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Eddie Harrison (written by)
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A family holiday turns into a fight for survival in the inhospitable wilderness of remote Scotland. | Add synopsis »
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DVD Review: 'Dark Nature'
 (From CineVue. 1 January 2013, 7:26 AM, PST)

Dark Nature DVD Review
 (From The Hollywood News. 31 December 2012, 8:49 AM, PST)

Dread Central's Best and Worst of 2010
 (From Dread Central. 2 January 2011, 1:19 AM, PST)

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Cast

 

Imogen Toner ... Chloe

Niall Greig Fulton ... McKenzie
Tom Carter ... Hayward
Joanna Miller ... Emily
Jane Stabler ... Magda
Vanya Eadie ... Jane
James Bryce ... Jonathan
Doreen McGillivray ... Mrs Petrie
Callum Warren-Brooker ... Sean
Len McCaffer ... Alex

Directed by
Marc de Launay 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Eddie Harrison  written by

Produced by
Marc de Launay .... executive producer
Marc de Launay .... producer
Mondo Ghulam .... executive producer
Eddie Harrison .... executive producer
Tom Kelly .... executive producer
Brian McCormick .... executive producer
Ted Mitchell .... executive producer
Ted Mitchell .... producer
 
Original Music by
John Brown 
Mondo Ghulam 
 
Cinematography by
Andrew Begg 
 
Film Editing by
Joe Speirs (edited by)
 
Production Design by
Rebecca Dover 
 
Art Direction by
Andrew McSweeney 
 
Costume Design by
Elle Kent 
 
Makeup Department
Sarah Cairncross .... makeup designer
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Barry Laird .... second assistant director
Ted Mitchell .... first assistant director
Ted Mitchell .... second unit director
Kim Stewart .... third assistant director
 
Art Department
Ella Williams .... art department assistant
Rhian Wright .... props (as Rhian Russell)
 
Sound Department
Merlin Bonning .... sound recordist
Douglas Fairgrieve .... sound recordist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Iain Miller .... first assistant camera
Garry Torrance .... focus puller
Jonathan Wright .... camera trainee
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ruth Stockl .... wardrobe assistant
 
Editorial Department
Ian Ballantyne .... on-line editor
Bill Gill .... editorial advisor
 
Music Department
Zachary Ware .... composer: additional music
 
Other crew
Mark Lacey .... runner
John Rae .... production coordinator
Chris Rafferty .... script supervisor
 

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76 min
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8 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
It's not good, but as a media student I can sympathise!, 14 December 2009
Author: yousoldmysoulforpogs from United Kingdom

Perhaps when I took my seat, waited twenty minutes through darkness and up came a DVD menu on the cinema screen wasn't exactly what I expected. The film had a very limited cinema release (i.e. twice a week for a month in Cineworld, and that was it) so I was determined to catch at least one showing. When beginning to describe the film, low-budget doesn't scratch the surface, the whole movie no doubt filmed entirely on the Southwest coast of Scotland in the film-makers' back garden. It's a horror/slasher flick in all fragances but it fails badly to pin the woes of the killer on a "you're killing the earth, so we're killing you" twist. It's obvious that although the film tries its very best to be serious (it fails), the dialogue makes numerous nods to slasher films of yore (such classic lines like "He wasn't strong enough" and "The Earth fights back"). Why in God's name didn't they go all out B-movie slasher tribute style, I don't know - because the narrative strengths (if they exist) lie completely in the moments in the film where the killer is honing in on his prey. All in all, the film ends up lamehat because it indeed takes itself far too seriously when it really had no chance at all with the kind of budget it had. Gets a better rating because of the reasonably convincing gore and the slightly present "so-bad-it's-good" factor, but overall the producers should have thrown the script in the writer's face and said "bring back some GOAR!".

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