2 items from 2010
These films both look like they could be worthwhile (h/t Urban Cineaste for the tips)…
The first film is called Hard Shoulder, and is described as… “A psych thriller journey into the despair of one man, striving for the forgiveness of his family for allowing his neglect to permeate and destroy those things he should hold dear.”
Will Johnson, a name and face I’m not immediately familiar with, stars in one of the UKs top rated crime series, titled, Waking the Dead, which airs on BBC.
He also stars in the second film called Disoriented Generation, billed as a UK-Nollywood production, described as “an enthralling new comedy/drama which follows the fortunes and misfortunes of Ishmael as he tries to keep his life on the emotional roller coaster we call love…” The film’s site says it »
God, who's Not afraid of Carnies. Small hands. Anyway, the first trailer for Nicholas David Lean's UK shocker Hard Shoulder has leaked online and between the premise and some great looking photography it's looking very impressive indeed.
When a work-obsessed man reluctantly agrees to a weekend away with his disgruntled wife and disruptive children, a leisurely trip to the country becomes a fight for survival as a convoy of old-world carnival-type travellers force the family off the road, and then seem to engage them in a series of terrifying mind games in an abandoned roadside diner.
Not 100 per cent sure on a release date, but we'll be sure to let you know.
Check out the trailer after the break.
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2 items from 2010
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