Bunker 6 and the Day of the Dead

Bunker 6

EXPERIENCE CLAUSTROPHOBIA AND SMELL THE BRAINS IN OUR SPECIAL 'BUNKER NIGHT'

It should be no surprise that we like post-apocalyptic films here at SCI-FI-LONDON. It’s not because we have a pessimistic outlook for the future of the world, but more to do with them being a great platform upon which to examine human nature, or that they offer hope that, should we survive such an event, we can build a new and improved society from the waste.

Shot in a real fallout shelter (Debert Diefenbunker) in Nova Scotia, Canadian film Bunker 6 may not paint such a rosy picture of an alternative outcome to the Cold War, which saw the ‘Big Ones’ get dropped in 1962.

At the film’s opening,the bombs are dropping and people are being rushed underground. Ten years later, Grace and her fellow survivors are still in their bunker, waiting for the safety light to change from red to green. When Lewis, Grace’s mentor, father figure and the bunker's technician, dies Grace is left to take charge. However, things start to unravel around her with the murders of her fellow inmates. The struggle to survive raises questions of whether it is safer to stay in the bunker or risk going into the outside world beyond the heavy blast doors, which could bring about her demise and that of all those who remain with her.

Another fine example of creating a riveting low-budget drama using a single setting, made all the more poignant by the choice of location.

And if you want to see this in proper cinema surroundings we are showing it on Sun 27th at 2.00PM -

NOTE:  The bunker is cold and damp, so wrap up warm and wear good boots... if you suffer from any respiratory conditions, caution is advised in this damp environment.

ARROW VIDEO PRESENTS

Day Of The Dead - Bob

Day of the Dead

We screen BUNKER 6 at a special event in the WWII Dalston Bunker,

A UK premiere with the cast and crew, but also a classic 'bunker' favourite - George A. Romero's zombie classic - come meet Bub!

 

FOR TICKETS GO HERE

Venue

Dalston Bunker

Screening Times

6:30pm - Fri, 25th Apr 2014

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Information

Country
Canada
Year
2013
Runtime
80mins
Language
English
Director
Greg Jackson