Bristol Bad Film Club: Never Too Young To Die

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  • Venue: The Station

“Every now and then, a film comes along that throws together a group of actors that should never have even heard of each other, much less appeared in the same movie together.”

“This sort of cinematic zeppelin is precisely why we collect VHS in the first place, and just having proof that this film exists justifies the outrageous expense of purchasing it. It was $1.” Film School Rejects

“To quote the back of the VHS box, Vanity and Stamos “must take on the maniacal hermaphrodite.” If that doesn’t pique your interest in seeing the movie, you’re probably dead. And they wrote that like it’s no big, unusual thing. God bless the 80s.” Comeuppance Reviews

In this James Bond parody circa 1986, Velvet Von Ragner (Gene Simmons), an androgynous, leather-bound cross-dressing criminal genius sets out to finish off all of L.A. by contaminating the city’s water supply. Standing in the way of his/her success is Lance Stargrove (John Stamos), son of undercover agent Drew Stargrove (George Lazenby), assisted by Danja Deering (Vanity) who has the requisite sex appeal for her job.

Over 18s only. Tickets are £5. Buy them here.

Bristol Bad Film Club screens films that are so-bad-they’re-great, cult classics that are rarely shown, movies with notorious reputations and classics from childhood that no-one else seems to have heard of. They’re doing it for the love so all profits go towards a selected charity or fundraising effort – this time around it’s the NKKP.

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