5 items from 2011
Fans of Wolf Creek may want to listen up to the following! Yet another hard edged and gritty horror flick is on its way from abroad that showcases yet another place you may never want to visit.
Devil's Bridge is a stark, psychological thriller / survival horror. The protagonist Sean’s (Joseph Millson) livelihood is on the rocks, so he sets out to meet an underworld specialist who can facilitate an off-the-books solution to his failing business. Heading into the rural isolation of Wales with his friends Adam (Michael Jibson) and Danny (Gary Mavers), Sean finds himself in unknown and deeply alien territory, and they cross paths with William Parry (Joshua Richards), a hardened farmer, consumed by paranoia and a lifetime of bitter resentment, »
- Uncle Creepy
Devil's Bridge from Stealth Media Group has a real life human troll, who tries to ruin a road trip for three men. The first trailer for this horror thriller shows this mythical beast in farmer's attire, as the men must pay the toll with their lives. Be forewarned, this first trailer for Devil's Bridge is very violent and those with stronger stomachs can watch one man lose his marbles over a simple footpath. More details are below.
Tagline: "They Thought They Knew It All. They Were Dead Wrong."
The synopsis for Devil's Bridge:
"Sean takes his two friends into the rural wilds of Wales in search of an underworld specialist who can illegally revive his failing business. Deep in alien, isolated territory, they accidentally cross William Parry, a broken and desperate farmer dangerously hateful and paranoid of all around him. The situation spins rapidly out of control, spiraling into »
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Run by the mercurial Vice Chancellor Jonty de Wolfe, played in superb Ott fashion by Andy Nyman, Kirke University is home to a veritable feast of degenerate, disingenious and downright delusional staff including philandering English Professor Matt Beer, shy Maths teacher Imogen Moffat, nice but dim student/teaching assistant Flatpack, Engineering lecturer Lydia “Big Shit” Tennant, Jason the reticent accountant and Nicole the feisty (if a little stupid) accomodations officer.
I wasn’t a fan of Green Wing, the semi-improved comedy based on scripts that were a hodgepodge of jokes, sketches and sight gags gathered from a hive-mind of writers. It was an interesting way to produce a single-camera sitcom, and one that clearly found an audience, but I found its scattergun approach quite tiring. Many of Green Wing‘s writers are behind Channel 4′s new comedy offering Campus, which won’t escape “Green Wing in a university” branding, because that’s exactly what it is. The uni’s motto is even “with wings”.
“Publication, Publication, Publication” was a 70-minute extension of the half-hour Comedy Showcase pilot from 2009 (including adverts), which basically means there was an awful lot of filler. But this filler is exactly what Campus thrives on, as it’s really just an extended sequence of sketches and non sequiturs. Jonty De Wolfe (Andy Nyman) is the »
- Dan Owen
The British stage adaptation of hit movie Legally Blonde has triumphed after landing a series of prizes at London's What's On Stage awards.
The musical received four trophies over the weekend (19-20Feb11), including Best Actress in a Musical for Sheridan Smith, who plays the role Reese Witherspoon famously portrayed in the big screen original.
The show, staged at the Savoy Theatre in the U.K. capital, also won prizes for Best Supporting Actress (Jill Halfpenny), Best New Musical and Best Choreographer.
The musical Wicked, which was inspired by the Wonderful Wizard of Oz, took home two trophies including Best West End Show for the second consecutive year. »
5 items from 2011
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