Don’t Miss Mandy on Thursday Evening

Seriously, you don’t want to miss the chance to see (and hear) the brilliant cult madness of Mandy on the big screen on Thursday at the Spa Centre Cinema.

Tickets are £6 in advance from wegottickets or over the counter at Underboard on Court Street (open Wednesday from midday) and also directly from the venue.

There will be tickets available on the door, but buy in advance if you want to be absolutely sure of getting in.

If you need any more encouragement, here is the trailer, re-scored in the most appropriate way possible…

Remote Control Film Night 14

Leamington Underground Cinema presents another free online film night that you can enjoy from absolutely everywhere, except perhaps some of those scary countries with mad dictators like North Korea and America.

On the evening of Thursday 19th October we will be curating a selection of the finest, strangest and most entertaining short film entertainment from around the internet. There may also be a creative challenge or two to get invoved in…

The fun will begin at 7.30pm GMT, please ensure you’ve been to the toilet before we start and remain at least 5% above horizontal throughout – it is for your own safety.

You can join in in on the Leamington Underground Cinema Facebook page or by following our twitter feed at

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The funniest film ever made, but probably not on purpose

Tickets £8 from:
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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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THEY LIVE & PREDATOR screenings at Leamington Camouflage Festival

LUC is teaming up with Playing The Field for two camouflage themed screenings at Foundry Wood on 2nd & 3rd September as part of the Leamington Camouflage Festival.

they live flyer 1On Friday 2nd, we present present John Carpenter’s classic 1988 cult satire action flick They Live.

When a drifter, played by Rowdy Roddy Piper, comes into possession of some very special sunglasses, he is able to see the world as it really is – an oppressive nightmare where the ruling class are really a bunch of evil aliens manipulating the masses behind a seamless facade. It also contains the longest fight scene in cinema history – so something for everyone.

Also at this screening Dr Daniel Winchester will be presenting his findings on paranormal extraterrestrial happenings in the local area – you will be shocked and amazed.


predator flyer 1Then on Saturday 3rd, brace yourselves for John MacTiernan’s peerless 1987 action flick, Predator.

A team of commandos on what they think is a rescue mission in a Central American jungle find themselves being stalked by an invisible extra-terrestrial hunter. It gets messy.

At this screening Dr Winchester will also be presenting his findings on a shocking tale of extraterrestrial invasion in Leamington Spa – oh yes.


Both screenings will take place outdoors at Leamington’s Foundry Wood, bench seating will be provided but feel free to bring your own for superior posterior comfort if you like.

There will be a licensed bar to keep you refreshed and hot food including options for both carnivores and vegetarians.

Doors will open at 6.30, with film action beginning at 8.

Dress to keep warm and dry.
Wear solid footwear.

Bring food and drink.
Bring pets or children.
Forget your bubblegum.

Find out more about the other events at the camouflage festival on this facebook page:

Have a Fright in Foundry Wood with The Blair Witch Project

On Friday 6th May Leamington Underground Cinema and Playing The Field present The Blair Witch Project at a special, extra spooky outdoor screening at Leamington Spa’s Foundry woods.

Join us for this classic tale of a group of student filmmakers searching for evidence of something evil lurking in the woodland of Burkittsville, Maryland.

Prior to the screening we will have an exclusive video introduction from a supernatural expert detailing a dark chapter in the occult history of Leamington Spa which links the foundry site to a centuries old tragedy, a mysterious suicide and the satanic rituals of Aleister Crowley.

To keep your nerves calm and you thirst quenched there will be a licensed bar as well as hot food on sale. Bench seating will be available, but please bring your own camping chairs if you would like to have a slightly comfier journey into the horror of the woods.

Tickets are still available at the time of writing from wegottickets, specifically from:

Doors open at 7.30pm, with the film action commencing at 8.30pm. As this event is outdoors and at night, please dress to keep warm and dry – feel free to perform any pagan rituals you may know to keep the weather agreeable.

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Don’t miss The Blues Brothers on 15th April

“It’s 106 miles to Chicago, we got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it’s dark… and we’re wearing sunglasses”

“Hit it”

Dig out your shades, stick four whole chickens in the fryer, fire up the toaster and try to remember the words to the theme tune to Rawhide… because in three weeks time, LUC is putting on one of our biggest events to date.

On Friday 15th April we’re screening all time classic, The Blues Brothers, in Leamington Spa’s massive All Saints Church.

Blues brothers poster flyer 1000pxWe’ve got live musical entertainment to get you warmed up in the shape of local blues legend James Knight, who is playing a very special set prior to the movie. There will also be a well-stocked bar available throughout to help keep everybody suitably hydrated and refreshed during proceedings.

Doors open at 7pm, music will be on at 7.45pm and the movie is planned to start at 8.15.

Tickets for this musical, cinematic extravaganza are just £10 (and thats a lot of entertainment for £10) in advance or on the door.

You can purchase advance tickets on-line from wegottickets or directly from the church (If like LUC you are not up to date on your local religious landmarks – it is the huge old building next to the Jug & Jester).

This is our first event in conjunction with the friends of the parish church, who are working towards putting on all sorts of new events at the church in the coming months, including LUC’s very special screening of Monty Python’s Life Of Brian on 28th May.