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Moor Fear: The Making of Xmoor

21 August 2014 9:10 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Trevor Hogg chats with writer-director Luke Hyams as well as actors Melia Kreiling and Mark Bonnar about literally get some chills shooting a horror film in Northern Ireland…

“My dad was a talented song writer and a great lover of films,” explains British independent filmmaker Luke Hyams.  “He exposed me to stuff like Alien [1979], Blade Runner [1982] and Shane [1953] when I was tiny and those films left a startling imprint. My Mum was a book dealer and had a good line in bed time stories so I think that may be where my love of story originated.”  The third instalment of the original Star Wars trilogy left a lasting impression.  “One night back in 1983 my Dad came home from the pub with a pirate copy of Return of the Jedi [1983] that changed my life. I loved the look of it, the music, the characters and could taste the finality of what »

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First Details, Poster Art for the FrightFest Entry ‘Xmoor’

8 July 2014 9:40 AM, PDT | shocktillyoudrop.com | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

Debuting on August 25th at FrightFest in the UK is Xmoor, a "blood and guts horror film" from writer-director Luke Hyams. That's a look at the poster art you see here. Hyams has mostly done television work; before this, he helmed the UK film Dubplate Drama. In Xmoor, the impulsive and beautiful Georgia drags her unwilling boyfriend Matt to the remote English countryside to prove the existence of the legendary Beast of Exmoor.

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