly erotic opening 15 minutes (probably through your fingers) The Room provides an unironic cavalcade of bizarrely pointless plotting, nonsensical dialogue and very, very small games of American Football.

Centred around a tortured love triangle involving rose-obsessed bum-displayer Johnny, his bored sociopath girlfriend Lisa and his over-declared best friend Mark, The Room fails in every conceivable manner and as a result is one of the most entertaining film going experiences around.

This is a film to shout at, laugh at, converse with and to throw plastic spoons at, but as Tommy Wiseau himself says: “You can laugh, you can cry, you can express yourself, but please don’t hurt each other.”

Wise Words.

Our screening of the room is preceded by the return of LUC Film Bingo, spot the films, tick them off on your bingo card and win some cool prizes including tickets to our forthcoming screenings at Leam Boat Centre and Foundry Wood!

Doors 7.30pm // Bingo 7.45pm // Film 8.30pm // Tickets are £8 which includes one free game of film bingo other games are £1 per bingo card. Tickets are on sale now from wegottickets.

This screening is at North Hall, Leamington Spa, which is the same building as Heartbreak productions, click here for a google map, or check the high res directions below…

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