A cast of comedians improvise their way through a film they may only have half-remembered, or never seen at.
Comedians Cinema Club Time Out London Critics Choice 2015, nominated as Best Music & Variety Show 2016 by Chortle and LA Weekly’s Best of Los Angeles Culture 2019.
“What a silly idea, uproariously executed. A small cast of comedians improvise their way through a film they may only have half-remembered, or never seen at all.” – CHORTLE
“One of the best audience-participation comedy shows at Edinburgh Festival: In Indiana Jones, punters became elephants to ride the cast through India; in Jaws they were cast as the ocean, beach dwellers, underwater corpses and John Williams. In Pulp Fiction, one man who was chosen to chip in as Harvey Keitel took over the show, after it became apparent he knew every line of the film.” – THE GUARDIAN
One of London’s best improv comedy nights – LONDON EVENING STANDARD
“Blockbusters uniquely reimagined over an outrageously uplifting, haphazard hour” – NINE MORE THAN ONE
“The comic timing of some of these was hilarious and often nonsensical. I would definitely go again” – BROADWAY BABY