Samurai Cop / Miami Connection Double Bll
Some bad films deserve to be shown more than once. "Samurai Cop" and "Miami Connection" might be the two best worst examples. Quite simply, both belong in any serious bad movie lover's top five flicks and, having not shown either film for at least 4 years, we think it's high time to bring them back to the biggish screen!
To properly accommodate this momentous occasion and give these films the treatment they truly deserve, we'll be pitching up on a Sunday afternoon at Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen (just a stone's throw away from our normal home, The Book Club), a venue which not only serves fantastic food and drink but can also seat the sheer hordes of crap film fans who will want to see this perfectly paired double bill.
And that's not all! We'll also have Rob Hill, author of "The Bad Movie Bible", co-presenting and selling discounted copies of his excellent book AND a specially filmed video intro from "Samurai Cop" star Matthew Karedas. What? You want our celebrated crap snacks and competition as well? Oh, go on then! So, come soothe your hangover with a hair of the dog and more laughs than you ever thought possible...we'll "keep it warm" until Feb 25th and see you then!
An awesome, one-of-a-kind movie that seems like it was made on another planet, Samurai Cop stands alone in its charming, winning, violence-and-nudity-packed ineptitude
I will remember Samurai Cop for the rest of my life for its unintentional hilarity
Miami Connection is clearly the greatest film ever made — at least on whatever planet it came from
A movie made by people who mostly had no idea what the fuck they were doing