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Grimmfest 2014: Opening Night Gala Lineup Includes Let Us Prey and Suburban Gothic

Grimmfest 2014 takes place in Manchester, England, from the 2nd-5th October, and the opening night lineup has been announced. It includes two bloody fantastic features, an exclusive short film premiere, and some great special guests.

This year’s Grimmfest Opening Night will be headlined by the English Premiere of Brian O’Malley’s Scottish/Irish horror Let Us Prey starring Liam Cunningham ("Game of Thrones") and Pollyanna McIntosh (The Woman).

Synopsis:

We join Rachel (McIntosh), a rookie cop, as she is about to begin her first nightshift in a neglected police station in a Scottish backwater town... the kind of place where the tide has gone out and stranded a motley bunch of the aimless, the forgotten, the bitter-and-twisted who all think that, really, they deserve to be somewhere else. They all think they’re there by accident and that, with a little luck, life is going to get better.
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Opening night of Grimmfest announced

Now that Film4 FrightFest is over for another year (read all our reviews here), horror fans can look forward to Grimmfest, which will run in Manchester, England from October 2nd – October 5th. And now we know which films will be shown on their opening night gala!

Here’s the press release and the films being shown:

This year’s Grimmfest Opening Night will be headlined by the English Premiere of Brian O’Malley’s Scottish/Irish Horror Let Us Prey starring Liam Cunningham (Game of Thrones) & Pollyanna McIntosh (The Woman).

“We join Rachel (Pollyanna McIntosh), a rookie cop, as she is about to begin her first nightshift in a neglected police station in a Scottish, backwater town. The kind of place where the tide has gone out and stranded a motley bunch of the aimless, the forgotten, the bitter-and-twisted who all think that, really, they deserve to be somewhere else.
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‘The Anomaly’ Review

  • Nerdly
Stars: Noel Clarke, Ian Somerhalder, Luke Hemsworth, Brian Cox, Alexis Knapp, Niall Greig Fulton, Michael Bisping, Ali Cook, Art Parkinson, Reuben Dabrow, Victoria Broom | Written by Simon Lewis | Directed by Noel Clarke

Review by Andrew McArthur

Noel Clarke‘s third directorial feature sees him in front of the cameras once again in science-fiction action piece, The Anomaly.

Set in the future, a former-soldier Ryan (Clarke) wakes up holding a young boy captive, with no memory of how he got there. After nine minutes forty-seven seconds, he blacks out waking up several days later in a new location with a mysterious figure (Ian Somerhalder), until blacking out again. In these brief moments of consciousness it is up to Ryan to piece together his surroundings, until he gradually discovers a wider conspiracy featuring bio-technology and mind control.

The Anomaly is reminiscent of these late eighties/early nineties sci-fi actioners like Timecop and Demolition Man.
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Zomedy Stalled Ditches the Toilet and Goes VOD

Stalled is a horror comedy about a janitor that gets trapped in a womens restroom and encounters an allout attack by a hoard of zombies. The film will have a limited theatrical release beginning October 3 2013 and will be available on VOD starting October 3 2012. Stalled is directed by Christian James Produced by Richard James Kerrigan and Written by Dan Palmer. It stars Palmer (Freak Out) Tamaryn Payne (Hollyoaks) Antonia Bernath (Elvis St.Trinians) Mark Holden (Final Destination XFiles) Victoria Broom (Dead Cert) Giles Alderson (Damned Utd Harsh Light Of Day) and Chris R. Wright (Faintheart Small Town Folk). Synopsis Its Christmas Eve and a soon to be shitcanned maintenance gopher (Dan Palmer) is changing
See full article at Best-Horror-Movies.com »

Toilet Humour Shared on New Stalled Poster

The latest comic horror venture from 'Freak Out' creators Christian James ('Kill Keith') and Dan Palmer ('Evil Aliens') is new British zombie flick 'Stalled'. The project will be hitting the Us courtesy of Uncork'd Entertainment and Odin's Eye this coming October where it'll be receiving a limited theatrical run. Which will in turn follow up with a home release during November. Exact dates are still to be nailed down but in the meantime the movie has managed to piggy-back onto another zombie movie that is enjoying success at the box office currently. The new teaser poster manages to parody and take a literal massive sh#t on the artwork of 'World War Z'. Antonia Bernath ('St Trinians', 'Lykke'), Dan Palmer, Tamaryn Payne ('Hollyoaks'), Mark Holden, Giles Alderson ('The Harsh Light of Day'), Victoria Broom, Mark Kelly and Victoria Eldon all star.
See full article at Horror Asylum »

Morning Brew - Fri. Feb. 1: Olivia Thirlby in a new Target campaign, another "Real Housewife" on her lesbian experiences

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Good morning! A big thanks to Heather Hogan for taking care of the Brew this past week. I had so much to catch up on!

Bisexual actress Olivia Thirlby is the gorgeous face of Target's new collection from Prabal Gurung. Stunning!

Another day, another Real Housewife having bisexual experiences. Brandi Glanville writes about hers in a new "memoir":

On occasion I would hook up with girlfriends, so that my husband could watch. (Sometimes the girl had a boyfriend and husband, too, who also seemed to enjoy the show.) It was harmless and Eddie seemed to appreciate it, because without fail, it would lead to some pretty hot sex afterward.

Don't worry, though. She never had Sex with any of the women — just "made out with them and grabbed their asses." I will not be reading this.

Julianne Moore
See full article at AfterEllen.com »

British Zomedy Stalled Craps Out a Brand New Teaser Trailer

The new teaser trailer for British toilet-based zomedy horror 'Stalled' is here and so its time to get scared shitless! The project comes from 'Freak Out' creators Christian James ('Kill Keith') and Dan Palmer ('Evil Aliens') who direct and write the new undead horror respectively. Palmer takes the lead role as W.C. the office maintenance guy whose Christmas plans soon take a back burner when he gets trapped inside a restroom and faces an apocalyptic zombie outbreak. The gorgeous Antonia Bernath ('St Trinians', 'Lykke') co-stars along with Tamaryn Payne ('Hollyoaks'), Mark Holden, Giles Alderson ('The Harsh Light of Day'), Victoria Broom, Mark Kelly and Victoria Eldon. Check out the new trailer below....
See full article at Horror Asylum »

Fresh British Zombie Comedy Stalled Excretes a Bloody New One-Sheet

Back in 2004 a new British comedy horror flick arrived out of nowhere and landed our desks. The parody-esque slasher feature was called 'Freak Out' and was a great little low-budget production which kept our team chuckling away. Now 8 years on Brit duo Christian James and Dan Palmer are back with their new comedy horror effort 'Stalled'. It's Christmas time zombies, with guaranteed toilet humour all the way and we have caught an early glimpse at the new bloody one-sheet from the project. James helms from a script penned by Dan Palmer who also stars as the suitably named maintenance man W.C. Antonia Bernath ('Lykke'), Tamaryn Payne ('Hollyoaks'), Mark Holden, Giles Alderson, Victoria Broom, Mark Kelly and Victoria Eldon all co-star. Check out the plot into and fresh new one-sheet below....
See full article at Horror Asylum »

Exclusive: First Look at ‘Deranged’ in New Trailer & Posters

  • HeyUGuys
Here’s the first look at brand new British Inide movie called Deranged. It comes to us from EnMar Productions in what is their first feature film alongside Templeheart Films who Co-Produced it. The film was shot in Spain and as you’ll see from the trailer features some beautiful scenery right up until it turns rather more dark and then that scenery is the least of your worries!

Deranged is directed by Neil Jones, written by Oscar Carrión and stars Craig Fairbrass (Cliffhanger, Rise of the Footsoldier and Eastenders!), Marcia Do Vales (The Reverend), Natalia Celino, Victoria Broom, Tabby Quitman and Pablo Olewski.

Synopsis: Four girls go on a bachelorette party weekend to a country house, in rural Spain. Little did they know what someone had planned for them. The sweet party turns sour when the host is mysteriously attacked and one by one, the guests must fend off an unknown assailant.
See full article at HeyUGuys »

British Horror Film Fest 2011 announces Winners

The British Horror Film Festival has come to a close for its second year and what a festival it was! Plenty of famous faces turned up for the premieres, including:

Tamer Hassan (The Football Factory)

Gary Kemp (The Bodyguard)

Martin Kemp (The Krays)

Brooke Kinsella (Eastenders)

Stuart Brennan (Risen)

Shane Richie (Eastenders)

Kierston Wareing (Rise of the Footsoldier)

Barbara Nedeljakova (Hostel)

Sebastian Street (Age of Heroes)

Billy Murray (The Bill)

Zara Phythian (Underground)

Victoria Broom (Deranged)

Ben Loyd Holmes (The Hike)

and many more!

The screenings went down well in Bournemouth and Leicester Square, where the line… More
See full article at Horror News »

The Reverend Director Gets A Deranged Awesome Foursome Of Horror Hotties

EnMar Productions and Templeheart Films have been collaborating on a new Anglo-Spanish horror flick from 'The Reverend' helmer Neil Jones. The project called 'Deranged' has just finished shooting in Madrid, Spain and looks like it has a lot going for it! Particularly as the awesome foursome of hotties below are the movie's main stars. The quality quad includes (from left to right) Tabby Quitman ('The Reverend'), Marcia Do Vales ('The Reverend'), Natalia Celino ('Umbrage: The First Vampire') and Victoria Broom ('Dead Cert') all tooled up on a bachelorette party that goes awry when they find theirselves having to defend themselves against a mysterious killer. The flick co-stars 'Devil's Playground' and 'White Noise 2: The Light' actor Craig Fairbrass, who are English readers may know better as Dan Sullivan from 'Eastenders'. Check out the hotties below. Four girls go on a
See full article at Horror Asylum »

Zombie Women of Satan (2009) - Review by Fred [The Wolf]

  • FilmArcade.net
Directed BYSteve O'BrienWarren SpeedSTARRINGSeymour Mace - Johnny Hellfire Warren Speed - Pervo the ClownVictoria Hopkins - Skye Brannigan Victoria Broom - Rachel Brannigan Marysia Kay - Red Zander Peter Bonner - Zeus Kate Soulsby - Harmony Starr Bill Fellows - Henry Zander Gillian Settle - Blue Zander Christian Steel - Tycho ZanderGenre - Horror/Comedy/Zombies/IndieRunning Time - 85 MinutesHave
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More Dead Cert photos, Asphyx remake comments

  • Fangoria
More Dead Cert photos, Asphyx remake comments
The exclusive pics from the UK vampire movie Dead Cert just keep coming; producer Jonathan Sothcott sent over some more, which you can check out below. He also gave us a few words and the first poster for another upcoming project: a remake of the 1972 cult chiller The Asphyx.

“We are just going into our fourth week of production on Dead Cert, and are now based in a studio in Essex,” Sothcott tells Fango. “Next week we start all the wirework for the mother of all vampire battles. Our gang of vamps looks amazing—Billy Murray as Dante has this amazing, dangerous stillness and so much dignity. Dave Legeno [the villain from The Cottage] is an absolute powerhouse, and Andy Tiernan is just hypnotic on screen.”

Dead Cert, which we last covered here, is being directed by Steven Lawson and also stars Craig Fairbrass and Steven Berkoff. “We have some incredibly gorgeous girls in this film too: Lisa McAllister,
See full article at Fangoria »

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