Film Preview: Jameson Cult Film Club Presents Reservoir Dogs

Fine Whiskey, an exclusive screening, an intriguing location, dress-up – it can only be the Jameson Cult Film Club!

For the uninitiated, Jameson Cult Film Club travels the country presenting exclusive screenings of classic and cult films in obscure but fitting locations.

Jameson Cult Film Club

So far they have already brought us Jaws at the Greenwich Yacht Club, Seven Psychopaths in a Bethnal Green warehouse and many more unforgettable cinema experiences.

For their next event, Jameson’s will be returning to Birmingham for an unmissable screening of Tarantino’s debut film, Reservoir Dogs.

The event will take place at Liverpool’s Camp & Furnace space on the 27th and the Gibb Street Warehouse in Birmingham on the 28th February. If you are lucky enough to get tickets and attend one of these dates, you can expect a night to remember.

Jameson will be using these locations to bring the film to life by transporting you into the world of Tarantino’s colourful jewellery thieves. A fulReservoir Dogsly interactive experience will be created for you to enjoy. Upon arrival, guests will be greeted by Mr Pink, Mr White and of course, a smooth Jameson’s drink.

As well as being set-up with industrial machinery and bare brick walls, synonymous with the film’s main setting the two locations will also be transformed into unique viewing spaces for people to watch the film that made Tarantino one of the most influential new filmmakers of the 1990s.

There will also be the opportunity to look in on Joe Cabot’s notorious briefing, and watch the infamous shootout. Cops and police vehicles will also be on patrol – and if you’re really lucky Mr Blonde may be in a good enough mood to teach you his dance routine for ‘Stuck in the middle’.

With all of these interactive opportunities and a truly unmissable viewing experience, Jameson Cult Film Club’s screenings of Reservoir Dogs threatens to be their best yet.


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