We are going to be taking a break from the 24th September until 6th October. The shop will remain open, however. Thursday 23rd September will be our last day of posting. Any orders made between Thursday afternoon and the 5th October will be dispatched over the 6th & 7th October.
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Posted 2012-05-27 in
Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd June 2012
MK, Stadium Way West, Milton Keynes, MK1 1ST
Junction 14 of the M1. Only 1hour drive from London or Birmingham
Due to stadium:mk only being built in 2007 your satellite navigation system may not recognise our postcode. It may help to enter MK1 1QB which is the nearby Asda store.
PARKING: FREE onsite parking.
Posted 2012-05-04 in
The Old Hairdressers in Renfield Lane is once again to be transformed into a grindhouse.
For this occasion we bring you a Fight and a Fright.
Start your evening by watching Kung Fu legend Judy Lee (who also starred alongside Sonny Chiba in the Bodyguard) demurely kick seven shades of shit out of the bad guys in the 1976 Taiwanese film Assassin directed by Tu Chong Hsun and screened from a 16mm print.
Absurd (aka Horrible, aka Rosso Sangue) is directed by Joe D'Amato (credited here under the alias of Peter Newton) master of sleaze, exploitation and horror who is best known for his contribution to the Black Emanuelle series especially Emanuelle in America and Emanuelle and the Last Cannibals. He also directed notorious sickie Beyond the Darkness and also made a foray into historical drama with his Caligula movies. Absurd is the 1981 follow up to one of the most notorious video nasties Anthropophagus the Beast which sees Big George Eastman (who also penned this) return in the lead role for another blood soaked slice of violent and sadistic Euro horror.
There will trailers and a short screened throughout the evening so grab some cans and popcorn from our concession stand and enter the world of Strange Vice.
When and Where?
Saturday 26th May 2012.
The Old Hairdressers in Glasgow (Opposite Stereo, Renfield Lane, G2 6PH)
Admission is £5 on the door or in advance from www.strangevice.co.uk
There will be limited space so we recommend getting an advance ticket.