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The Horror Channel “Movie Of The Month” is Drew Cullingham’s Umbrage: The First Vampire, which is broadcast on Friday 22nd June. The film stars legendary British actor Doug Bradley (Hellraiser) and concerns an unscrupulous antique dealer’s ancient mirror that serves as a portal for shadowy beings to be unleashed into the night with a thirst for blood.
Drew talks about his outstanding directorial debut and his plans for the future….
How did you start in the movie business?
DC: Slowly! There was a time when all the things I take for granted now, all the people (actors and crew) and all the facilities and so on, were a faraway dream. I worked a little in TV, mostly filming food related VTs for live shows, and I cut my teeth bit by bit on a few short films. Of course even then I was begging, borrowing and stealing in »
Welcome horror fans to the UK debut of the June edition of Horror Bites, the Horror Channel’s monthly guide to some of the highlights coming your way in June… Yes, you did read that right folks, our good friends at the Horror Channel have let us have the exclusive UK debut of their monthly show Horror Bites.
Hosted by Emily Booth, you’ll see Horror Bites right here on Blogomatic3000 and our home of horror, Screamfest, before anywhere else!
This month Emily takes a look at some of the movies debuting on the Horror Channel in June, including the Doug Bradley starring Umbrage, cult classic Deadly Spawn, the UK TV premiere of Army of the Dead (a Ray Harryhausen-esque killer skeleton fear flick), the found-footage horror of Skew and The Black Waters of Echos Pond which stars everyone’s favourite scream queen, besides Emily of course, Danielle Harris. »
Fans of Nick Love's The Football Factory and The Business might want to check out the upcoming independent crime drama White Collar Hooligan from filmmaker Paul Tanter (writer of Brit noirs Jack Says and Jack Said and writer-director of Jack Falls), which tells story of a football casual who becomes involved in the world of credit card fraud and has to face up to the dangers that his new career brings.
The film stars Nick Nevern (The Sweeney), Simon Phillips (Kill Keith), Rita Ramnani (Umbrage: The First Vampire), Peter Barrett (How to Stop Being a Loser), Rebecca Ferdinando (X-Men: First Class), Charlie Bond (Strippers vs Werewolves), Roland Manookian (RocknRolla), Ricci Hartnett (Rise of the Footsoldier) and Billy Murray (EastEnders). Take a look at the synopsis and check out the trailer below...
"Casual football hooligan Mike Jacobs is going nowhere in life when he meets old friend Eddie Hill at a football riot. »
3 items from 2012
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