A documentary crew arrive at an old country manor intent on filming the Legend of Herne the Hunter. As members of the crew die in horrible circumstances the survivors are on a desperate ...
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A documentary crew arrive at an old country manor intent on filming the Legend of Herne the Hunter. As members of the crew die in horrible circumstances the survivors are on a desperate search to find what the spirit of the forest wants. Written by
In the scene where Natasha runs out of her room screaming after being 'touched by something'- Max appears and goes to check around the gardens, before finding out that at the end of the scene Natasha and Dan change rooms. On his return later, he goes to Natasha's original room with Dan now in it - how did he know? See more »
I thought you Northerners were supposed to be virile and well-mannered?
I'm a Midlander and anyway it's a myth. We're all wimps with little willies who can't take our beer!
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This is a really good film - It has lots of content and in that I mean, plot, story etc. The premise is set around the Legend of Herne the Hunter (Who was also featured in the Robin of Sherwood series - and badly!) The protector of the forest and heroic Game Keeper of Richard 11. It's a film that packs a lot of information about the legend of Herne and covers the aspects a little Shakespeare to boot from the Merry Wives of Windsor - The monologue performed by Ralph (Don McCorkindale) What a great actor and what a fabulous voice.
There are flaws in this film but for such a small amount of money, I don't know how they achieved this. I saw the short that came on the DVD and like the humour that Anthony Straeger, the director injects into his pacey and action packed production.
There are a few other performances I'd like to mention, Dan (Michael Instone) Holds the humour card and plays it to great effect, Tamsin (Sarah Paul) is a first rate actress how holds the production in check all the way through. Max (Jonathan Hansler) A cameo role but his delivery is fabulous.
What can I say - I really enjoyed this and don't begrudge a cent of it. This will stay in my collection - unlike some.
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