Remote Control Film Night v12



After sticking their heads above ground for the cinematic jamboree of the LUC Festival 2015 – our bunker staff have retreated back to our subterranean lair to prepare the broadcast of another Remote Control Film Night.

For the uninitiated, this is a free one-night film event that you can enjoy from wherever you happen to be as long as you are connected to the internet in some way – pc, laptop, game console, phone, tablet or experiment cranial implant – any will do.

From 7.45 (UK Time) the LUC facebook page and twitter feed (@LeamUCinema) will be punting out all sorts of short film treats for you to enjoy, as well as some competitive and creative interactive elements for you all to join in with and pretend that you are actually out socialising instead of sitting in front of the TV in your underwear.

You can join in at any time during the evening, but we recommend that if you want to join in fully then you have the following ready in good time:

– Plenty to drink
– suitably unhealthy snacks/dominos flyer
– a clear path to the toilet, or bucket
– some plain paper/card and at least one pen, other art materials if you have them
– an elastic band or some string
-first aid kit


Another REMOTE CONTROL FILM NIGHT on August 20th 2015

LUC’s (not at all) patented Remote Control Film Night returns once more on Thursday 20th August. Another evening of interesting, amusing and in all probability, worrying film entertainment that you can enjoy for free in the comfort of your own home/cell/cardboard box.

Join us on the Leamington Underground Cinema Facebook Page or via twitter (follow @LeamUCinema) for an evening of short cinematic treats, specially picked for you by our vast, subterranean, valve-driven, cold war supercomputer.

The programme will commence at 8PM and as usual will include competitive opportunities for you to win something cool.


Announcing REMOTE CONTROL FILM NIGHT 2nd July 2015

Gather supplies, inform the authorities and prepare your barricades – on Thursday July 2nd LUC presents the latest Remote Control Film Night.

This is another instalment of our free on-line event for you to enjoy from the comfort of you own home/secure unit/mountaintop lair. As usual it will feature all manner of cool short films and exciting competitive prize winning opportunities curated by our vast underground complex of cold war computing hardware. The programme will begin at 8pm sharp, you can join in by visiting the LUC Facebook page , or by following us on Twitter via @LeamUCinema. Staying in is the new going out!


Bollocks To Valentines Day 2 – A Remote Control Film Night

b2vd2Valentines Day. Sigh. What a nightmare. Probably the most soul-sapping day of the year. A contrived, lonely and ultimately depressing experience for a significant proportion of the population…

It’s also quite rubbish if you are single (make your own comedy drum roll noise here please).

The LUC glorious central committee may be a bunch of stoic, stony faced hopeless romantics – but we’re just as sick of it as everyone else.

So for the second year running we present a very special on-line remote control film night that sticks two fingers up to Thorntons, waves its bum at Interflora and yells “Bollocks” to Valentines Day. Again.

Join us on Saturday 14th February from the comfort of your house, hotel room or secure unit – the fun takes place on the LUC Facebook page or Twitter (@LeamUCinema #rcfnight) from 8pm. Expect a cavalcade of hand-picked cinematic treats and, almost certainly, the return of the patented and deeply worrying “LUC Love Limerick Competition”.

REMOTE CONTROL FILM NIGHT – Tuesday 25th – 7.30pm

Tomorrow night brings another instalment of LUC’s online film sensation… The Remote Control Film Night is the free cinematic event you can enjoy without leaving the house – ideal for the agoraphobic, antisocial and imprisoned. Our huge underground network of ancient valve-driven computers has been scouring the internet for the best audio-visual entertainment which we will impart to you in a steady stream over the course of a couple of hours.

Join in from 7.30 pm on the LUC Facebook page or follow us on Twitter (where the #rcfnight hashtag will get an outing) for an evening of brilliant, entertaining and possibly slightly dodgy short films and maybe a competition or two. Why not gather together with your friends? Especially if they have more drinks in their house than you do.

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