The Bed Sitting Room
The Bed Sitting Room (1969)

The specter of atomic warfare raises its head once again in this bizarre 1969 black comedy, directed by Richard Lester and hatched from the mind of twisted British comic Spike Milligan. England lays in ruins after World War III, and a… More

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Rated: PG-13
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Genre: Comedy
Release Date: June 1, 1969
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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

With over a thousand gags that had only a handful work.

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Ian Berriman
SFX Magazine

This example of post-apocalyptic absurdism sits midway between The Goons and Threads.

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Stella Dallas
for those who love the very odd british sense of humor...
Robert C
If Monty Python / Frederico Fellini joined might have looked / felt something like this high concept, but seemingly low budget film. Full of… More
Greg S
A family living on a functioning subway train in post-apocalyptic London travels to the surface looking for a nurse for the pregnant daughter; they find Marty… More
Lesley N
1969 absurd/surrealist film based on the one-act play "The Bed Sitting Room" also written by director Richard Lester ("A HARD DAY'S NIGHT,… More
Daniel Mumby
Nobody makes cult films like the British. From the chilling horror of The Wicker Man to the high-camp lunacy of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Britain has… More