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Gnaw -- Six Friends escape to the country for a break, what could be better a beautiful house house country walks, mouth watering home cooked food.

GNAW - Nice to have your friends for Dinner!

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Release Date:
31 October 2009 (USA) See more »
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Nice to have your friends for dinner...
Plot:
Six friends holiday in the heart of the English countryside. The holiday turns into a culinary nightmare... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Could of Been so much better... See more (23 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Sara Dylan ... Lorrie
Rachel Mitchem ... Jill
Oliver Squires ... Matt (as Oliver Lee Squires)
Nigel Croft-Adams ... Jack
Julia Vandoorne ... Hannah
Hiram Bleetman ... Ed
Carrie Cohen ... Mrs. Obadiah
Jennifer Wren ... Amy
Gary Faulkner ... The Slaughterman

Directed by
Gregory Mandry 
 
Writing credits
Michael John Bell (written by) and
Max Waller (written by)

Michael John Bell (story) and
Max Waller (story) and
Rob Weston (story)

Produced by
Michael Bell .... executive producer
Simon Sharp .... producer
Rob Weston .... line producer
Rob Weston .... producer
 
Original Music by
Mark Hill 
 
Cinematography by
Tom Jenkins 
 
Film Editing by
Mark Towns 
 
Production Design by
Tony Noble 
 
Art Direction by
Byron Vaisey 
 
Costume Design by
Hayley Nebauer 
 
Makeup Department
Florence May Carter .... makeup designer
 
Art Department
Michael Bell .... second unit production designer
Oliver Morran .... graphic artist
 
Sound Department
James Benton .... boom operator
Simon Bysshe .... sound recordist
Andy Walker .... sound effects editor
 
Editorial Department
Rory Hinds .... colorist
 
Other crew
Mike Carr .... production secretary
Matt Mirrington .... production assistant
Natalie Sloan .... script supervisor
Claire Zammit .... production assistant
Angus Ellis .... post production assistant (uncredited)
 
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Tim Hampton .... thanks
Bob Keen .... thanks
 

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UK:90 min
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8 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
Could of Been so much better..., 18 May 2009
Author: grantham-666 from United Kingdom

I love British Horror's, and i was really looking forward to this film, but looking at the acting, well, i was disgusted with it. I have not seen such dry acting in a long time until now. The characters were predictable, bland, and most of all annoying. I wish they had better deaths, oh yes, and they were tension and gore free also. The most gore seen was with a pair of pliers and a tongue. The main Villain, wore a creepy hooded cloak, with an animal as a mask type thing (you'll just have to see it) He did look quite creepy i guess. Also what annoyed me with this film, was the final scene, there was no relationship shown between the two cannibals of this movie, and the final scene was way too quick and unsatisfying. They could of done a lot more with this movie, with the characters, the atmosphere and location. It was a real shame. If your after a lot of tension and gore, DO NOT watch this film.

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