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Mayhem 2017: Friday the 13th Part III 3D Review: Dir. Steve Miner

Friday the 13th Part III 3D review: Jason stalks and slashes his victims in the third dimension in this one-off screening at Mayhem Film Festival.

Friday the 13th Part III 3D review by Kat Hughes.

Friday the 13th Part III 3D Review

The 1980’s was a glorious time for the horror genre. With the rise of the mighty VHS it was so very easy to get your horrific content out into the world, so much so that we were gifted the ‘video nasty’ of cinema. At the same time, 3D was taking cinemas by storm, it would go on to be a flash-in-the-pan craze that would die until James Cameron’s Avatar. It comes as no surprise then that many films sought to combine horror and 3D, one such film is Friday the 13th Part 3.

The third film (obviously) in the franchise gave the new technology a whirl, and
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DVD Review – Estranged (2015)

Estranged, 2015.

Directed by Adam Levins.

Starring Amy Manson, Craig Conway, Simon Quarterman, James Cosmo, Bob Duff, James Lance, Eileen Nicholas, Nora-Jane Noone.


A woman with amnesia from a crash returns to her family home and tries to work out who she was before her accident and why her family are behaving so strangely towards her.

Touching on the subject of class and the insular nature of family in the upper classes, Estranged is a curious British thriller about January (Amy MansonPumpkinhead: Blood Feud), a vibrant young woman having the time of her life travelling through Brazil with her boyfriend Callum (Simon QuartermanThe Devil Inside) when she is flung from their scooter during a crash. Surviving but suffering from amnesia and needing a wheelchair until she regains the use of her legs, January returns to her isolated family mansion deep in the British countryside with Callum but the
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Mayhem 2015: Aaaaaaaah! And The Invitation First Films On Fest Lineup

Steve Oram's Aaaaaaaah! and Karyn Kusama's The Invitation are the first two films announced for this year's line-up of the Mayhem Film Festival in Nottingham, England. The festival will take place between October 15th and 18th. "We're really pleased to be screening both Aaaaaaaah! and The Invitation - two great films which really reflect the diversity of our programme, ranging from surreal dark comedy to atmospheric, unsettling tension", explains Mayhem's Co-Director's Steven Sheil. "We're also really excited to be welcoming Steve Oram back to Mayhem, after Sightseers - his collaboration with Ben Wheatley and Alice Lowe - proved such a hit with our audience in 2012." The festival also announced that Kusama's film will close the festival and that Oram will be in attendance during...

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Frontières unveils Brussels line-up

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Second European edition of genre co-production market to feature two extra spotlights in addition to its 17-strong line-up.

Frontières International Co-Production Market has unveiled the full line-up for its second European edition, taking place at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival from April 9-11.

This year sees an expanded Frontières line-up which will allow more projects to participate in live pitch sessions. In addition, it will include a Market Spotlight, featuring projects co-presented by Blood Window at Ventana Sur and the European Genre Forum at Tallinn Black Nights, and a Seeking Director spotlight which will involved three projects in development.

The 17-strong Frontières line-up features the already-announced Érik Canuel’s On the Threshold (an English-language remake of Sur Le Seuil) alongside new projects from directors Alexandre O. Philippe, Casey Walker and John Harrison, and producers Carole Scotta and Andrew D. Corkin.

It also features Eugene Garcia’s Jessie’s Demons, the new project
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Mark Kermode's DVD round-up

Robot and Frank; Identity Thief; Red Dawn; Fire in the Night; A Field in England

What a strange little movie is Robot and Frank (2012, EOne, 12). Set in the near future, this gentle, sci-fi-inflected oddity finds Frank Langella playing an ageing cat burglar who becomes the unwilling recipient of a robot butler. Initially scornful of his automated assistant (and depressed by encroaching dementia), Frank warms to the robot's charms when he realises that he can become a partner in crime.

It sounds terrible, like some misjudged hybrid of the all too real pain of Iris and the fantastical comedy of Sleeper. Yet somehow it works, with writer Christopher Ford and director Jake Schreier conjuring an unexpectedly touching and bittersweet tale about the rigours of old age and the peculiar twists of unlikely friendship. Peter Sarsgaard provides the voice of the robot who overturns generic conventions by being both utterly practical and increasingly amiable,
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Artifical Eye & Protagonist Back Latest Microwave Film

Film London announces Lilting, the latest project from Film London Microwave, will be distributed by Curzon Film World’s Artificial Eye in the UK with Protagonist Pictures to manage international sales. A striking feature debut from director Hong Khaou with an all-star cast led by Ben Whishaw (Skyfall, Cloud Atlas) and Cheng Pei Pei (Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon), Lilting explores love without a common language.

Written and directed by Khaou and produced by Dominic Buchanan, Lilting is the eighth film from the successful feature film fund Film London Microwave. Alongside Whishaw and Pei Pei, the film also stars Peter Bowles (Blow-Up, The Bank Job), Morven Christie (House of 9, The Young Victoria) and Andrew Leung (The List).

As part of Film London Microwave’s mentorship component, award-winning film-maker Michael Winterbottom acted as writer/director Khaou’s mentor, while producer Buchanan received guidance and support from his mentor Ken Marshall, the producer of London to Brighton, Filth and Song for Marion.

Curzon Film World’s Artificial Eye is known for its discerning taste in the best of European and world cinema. The label has released more winners of the Cannes Palme d'Or than any other UK distributor, with titles including The Class (2008) and The White Ribbon (2009).

Commercially-minded and creatively-spirited Protagonist Pictures is an international sales company committed to strong relationships with film-makers. Recent highlights in their catalogue include Searching for Sugar Man, Sightseers, The Imposter and Microwave’s Shifty. This year at Cannes they represent The Selfish Giant by Clio Barnard, screening in Directors’ Fortnight, and in the Critics’ Week, Paul Wright’s debut feature For Those In Peril.

Lilting tells the story of a Chinese mother (Pei Pei) as she grieves for her son (Leung) following his untimely death. He was her eyes and ears in the UK, their adopted country, and without him she is stranded. The only person left is his lover (Whishaw) – who she knows only as his flat mate. Together they are forced to overcome their differences and unite in sorrow whilst struggling against the absence of a shared language. An intimate and thoughtful film, Lilting addresses overcoming cultural and generational boundaries, the power of memory, and the lifelines and relationships formed in the face of grief.

Adrian Wootton, Chief Executive of Film London and the British Film Commission, said: “Lilting is a moving cinematic achievement and I am delighted that it will reach UK audiences through Curzon Film World and that Protagonist will be managing international sales. It is a testament to Microwave’s innovative approach to film-making that its projects attract high-calibre talent and prestigious commercial distributors and sales agents. The scheme’s successful track record is also a result of the Microwave team, who are integral to nurturing and guiding all our film-makers. I am proud to see another Microwave feature proving itself in the commercial marketplace and hope this is only the start of Lilting’s success.”

Louisa Dent, Managing Director of Curzon Film World said: "When we read the script, it was clear that this was something special. There is an emotional urgency that is compelling and honest. Hong is a real emerging talent and his short films marked him out. We knew that the Microwave/Film London team would be great partners on this and with a quality cast it seemed liked a perfect fit for us.”

Mike Goodridge, CEO of Protagonist Pictures said: “I had admired Hong's shorts so it was with great excitement that I watched his first feature Lilting. But Hong exceeds expectations: the film is an accomplished and mature portrait of love and loss, graced by two extraordinary lead performances. The whole Protagonist team was knocked out by it and we are confident it will be embraced by distributors around the world.”

Funded by Film London Microwave, additional finance came from production companies Stink Films and Andy Brunskill’s recently launched Sums Film and Media Ltd., supported by financier/producer Bob & Co, Lim Kay Sui and Neo Swee Lin.

Film London Microwave is a unique training-through-production scheme delivered in partnership with BBC Films and with support from Creative Skillset. Challenging London-based film-makers to shoot a feature film for up to £120,000, Film London Microwave enables talent to thrive in a limited budget with its integrated training programme which offers crucial guidance and mentoring throughout the film-making process.

The Film London Microwave team is made up of Creative Producer Mia Bays, who also acts as the Distribution/Marketing Consultant and Mike Kelly, Business and Finance Producer, alongside Film London’s Talent Development Manager Kevin Dolan and Development and Production Officer Tessa Inkelaar. Film London will soon be appointing a new Head of Talent Development and Production, who will head up the Microwave team.

Encompassing training and development from script to screen and beyond, Film London Microwave has enjoyed excellent results. Last year saw the successful UK theatrical releases of Ben Drew’s iLL Manors, released by Revolver, and Frances Lea’s Strawberry Fields, released through Soda Pictures’ New British Cinema Quarterly programme. Other films produced through the scheme include the BAFTA-nominated Shifty, award-winning horror Mum & Dad, documentary The British Guide to Showing Off, teen drama Freestyle and the yet to be release Borrowed Time which was awarded Best in Fest at the 2012 Edinburgh International Film Festival.

About Film London Microwave

Launched in 2006, Microwave is the acclaimed micro-budget feature film scheme set up by Film London with BBC Films, with support from Creative Skillset. Committed to discovering and investing in emerging London-based film-makers, Microwave backs talented teams with fresh voices and strong stories. A unique ‘apprenticeship’ scheme, it provides an intensive approach to film-making with the emphasis on original ideas, tightly focussed scripts and short production schedules. Film-makers are supported by an extensive training and mentoring programme from development, through production, all the way to the film’s release in the UK and internationally.

In pre production:

Seekers Written by Arinze Kene, directed by Nicole Volavka and produced by Rob Watson.

A thriller set in the world of London's underclass. An African single mother finds new happiness with Jean-Baptiste, a refugee from Rwanda, and their struggle to survive in the big city eases. But a chance sighting of a ghost from the past exposes long buried traumas, which puts their lives in danger and everything they have is threatened.

Completed features:

Mum & Dad (2008) Directed & written by Steven Sheil and produced by Lisa Trnovski. Released Boxing Day 2008 in the UK and Mother’s Day 2009 in North America courtesy of Revolver Entertainment

Shifty (2008) Directed & written by Eran Creevy and produced by Rory Aitken and Ben Pugh. Released on 24 April 2009 in the UK courtesy of Metrodome Distribution. Shifty received a BAFTA nomination for the Carl Foreman Award (Best Debut) in 2010 and 5 Bifa nominations in 2008

Freestyle (2009) a teen romance based around the world of freestyle basketball, directed by Kolton Lee and produced by Lincia Daniel. Released in London and key cities by Revolver in February 2010 and became the first Microwave film to receive a theatrical release in the Us through Phase 4

The British Guide to Showing Off, director Jes Benstock’s Alternative Miss World documentary produced by Dorigen Hammond. Distributed by Verve Pictures in autumn 2011

Strawberry Fields, directed by Frances Lea and produced by Liam Beatty and Lucie Wenigerova, is an intense rites of passage film bursting with energy, sex and humour set during a perfect English summer. It received its World Premiere at the 55th BFI London Film Festival and released by Soda Pictures on 6 July

iLL Manors, written and directed by Ben Drew and produced by Atif Ghani

A unique crime thriller set on the unforgiving streets of London, following six disparate lives, all struggling to survive the circles of violence that engulf them. Released by Revolver on 8 June 2012

Borrowed Time, a bittersweet comedy about growing up and rediscovering youth, written and directed by Jules Bishop and produced by Olivier Kaempfer, starring Philip Davis, Theo Barklem-Biggs and Perry Benson. The film received its world premiere at the Edinburgh International Film Festival in June 2012 and is set for release in 2013.

Lilting Written and directed by Hong Khaou and produced by Dominic Buchanan

Starring Ben Whishaw and Cheng Pei Pei, Lilting is an intimate and thoughtful film about communication, falling in love and forming relationships without a common language. A mother’s attempt at understanding who her son is after his untimely death, her emotions are stirred up by presence of his partner.

The Film London Microwave team includes Kevin Dolan, Talent Development Manager, Tessa Inkelaar, Development and Production Officer, Creative Producer Mia Bays, who also acts as the Distribution/Marketing Consultant, and Mike Kelly, Business and Finance Producer.

About Film London

Film London, as the capital’s film and media agency, aims to ensure London has a thriving film sector that enriches the city’s businesses and its people. The agency works with all the screen industries to sustain, promote and develop London as a major international production and film cultural capital, and it supports the development of the city’s new and emerging film-making talent. Film London is funded by the Mayor of London, the National Lottery through the BFI, and receives significant support from Arts Council England and Creative Skillset.

About BBC Films

BBC Films is the feature filmmaking arm of the BBC. It aims to make strong British films with range and ambition, bringing the best of British talent to audiences. BBC Films is firmly established at the forefront of British independent filmmaking and co-produces around eight films a year, working in partnership with major international and UK distributors. Christine Langan is the Head of BBC Films, responsible for the development and production slate, strategy and business operations.

Recent releases include Sally Potter’s reflection on troubled friendship Ginger and Rosa currently in cinemas, Ol Parker’s teen romance Now is Good, Fernando Meirelles’ stylish and contemporary drama 360, James Marsh’s heart-wrenching thriller Shadow Dancer, Julien Temple’s documentary feature London – The Modern Babylon, Lasse Hallström’s romantic comedy Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, Max and Dania’s kinetic 3D film StreetDance 2, Ralph Fiennes’ contemporary Shakespeare adaptation Coriolanus, Simon Curtis’ comedy drama My Week with Marilyn, Nick Murphy’s supernatural mystery The Awakening, Lynne Ramsay’s adaptation of the Winner for the Orange Prize for Fiction We Need to Talk About Kevin, David Mackenzie’s romantic thriller Perfect Sense, Cary Fukunaga’s modern retelling of Jane Eyre, and James Marsh’s moving documentary Project Nim.

Forthcoming films include Mike Newell’s sumptuous Dickens classic Great Expectations in cinemas 30 November and Dustin Hoffman’s directorial debut, the wickedly comic Quartet, which will be in cinemas 4 January 2013, and in March Terri Hooley biopic Good Vibrations from directors Lisa Barros D’Sa and Glenn Leyburn will feature in cinemas. Also set for a Spring release is Nick Murphy’s gripping thriller Blood.

BBC Films has an impressive back catalogue, which includes titles such as Nigel Cole’s Made in Dagenham, Lone Scherfig’s Academy Award® nominated and BAFTA award-winning An Education; Armando Iannucci’s Academy Award® and BAFTA award-nominated In the Loop; Jane Campion’s Academy Award®nominated Bright Star; and Andrea Arnold’s BAFTA award-winning Fish Tank.

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Watch An Exclusive Clip From Steven Sheil's Action Horror Dead Mine

Steven Sheil's Indonesian set action-horror Dead Mine is available now on VOD and with the DVD release coming next week Twitch is happy to offer up an exclusive clip from the film.The legend of Yamashita's Gold lures a treasure hunter and his group deep into the Indonesian jungle. Once they are trapped in an abandoned World War II Japanese bunker, they face the terrifying reality that the only way out is to go further in.Though this particular clip does not feature The Raid and The Fast And Furious 6 star Joe Taslim it does show off the stellar creature makeup. Take a look below....

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Exclusive: Dead Mine Clip

Exclusive: Dead Mine Clip
The legend of Yamashita's Gold lures a treasure hunter and his group deep into the Indonesian jungle. Once they are trapped in an abandoned World War II Japanese bunker, they face the terrifying reality that the only way out is to go further in. XLrator Media will be releasing Dead Mine on VOD May 2, 2013 and on DVD May 28, 2013. We have an exclusive look at this exciting release with the clip, "Almost killed a man in a bar". Check it out, and then be sure to check out the DVD later this month!

Dead Mine - Exclusive "Almost Killed A Man in A Bar"

Dead Mine was released May 2nd, 2013 and stars Ario Bayu, Afwan, Andre, Asep, Use Badhu, Budi, Charlie, Rustam Effendi. The film is directed by Steven Sheil.
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Get Surrounded by this Exclusive Dead Mine Clip

An exclusive clip for XLrator Media's next horror offering Dead Mine has arrived, and it proves once and for all that if someone originally had buried something, it may just be a pretty damned good idea to leave it be. Then again... what fun is that?

XLrator Media released Dead Mine on VOD on May 2nd with the Blu-ray and DVD to follow on May 28th. Look for it in your local fright flick emporium!

Directed and co-written (with Ziad Semaan) by UK director Steven Sheil (Mum & Dad), the film stars cult Japanese action star Miki Mizuno (Bayside Shakedown), Ario Bayu, UK actors Sam Hazeldine and Les Loveday, and Malaysian actress Carmen Soo.


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DVD Review - Dead Mine (2012)

Dead Mine, 2012.

Directed by Steven Sheil.

Starring Sam Hazeldine, Joe Taslim, James Taenaka and Miki Mizuno.


The legend of Yamashita's Gold lures a treasure hunter and his group deep into the Indonesian jungle. Once they are trapped in an abandoned World War II Japanese bunker, they face the terrifying reality that the only way out is to go further in.

Dead Mine is the story of a group of treasure hunters searching for a lost WWII bunker hidden on an Indonesian island. Thanks to some troublesome pirates they become trapped, forcing them to go deeper into the mine. Unfortunately for them, there is something lurking in the bunker that should have stayed hidden.

This film is the first in HBO Asia’s output of original films and the big positive of Dead Mine is that any following features can only get better.

The story starts simply enough thanks to
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Dead Mine Review

My horror adventures always take me to such interesting places, so I suppose it was only a matter of time before I ended up in an old WWII Japanese underground bunker found in the wilds of Indonesia. Go hunting for Yamashita’s Gold they said. It’ll be totally safe they said. Well what they didn’t say was mutated science experiments still inhabit the mine who aren’t too keen on accepting visitors. Damn, the treasure hunting game sure is getting dangerous these days, but it’s not that unexpected as Dead Mine is just another “greedy young dick leads a crack team of specialists into a dangerous location looking for riches but instead finds evil monsters who don’t take kindly to their presence” film. You know, the usual.

Coming off his first directorial effort Mum & Dad, writer/director Steven Sheil has once again drifted into very specific genre territory with Dead Mine.
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Dead Mine Movie Review

Dead Mine Movie Review
Title: Dead Mine Directed by: Steven Sheil Starring: Ario Bayu, Sam Hazeldine, Mike Lewis, Les Loveday, Miki Mizuno, Carmen Soo, James Taenaka, Joe Taslim, Bang Tigor Available on VOD 05/02/13 & DVD 05/28/2013 The legend of Yamashita’s Gold drives a rich treasure hunter, his “golddigger” girlfriend, a researcher, engineer and some armed mercenaries as protection to the middle of the jungle in Indonesia. They are shot at by some unknown gunmen and are forced into a mine which caves in on them after a convenient grenade blast. The team venture downward where they discover the mine was converted into an underground bunker by the Japanese during WWII. Deep into the [ Read More ]

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Dead Mine Holds a Motherload of Horror: A Movie Review

*full disclosure: an online screening of this film was provided by XLrator Media. Director: Steven Sheil. Cast: Miko Mizumo, Sam Hazeldine, and Joe Taslim. Dead Mine is the first film that this film fan has seen from Indonesia. Much of this country's beautiful landscape is shown early in the film. And, director Steven Sheil (Mum & Dad) captures some of the Asian mystique of this country, too. The horror elements are also on the screen. Taking place in an old pre-World War II mine, there are things waiting below, for a team of would-be treasure-hunters. This mine is mazelike and the many settings in this feature create for some of the film's ominous mood. There is a lot to fear in this title. And because of the surprises, Dead Mine is one of the best indie horror films to come out this year. The premise for the film is a simple one.
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Dead Mine Trailer Excavates Terror

Here's the thing... when something is long buried and it takes everything that you've got and then some to get to, before you put in the effort, take a moment and think to yourself, "Maybe this was made hard to get to for a reason." That advice may save your life.

But then again, if everyone followed it, we wouldn't have movies. Below you'll find another look at the trailer and artwork for Dead Mine, which XLrator Media released on VOD May 2nd and will issue on Blu-ray and DVD on May 28th.

Directed and co-written (with Ziad Semaan) by UK director Steven Sheil (Mum & Dad), the film stars cult Japanese action star Miki Mizuno (Bayside Shakedown), Ario Bayu, UK actors Sam Hazeldine and Les Loveday, and Malaysian actress Carmen Soo.


The legend of Yamashita's Gold lures a treasure hunter and his group deep into the Indonesian jungle. Once
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Check out these Dead Mine trailer and images

Check out the trailer and photos from XLRator Media's Dead Mine, starring Joe Taslim (The Raid, Fast and Furious 6), Sam Hazeldine (The Raven) and Miki Mizuno (Guilty of Romance). The legend of Yamashita's Gold lures a treasure hunter and his group deep into the Indonesian jungle. Once they are trapped in an abandoned World War II Japanese bunker, they face the terrifying reality that the only way out is to go further in. Steven Sheil directs as well as scripting with Ziad Semaan. Catch Dead Mine on VOD on May 2, 2013 and on DVD on May 28, 2013.
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We've Dug Up the Official Trailer and Release Info for Dead Mine

We haven't talked much about Dead Mine, a co-production of HBO Asia and Singapore-based Infinite Studios, but with XLrator Media poised to release the Indonesian flick on Blu-ray and DVD in the Us on May 28th, we've gotten our hands on its trailer and artwork.

Directed and co-written (with Ziad Semaan) by UK director Steven Sheil (Mum & Dad), the film stars cult Japanese action star Miki Mizuno (Bayside Shakedown), Ario Bayu, UK actors Sam Hazeldine and Les Loveday, and Malaysian actress Carmen Soo.


The legend of Yamashita's Gold lures a treasure hunter and his group deep into the Indonesian jungle. Once they are trapped in an abandoned World War II Japanese bunker, they face the terrifying reality that the only way out is to go farther in.

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The Raid's Joe Taslim Is Ready For Action In This Dead Mine Poster

Joe Taslim, who some of you might have spotted in the Fast and Furious 6 trailer, headlines this Indonesia-set movie from Mum & Dad director Steven Sheil, with Sam Hazeldine (The Raven) and Miki Mizuno (Guilty of Romance) in supporting roles. The action/horror movie is headed to the U.S. in May through XLRator Media who'll be releasing it via VOD on the 2nd before it gets a DVD release on May 28th. Here's the official synopsis: The legend of Yamashita's Gold lures a treasure hunter and his group deep into the Indonesian jungle. Once they are trapped in an abandoned World War II Japanese bunker, they face the terrifying reality that the only way out is to go further in. You can see the full-sized...

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Full line-up announced for Nottingham’s Mayhem Horror Festival 2012

This Halloween the Mayhem Film Festival is back at the Broadway Cinema in Nottingham to scare the living daylights out of film fans. Supported by BAFTA, this major UK genre festival has built up a dedicated audience and this year’s festival promises to be the biggest and best yet, featuring a shocking amount of very special screenings, exclusive events and great guests. Expect everything from top UK talent to the best blood-curdling action on offer around the globe including madcap Japanese gore-fests and the first ever Israeli horror!

The line-up in full:

Wednesday 31st October

Live Horror Stories For Halloween (8pm – 10pm)

Nottingham Writers Studio present Word Of Mouth

Live storytelling from horror novelist Niki Valentine and guests, plus screenings of classic TV ghost stories with Tom Baker, Christopher Lee and Robert Powell reading the likes of M.R. James and Saki.

Thursday 1st November

BAFTA present Sightseers (8pm) + Q&A with director & co-writer

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Mutant Samurai Warriors In Trailer For Steven Sheil's Dead Mine

Director Steven Sheil created quite a stir with his debut feature Mum & Dad, a low budget affair that proved the UK based director could accomplish rather a lot with just a little. For his second effort Sheil packed up and headed to Indonesia for Dead Mine, an action-horror effort with an international cast that includes The Raid and Fast Six star Joe Taslim and Guilty Of Romance's Miki Mizuno. The project was backed locally by HBO Asia and with their release window coming up the network has released the first action packed trailer for the film. Are those samurai warriors the result of a World War II chemical weapons program? Why yes, yes they are....
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