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Have you been watching … The Deep?

The Deep has combined soapy relationship storylines with submarine drama – and produced oddly likeable results

The first time I watched The Deep I knew only two things: it was an underwater science-fiction thriller from the BBC and it starred two actors I have long considered to be among the least appealing performers on screen.

But let's put the issue of James Nesbitt and Minnie Driver to one side. Because whatever else one can say about The Deep, it's not that often that you find British broadcasters investing in an original piece of sci-fi – a genre that is less easy a sell than cop shows, soaps or reality programming. Even given Nesbitt's considerable skills with the Yellow Pages, he'd probably struggle to pick up the components to dress a superpowered submarine off-the-shelf – although the show as a whole has of course borrowed like a magpie from works such as The Abyss,
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Lesbian Vampire Killers Set Visit

Staking its claim as the ultimate Ronsil movie, Lesbian Vampire Killers is about to slink into our cinemas, promising to be headier than a Hammer horror directed by Russ Meyer. It's got vampires, it's got lesbians and it's got killing - not necessarily in that order - with comedians of the moment James Corden and Mat Horne caught in the middle of it all as camping companions Fletch and Jimmy.    With Ukrainian bombshell Vera Filatova and a host of other sirens at the shoot, this was one Empire set visit that had to be decided upon by fighting. Olly Richards won out, packed his cross and headed down to the Bow set to see what all the fuss was about. Lesbian Vampire Killers is released on Friday March 20
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Lesbian Vampire Killers Trailer

You’ve either been waiting for this for a while now, or you don’t care, in which case, you probably didn’t click on the link to see me typing this. So, for those who actually did click, here it is, the official trailer for the Brit horror comedy “Lesbian Vampire Killers”. Starring James Corden and Matt Horne as the two sad saps, with able assists from lovelies MyAnna Buring, Silvia Colloca, Vera Filatova, and Ashley Mulheron. Phil Claydon directs. With their women having been enslaved by the local pack of lesbian vampires thanks to an ancient curse, the remaining menfolk of a rural Welsh town send two hapless young lads out onto the moors as a sacrifice.
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