August 2014 Screening – Riki Oh

Riki Oh

VENUE: The Arts House Screening Room
DATE & TIME: 29 August 2014, 8:30pm
RATING: R21 (Violence & Gore)
COST: Free admission

Welcome to another SCUM screening! In August, we will be showcasing one of the whackiest martial arts flicks ever to come out of Hong Kong!! Check it out:
Riki oh

Director: Ngai Choi Lam
Cast: Siu-Wong Fan, Mei Sheng Fan, Ka-Kui Ho
1991 \ 90min \ Hong Kong \ R21 (Consumer Advice: Violence & Gore)

Plot Summary:
Martial artist Riki is incarcerated in a futuristic prison where ultra-violence is the only means of survival in this corrupt and sadistic system. He must battle his way through the feared ‘Gang of Four’, and undergo multiple tortures before facing the Governor in one of the goriest finales ever seen on screen!!


  • “Riki Oh: The Story of Ricky” is rated R21. Only adults aged 21 years or above are allowed into the screening room. Please have your ID ready for checks — you will not be allowed entry if you fail to produce a valid ID upon request.
  • This is a free event and seats are issued on a first-come, first-served basis (free seating arrangement). Once you’ve submitted your request, we will confirm your reservation. Your seats are not reserved until you hear back from us. Do note that you are only allowed to reserve a maximum of 4 tickets per transaction.
  • Max seating capacity is 75.
  • “Riki Oh: The Story of Ricky” will start screening at 830PM on Aug 29. Please be at The Arts House Screening Room before 8PM to register and collect your wrist tags. Otherwise, we will release your seats to the general public.
  • Ticket reservations will close on Aug 29, 11:30am

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SCUM stands for ‘Society for Cult & Underground Movies’. We are a film society focusing on the Bizarre and the Weird in reel life. From horror to humour, bollywood to b-grade, kult to kungfu, monster to manga, nothing is too taboo for our twisted minds. Aside from film reviews and whatnots, we hold free bi-monthly film screenings in the tiny island of Singapore. Keep any eye out for these screen gems…

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