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The Last Scout: Trailer and Us release date unveiled

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Author: Zehra Phelan

From the crime-ridden streets of White Collar Hooligan to venturing into deep space to find a new home for humanity Actor/Director, Simon Phillips certainly has his work cut out for him as he takes the driving seat both in front and behind the camera in Sci-Fi thriller, The Last Scout.

Related: The Last Scout poster and teaser trailer

Set 48 years into the future with only a handful of humanity left it’s down to the crew of the Pegasus to find a whole new world to inhabit. Phillips teams up again with Paul Tanter, who wrote and directed the White Collar Hooligan trilogy and now steps into the producer role as well as providing the screenplay on a story which takes its inspiration from Tanter’s love of sci-fi series Red Dwarf and Star Trek. The Last Scout has a cast that includes Phillips, Blaine Gray
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Sci-fi thriller The Last Scout gets a trailer

Ahead of its U.S. release this coming Tuesday, a trailer has arrived online for director Simon Phillips’ upcoming sci-fi thriller The Last Scout which also stars Phillips alongside Blaine Gray, Rebecca Ferdinando, Deji Laray, Rita Ramnani, Paul Thomas Arnold, and Peter Woodward; check it out below after the official synopsis…

Set in 2065, with Earth destroyed by war, humanity’s remaining survivors send a fleet of ships to the ends of the galaxy in hope of finding a new world. After seven years of travel and long since out of communication, the crew of The Pegasus are nearing their destination when they encounter a derelict ship. So close to completing their mission with their sanity exhausted they soon realize they are not alone and must fight for the survival of the human race. The suspenseful film offers a chilling “what if” scenario when two superpowers, America vs China, go head-to-head
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The Last Scout Trailer Goes Searching for a New Planet | Exclusive

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The Last Scout Trailer Goes Searching for a New Planet | Exclusive
Independent studio Epic Pictures has dropped the full official trailer and poster for The Last Scout and we have your exclusive first look at this suspense filled sci-fi thriller. The suspenseful film offers a chilling "what if" scenario when two superpowers, America vs China, go head-to-head in the race to find the next inhabitable planet. Epic announced the VOD and digital release of The Last Scout across the Us and Canada starting March 7th.

Set in 2065, with Earth destroyed by war, humanity's remaining survivors send a fleet of ships to the end of the galaxy in hope of finding a new world. After seven years of travel and long since out of communication, the crew of The Pegasus are nearing their destination when they encounter a derelict ship. So close to completing their mission with their sanity exhausted they soon realize they are not alone and must fight for the survival of the human race.
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New Goodwife Season 7,Episode 7 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By CBS

  • OnTheFlix
Recently, CBS dropped the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "The Goodwife" episode 7 of season 7. The episode is entitled, "Driven," and it turns out that we're going to see some pretty interesting stuff go down as a case involving a self-driving accident, becomes a focus for Alicia and company , and more. In the new, 7th episode press release: Alicia And Lucca Join A Case Involving An Automotive Executive And His Employee Who Test Drove A Self-driving Car That Was Involved In An Accident, On "The Good Wife," Sunday, Nov. 15. Press release number 2: Alicia and Lucca is going to join a case involving an automotive executive represented by Lockhart, Agos & Lee, and an employee represented by Louis Canning, who was involved in a crippling accident while test-driving a car operating in "driverless" mode. Also, when Ruth and Eli pursue Courtney Boalt (Vanessa Williams), a potential campaign contributor, Peter will
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Frightfest 2015: ‘Awaiting’ Review

Starring: Tony Curran, Diana Vickers, Rupert Hill, Sophie Lovell Anderson, Peter Woodward, Adrian Bouchet, Charley McDougal | Written and Directed by Mark Murphy

It’s grim up north. Or so many British horror films would have you believe. If you’re travelling across the Yorkshire Moors you damn well better not be travelling alone or – heaven forbid – at night, otherwise your loved ones will be identifying your half-digested remains found in the woods outside Northallerton. You’d think people would have learned this lesson by now, but commuting businessman Jake (Rupert Hill) appears to be a slow learner. After a freak road accident he wakes up in the rural home of Morris (an unhinged Tony Curran) and his sheltered daughter Lauren (pop star Diana Vickers) and attempts to leave so that he can attend an ill-defined but ultra-important “business meeting” and, oh yeah, propose to his girlfriend.

This is easier said than done,
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First sneak peek promo for sci-fi series Dystopia

Runaway Features and Michael Copon Studios have unveilved the first sneak peak promo for season one of new TV show Dystopia, a sci fi thats sees time travellers from the future travelling back to the present to prevent the extinction of mankind.

It is the year 2037. Our world is dying, slowly, from a virus that has rendered mankind infertile. Not a single child has been born in 25 years. Governments are now powerless puppets for the biggest corporations and Biocorp, the world’s biggest, keeps promising a cure that never comes. A pair of scientists (Michael Copon and Simon Phillips) attempting to create the world first teleporter manage to create something even more powerful: time machines. They travel back to 2017 in order to change the events of their past and prevent the virus from ever taking hold. But their actions have unintended consequences, with the butterfly effect taking hold. As their
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Fertility Virus Leads to Apocalyptic Doom in New TV Series Dystopia

Imagine a dystopic world in which children haven't been born in 25 years. It's total chaos. With no one left to inherit the earth, the surviving humans have pretty much run the planet into the ground. It's in this world that the new 10 episode series "Dystopia" unfolds.

The series, with British director Paul Tanter behind the camera, stars Michael Copon and Sheena Colette as a pair of scientists who "stumble upon time travel and the opportunity to change their fate, but all is not certain as changes they make in the past have unforeseen life threatening consequences in their future." Basically, it's Children of Men with time travel.

Along with Copon and Colette, the show also stars Eve Mauro, Leo Goodman, Peter Woodward, Al Sapienza, Jason Faunt, Leslie Lopez and Michael M [Continued ...]
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Babylon 5: 14 alternatives to a straight reboot

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There are plenty of interesting directions a return to the Babylon 5 universe could take. Here are a few suggestions...

I read somewhere that J.M. Straczynski writes every day. That’s not surprising given his extensive body of work for television, motion pictures, novels and comics. He is best known for Babylon 5, of course. I remember what a lot of people used to say about Babylon 5, “How much can happen on a space station?” Well, a lot actually! And after five seasons of the original series, a bunch of made-for-tv movies and a couple of spin-offs, there are still plenty of stories left to tell.

That is why I was excited recently to read that Joe (apparently, he thinks you’re cool if you just call him Joe) was going back to work on Babylon 5. My excitement soon turned to dread when I found out that
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First Trailer For British Sci-Fi Flick ‘Last Scout’

We’re always bang up for supporting and celebrating British film, and here’s an interesting new trailer for one from director Simon Phillips and writer Paul Tanter. Here’s a bit more about the plot from the producers.

In 2065, a devastating nuclear war between America and China renders planet Earth uninhabitable. Those with access to commercial and private spacecraft escape the planet and the two sides each decide to search for a new home. Seven years into their journe,. the crew of The Pegasus and the ship itself are tired and reaching breaking point. As they approach the system containing the planet they must survey, they discover another ship may have already beaten them to it. As they debate whether to board the other ship or continue with their mission, their lives, and the fate of humanity itself, hangs in the balance. Due a 2015 release, The Last Scout is
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Eat to Live the New Awaiting Artwork

Writer/director Mark Murphy's new British thriller 'Awaiting' has just moved into post-production. The cannabilistic project from Green Screen and Solar Productions stars 'Defiance' actor Tony Curran, ex-'Coronation Street' star Rupert Hil, Peter Woodward, Adrian Bouchet, Sophie Lovell Anderson and former X Factor (UK) performer Diana Vickers. A new poster from the production has been revealed which you can view below. Murphy stated that, 'We have a strong script, a blisteringly talented cast, and a crew at the top of their game. I have no doubt we're going to deliver a film which will appeal to cinema goers globally.'...
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Afm 2014: Awaiting Art Reminds That You Are What You Eat

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UK filmmaker Mark Murphy has just wrapped production on his second feature Awaiting, which we've been keeping tabs on here on Dread. Though we don't have much new to report today, some slightly altered sales art has just come across our desk...

...which we thought you might be interested in taking a bite out of. Awaiting was written and directed by Murphy and, along with Tony Curran and Diana Vickers, stars Rupert Hill, Sophie Lovell Anderson, Peter Woodward, and Charley McDougall.

For more info visit the official Awaiting Facebook page.

About Awaiting

Green Screen Productions, in co-production with Solar Productions, presents Mark Murphy’s second feature, Awaiting, a psychological thriller starring Tony Curran (Underworld: Evolution, Gladiator) and "X Factor" finalist Diana Vickers (Little Voice, Give Out Girls).

Awaiting is an engaging journey of introspection into the depths of human nature and the capabilities of twisted minds. The plot follows Morris
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Midnight Meat Train Actor Has a Dark Craving in Awaiting

Awaiting is a new horror film in post-production that Shock is getting word of. The film is written and directed by Mark Murphy (of the upcoming film The Crypt) and it stars Tony Curran, Peter Woodward, Rupert Hill and Diana Vickers.

Curran has a few horror films under his belt including Midnight Meat Train and Underworld: Evolution. Woodward was last seen in NBC's Dracula and Vickers is a singer and former The X Factor contestant in the UK.

The post Midnight Meat Train Actor Has a Dark Craving in Awaiting appeared first on Shock Till You Drop.
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Exclusive First Production Stills from Awaiting

Last week we told you that Mark Murphy is currently at work on his second feature, a twisted vision entitled Awaiting, and today we have the first images from the set. The movie stars Tony Curran and Diana Vickers and began filming on June 22.

Awaiting was written and directed by Murphy and, along with Curran and Vickers, stars Rupert Hill, Sophie Lovell Anderson, Peter Woodward, and Charley McDougall. The UK film will shoot for four weeks, wrapping at the end of July.

For more info visit the official Awaiting Facebook page.

About Awaiting

Green Screen Productions, in co-production with Solar Productions, presents Mark Murphy’s second feature, Awaiting, a psychological thriller starring Tony Curran (Underworld: Evolution, Gladiator) and "X Factor" finalist Diana Vickers (Little Voice, Give Out Girls).

Awaiting is an engaging journey of introspection into the depths of human nature and the capabilities of twisted minds. The plot follows
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Thrilling Feature Awaiting Now in Production; New Artwork Released

Filmmaker Mark Murphy is currently at work on his second feature, a twisted vision entitled Awaiting. The movie stars Tony Curran and Diana Vickers and began filming on June 22. We've got additional info and a look at some new artwork for you right now.

Awaiting was written and directed by Murphy and, along with Curran and Vickers, stars Rupert Hill, Sophie Lovell Anderson, Peter Woodward, and Charley McDougall. The UK film will shoot for four weeks, wrapping at the end of July.

For more info visit the official Awaiting Facebook page. Also, look below for a hilarious behind-the-scenes video featuring some backstage shenanigans!

From the Press Release

Green Screen Productions, in co-production with Solar Productions, is proud to announce that it is now in production on Mark Murphy’s second feature, Awaiting, a psychological thriller starring Tony Curran (Underworld: Evolution, Gladiator) and "X Factor" finalist Diana Vickers (Little Voice, Give
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Paul Tanter's Shame the Devil Releases a Killer on DVD Today!

Paul Tanter's Shame the Devil is releasing on home entertainment formats today. The film involves a serial killer and one detective's mission to find him. Also, Shame the Devil stars Simon Phillips (He Who Dares), Juliette Bennett (White Collar Hooligan 2), Doug Bradley (Hellraiser), Kellie Shirley ("Eastenders"), Peter Barrett and Peter Woodward. A preview of the release is here. Taking a note from the Saw film series, Shame the Devil offers characters a test. They must tell the truth or face death. Several characters give dishonest answers and the victims pile up. Now, Detective James (Phillips) is searching for clues. This detective and the killer will meet in the back alleys of New York, for a final confronation. Several stills have recently been released for the film. The three stills show various characters, from this title. James looks for the killer, while another man faces the barrel of a gun.
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Postman Pat The Movie review: "Not the Pat you'll remember"

Postman Pat The Movie review:
Director: Mike Disa; Screenwriter: Annika Bluhm, Nicole Dubuc, Kim Fuller; Starring: Stephen Mangan, Ronan Keating, David Tennant, Rupert Grint, Jim Broadbent; Running time: 87 mins; Certificate: U

Pat Clifton, the humble and dedicated postman who's been the star of his own TV series for more than 30 years, gets his moment to shine on the big screen with the release of Postman Pat: The Movie.

Forget the quaint and low-key adventures of yesteryear, though, this film translation is a multicoloured 3D animation that turns its protagonist into a Paul Potts-type singing sensation via a reality TV show. Unfortunately, much of the parochial charm is lost in a film that lacks the visual and storytelling sophistication of superior toon fare.

If only Aardman was in charge of pulling the strings, Pat and his loyal feline sidekick Jess could have been like Wallace and Gromit for a new generation. As it stands, the
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Film Review: 'Postman Pat: The Movie'

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★☆☆☆☆After more than three decades entertaining children on TV, Postman Pat makes the transition to the big-screen in Postman Pat: The Movie (2014). The result is a lacklustre offering that comes as a far cry to the charming stop-motion TV series fostered by original creators John Cunliffe and Ivor Wood. Desperate to treat his loyal wife to a romantic holiday, Pat (Stephen Mangan) is forced to enter an X Factor-style talent competition when his bonus is scrapped. An overnight sensation, Pat is whisked away to London, where he immediately settles into his newfound celebrity status, leaving Carbunkle (Peter Woodward) - the postal service's evil new recruit - to replace him with hundreds of automatons.
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Postman Pat: The Movie review

The much beloved Postman Pat finally makes his way to the big screen. But is it worth the wait?

It's better than the trailer, let's start there. After all, the big screen debut of Postman Pat suffered from an early promo that suggested the film was not one to look forward to. As it turns out, there are merits to the Postman Pat movie, which at times feels as much like the beneficiary of a Doctor Who script conference as a stint watching children's telly. But ultimately, for all the nods to other movies (Faster Pussycat Kill Kill being the most bizarre), and for all the ideas, Pat falls just a little flat when it matters.

It starts promisingly enough. We meet Pat, now voiced by Stephen Mangan, as he goes about his work in Greendale, courtesy of a really good, extended opening shot. All the regulars are there, with the gentle,
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Postman Pat Delivers a World Exclusive TV Spot for his new Movie

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Just a little over a month to go now until Postman Pat: The Movie hits our cinemas screens. To mark the occasion we’ve been given this world exclusive look at a brand new TV spot ahead of the release on 23rd May.

The movie has an all-star voice cast which includes David Tennant, Rupert Grint, Jim Broadbent, Stephen Mangan, Peter Woodward and Enn Reitel. We’ll be ramping up our coverage taking up to release so keep checking back for more. If you’ve missed the trailers, posters etc, fear not as you can knock, ring or click here and we’ll deliver the content straight to your screen.

The film finds Pat, everyone’s favourite postman, coming face-to-face with the temptations of money, status and a shiny new suit when he enters a national TV talent show competition that threatens to tear him away from his hometown of
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The Second Trailer the Postman Pat: Movie Gets Delivered

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Lionsgate have released the second trailer for Postman Pat the movie and it’s CG-Tastic! The voice cast includes David Tennant, Rupert Grint, Jim Broadbent, Stephen Mangan, Peter Woodward and Enn Reitel. Postman Pat: The Movie is released in UK cinemas 23rd May.

The film finds Pat, everyone’s favourite postman, coming face-to-face with the temptations of money, status and a shiny new suit when he enters a national TV talent show competition that threatens to tear him away from his hometown of Greendale and his family and friends. What happens when kindness meets selfishness? When local fame meets Global notoriety? Will a nice cup of tea be kicked aside by a Frappacapacino Pat is set to find out as he falls for the age-old temptation of the grass being greener…

If I’m honest I’m not sure what to make of this trailer. The way in which it
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