About the B-Movie Fan Club curator, Robin
Robin Knowles, now 18, started programming the monthly B-Movie season at the Electric Palace Cinema when he was 13 years old.
The original idea behind the club was both to celebrate the B-Movie genre and also to create an event which provides Robin, who has autism, with a way of accessing an independent social life and make more connections.
Robin continues to be a huge fan of B-Movies and has a wealth of information on sci-fi, fantasy and B-Movies. Although Robin is reluctant to introduce the films, he is a great welcoming host and will, if engaged, give way more information than most people want! He is interested in reaching a wider audience and developing the programme.
Join us every month for your B-Movie fix! Free space candy included with every ticket.
See the amazing B Movie cake (pictured), and Robin sharing the history of the B Movie Fan Club screenings - video via Facebook:
Sunday 30th October, 7.30pm
All hail William Castle, the king of gimmicks! In this schlock creature B-movie, Castle made his cinema seats vibrate at the point of 'Tingle'.
Will your seat vibrate??*
* No it won't.
See this film as part of our 20th anniversary - we're screening a collection of cinema-related films during October to celebrate the magic of cinema!
Get your film poster in aid of the Electric Palace
Get your limited edition Robby the Robot poster (pictured, above) - order now and collect at an upcoming B Movie night.
Want a B Movie Fan Club tshirt?
All profits go to the programmer Robin's travel funds for a trip to America to visit all of the surviving drive-in cinemas (367 apparently!).
All sizes available, £15. Email John Knowles to order.
Join the B Movie Fan Club page on Facebook to find out more.