Months after a scarring event, a tight-knit group of friends are taken captive while on vacation at a cabin by a seemingly normal couple. After days of being subjected to sleep deprivation ... See full summary »
A strict father loosens up enough to let his children take a day off school for a trip to the countryside. But things turn darker when the family realize he is planning to make it their last outing ever.
Ryan Lee Driscoll
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An anthology of the 23 best short films created for the Shortcuts To Hell UK talent search competition with FrightFest, the Horror Channel and Wildseed Studios, by some of the UK's hottest ... See full summary »
The mid-70's: a timid young New Yorker leads an uneventful life until he is fatefully exposed to the pulsating rhythms of a brand-new genre of music: disco. Unable to control his murderous ... See full summary »
The Ark of the Witch is a surreal psychological mystery and step into a world where there seems to be no boundary between earth and the ancient pagan realm of the mythological underworld of... See full summary »
David G.B. Brown,
A grisly murder occurs in Maruyama-cho, Shibuya, Tokyo - a love hotel district - a woman was found dead in a derelict apartment. Kazuko (Miki Mizuno) is a police officer called to ... See full summary »
'Danny the Pincer' played by Lee Hutcheon would draw his lobster tattoo on himself before filming. His long hair is in fact his real girl friends hair extensions. See more »
Production manager Lorraine Cox's car can be spotted throughout the film - look out for the gold/green Cleo Russell uses to hide in towards the end of the movie, the car is in the movie so much it nearly got a credit and the end of the film. See more »
(c) Amy Sawers 2004
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Horror comedy movies have been given a new lease of life in recent times with Shaun of the Dead leading the way for the likes of Black Sheep & The Cottage being made with the same sense of humour in mind.
Debut director David Keith's "Attack of the Herbals" doesn't shy away from its influences, it embraces them. Strong performances from a cast of complete unknowns and a professional, well shot movie that takes the audience on a fun, thrilling and exciting journey as two friends accidentally poison their entire village by selling them 60 year old tea! The ridiculous plot only adds to the movies charm.
Look forward to seeing more from this team of Scottish film makers.
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