2 items from 2009
Directors: Toni Harman
Writers: Alex Wakeford
Review by: projectcyclops
Rating: 7.5 out of 10
Credo is a low-budget British horror film directed by Tony Harman, written by Alex Wakeford, and set in London. The film starts off with a group of Catholic students attempting to summon the devil himself; in the attic of their college halls of residence: Eden. Of the five, Simon (played by the late Stephen Gately, who carries himself pretty well in the role) is their leader, with his roots in Irish Catholicism; he’s seemingly obsessed with finding Satan, so as better to defeat him. His friend Seth however, gets cold feet and breaks-off from the séance, running to his bedroom to pray for his friends and ask God’s forgiveness. The next morning, his four friends are all dead from separate and gruesome suicides... found by staff and students in their bedrooms in Eden. »
GrimmUpNorth is Manchester's premier, horror film festival, running from October 29th - November 1st and including the world premier of 'The Reeds' and screening of 'The Descent 2', with Q&A from cast and director. The festival will be taking place in Manchester's Printworks and Odeon Cinema.
Gerard Johnson's Tony, a film we all love here at Qe, will be playing. We highly reccomend it. Review here.
A full line-up can be found at the festival website, but other notable screenings include Faye Jackson's Romanian vampire film 'Strigoi' and a special screening of Hellraiser, including a chance to meet the 'Cenobites' themselves; Doug Bradley (aka Pin Head), Nicholas Vince (Chatterer) and Simon Bamford (Butterball) on the Friday.
Here's a list of films that will be screened over the weekend:
Decsent 2 + Tras Visillos (Short)
Friday 30th & Saturday 31st:
Tony + Excision (Short »
2 items from 2009
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