Bristol Film Festival’s Underground Cinema Season



Classic cult-horror films come to Redcliffe Caves for Bristol Film Festival’s Third Birthday. By Film Editor Charlie Gearon.

This weekend, March 9th-11th, Redcliffe Caves will be transformed into a military-style bunker and host a range of screenings of classic cult films.

For the second straight year, the Underground Cinema season will screen an eclectic range of horror and drama films, spanning over 50 years of cinema.

Films on the bill include Pulp Fiction (1994), Donnie Darko (2001), Mullholland Drive (2001) and Labyrinth (1986). Two cut-price matinee screenings on the Saturday and Sunday will also take place, screening vintage-horrors Cape (1962) and Peeping Tom (1960) respectively.


The Underground Cinema season is taking place as part of the third Bristol Film Festival. The Spring Series is taking place currently, and a number of different events are taking place at locations all over the city.

Tickets are still available for a number of events, but are selling fast. Click the link below for a full programme and information on how to buy tickets.

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