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Shauna Macdonald (The Descent), comedian Ross Noble (Stitches), Steve Wall (Vikings) and Richard Foster-King star in writer-director Dennis Bartok’s story of a paralyzed woman, trapped inside her own body, who becomes convinced she is being stalked by a malevolent spirit in her hospital room.
The feature, previously with Fortissimo, is from the producers of The Hallow and Let Us Prey, Brendan McCarthy and John McDonnell of Fantastic Films. Executive producer is Joseph Kaufman (Assault on Precinct 13).
Kaleidoscope will release in the UK in early summer 2016 and will launch the project at the upcoming Efm.
Michael Chapman, acquisitions & development executive at Kfd commented: “We’re thrilled to be working with Fantastic Films again, a company which continues to produce unique genre projects. We look forward »
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Horror Channel FrightFest has announced the line-up for its Halloween 2016 event at the Prince Charles Cinema in Leicester Square, as they unleash a six-pack of cracking horror over a 13-hour marathon which includes five UK premieres and the world premiere of Ross Noble’s directorial debut. Check out the full press release below…
First up is the UK premiere of Bed Of The Dead, a crowd-pleasingly ghoulish orgy of sex and gore where four swingers become stuck on a haunted double bed plagued by terrifying hallucinations. Next in the panic-stricken line-up is the UK Premiere of Don’T Hang Up where an evening of prank calls puts two millennials in deadly peril when one recipient decides to fight back. After that comes the UK Premiere of Cold Moon, a chilling tale of supernatural vengeance from the dark imagination of Michael McDowell, esteemed writer of Beetlejuice and The Nightmare before Christmas. »
- Gary Collinson
The Horror Channel is set to broadcast no less than eight horror premieres next month, including the UK TV premiere of 'The Vatican Tapes'. The movie is a dynamic, unusual and thrilling exorcism shocker by 'Crank' director Mark Neveldine, and it will air on Friday 13th May at 9pm. Also receiving their first appearances on the Horror Channel are the grotesque Irish comedy horror 'Stitches', starring Ross Noble and Tom Shankland's chilling and taboo-shattering 'The Children. There is also a UK TV premiere of Ian Clark's stark and scary 'The Facility'. You can check out the rest of May's premieres below. »
3 items from 2016
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