If you want to see how the South Koreans do movie nights, check out DVD Bang in Waterloo from 21 November.
DVDBANG is a not-for-profit project based on the South Korean movie rental shop and micro cinema. DVD-bangs are South Korean entertainment spaces where you dont get a ticket to see a film: you rent the room space with some chums, stock up on snacks, and choose the movie you want. This imported version will be taking over a shop-front in Waterloo for a run of East Asian Sci-Fi cult classics and rare collections including Tetsuo: The Iron Man, Park Chan-Wook's I'm a Cyborg, But That's OK, pink movie musical Underwater Love and acid nightmare Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack.
DVDBANG has a recommended capacity of 10 people. All ages welcome, but ID may be required for certain film choices and for alcohol purchase.
Part of BFI Sci-Fi Days of Fear and Wonder film season, running until December 2014 across the UK.
22 - 30 November
10 Baylis Road,