In recent years, a film has been causing rumblings in the B-movie world, despite the fact that it is over two decades old.
Lauded by Red Letter Media’s Best of the Worst and the subject of articles by Vice, Ryan’s Babe has gained enough buzz that its wildly confusing and all-over-the-road plot has led people to compare it to Tommy Wiseau’s cult classic The Room.
To quote Vice, “Directed by Ray Ramayya, starring Bill LeVasseur, and shot in Saskatoon, Ryan’s Babe was “released” in 2000 (predating The Room), but I’d never heard of it until last year. Apparently it played on Superchannel a few times and then sat on the director’s shelf for over a decade. There’s little information anywhere about the movie or its history. It’s so obscure it doesn’t even have a Wikipedia entry.”
We are excited to bring this crazy Canuck classic to Bristol to see if it truly is as “rapturous, alien, and lobotomizing” as is promised.
More information: https://bristolbadfilmclub.co.uk/ryans-babe/
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
The Bristol Improv Theatre, 50 St Paul's Road, Bristol, United Kingdom