Welcome to our cinema at your home. My cinema LIVE. Our screenings try to create the atmosphere of a cinema hall with everything that belongs to it. Screenings take place at one specific time, so you can watch without pauses and undisturbed, just like at the cinema. Cinema sounds and great music await you. Dress nicely, we look forward to seeing you!
The movie “Raw Force” will be screened in the form of an online stream “My Cinema Live”.
How it works: Viewers choose how much they can spend on a movie ticket and everything will be as if they were buying a movie ticket. After the purchase, the cinema expect donators to receive an email with a stream link exactly 30 minutes before the start of a specific broadcast.
In online cinema, the following schedule applies: Viewers can soak up the cinema atmosphere as early as 30 minutes before the start of the performance. The movie starts at exact time. Viewers can chat through the projection during the projection nad after the film, they can discuss the impressions and film experiences. If viewers do not want to use chat, they can even turn it off.
With the projections organizers will try to evoke the atmosphere of the cinema hall with everything that comes with it. There will be introductions, audience reactions and company of friends. At the same time viewers can support their favorite cinema in a difficult time.
Raw Force / Edward D. Murphy / Philiphines, USA 1982 / 86 min. / English with Czech subtitles – Welcome to Warrior’s Island, burial ground of disgraced martial arts masters! When the Burbank Kung Fu Club travels to this mysterious island, they quickly find themselves facing the bloodthirsty vengeance of flesh-ripping kung fu zombies, gun-toting white slave traders and a band of strange monks, who may be the only key to explaining the madness. “Raw Force” is a smorgasbord of over-the-top sleaze – mixing zombies, cannibals, outrageous action, gore and copious amounts of nudity and starring exploitation greats, Cameron Mitchell and Vic Diaz.
Restoration courtesy of Vinegar Syndrome and the American Genre Film Archive.