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‘The Snarling’ Review

Stars: Laurence Saunders, Chris Simmons, Ben Manning, Pablo Raybould, Ste Johnson, Joel Beckett, Julie Peasgood, Julia Deakin, Stephan Bessant | Written and Directed by Pablo Raybould

Werewolf movies aren’t generally the most popular sub genre of horror and there doesn’t seem to be half as many made as say, zombie movies. So when a new one is made I do like to check it out. An American Werewolf In London is arguably the most well known of the genre and probably the best to (it certainly has the best transformation scene) but Britain has produced a few other decent ones to. Most notably 2002’s Dog Soldiers and the more recent Howl. The Snarling chooses to go down a much more comedic route.

With The Snarling we see a new zombie film (it’s not quite as confusing as it might sound) being filmed in a small village. Unfortunately, the
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Movie Review – The Snarling (2018)

The Snarling, 2018.

Directed by Pablo Raybould.

Starring Laurence Saunders, Chris Simmons, Ben Manning, and Pablo Raybould.

Synopsis:

An English village is taken over by a film crew making a zombie movie. A group of locals finds a way onto the production in hopes of getting famous. The real horror begins when something starts killing locals and crew, leading an investigator and his unlucky sergeant Haskins to figure this mess out.

Nailing the perfect horror comedy is hard. Balancing the two genres and making the most of the juxtaposition is a daunting task many filmmakers have tried, but rarely nailed. For every Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil, you get plenty of Scary Movie sequels. To its credit, The Snarling manages to land right in the middle. The comedy outweighs the horror in this “horror comedy,” but the film still feels like its made with horror-filled love.

The film starts with a pretentious
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The Snarling Trailer Will Tear You to Shreds

The Snarling Trailer Will Tear You to Shreds
The Snarling is coming. And it looks pretty awesome! There's a full moon out in the first trailer for this horror comedy thriller. We've got zombies, werewolves, and one very disturbed director who just wants to finish his movie. We could be looking at a cult classic in the making.

Let's hope The Snarling lives up its trailer. There's a lot of potential for fun to be had here. We have bickering crew members on a zombie movie set, plenty of death by fangs, and one very cool looking werewolf that owes more than a little to Wolfen and The Holwing.

When Halloween's over, the party won't stop. Coming this November from Wild Eye Releasing, a bristled comedy-horror jaunt like no other. It truly is Shaun of the Dead meets An American Werewolf in London when The Snarling, from writer-director Pablo Raybould, hits Us shores.

Laurence Saunders, Chris Simmons,
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Werewolf horror-comedy The Snarling gets a trailer and poster

A new poster and trailer have arrived online for writer-director Pablo Raybould’s upcoming Werewolf horror-comedy The Snarling which stars Laurence Saunders, Chris Simmons, and Ben Manning; check them out here…

“A sleepy English village is invaded by the cast and crew of a new zombie horror film, but the horror turns real when someone or something starts tearing villagers, cast and crew to shreds.”

The Snarling is set for release this November.

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Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: Raybould & Manning on ‘The Snarling’

Following the showing of The Snarling at Horror-on-Sea I got a chance to talk with writer and director Pablo Raybould and producer Ben Manning about the screening of The Snarling, the impending DVD release and the planned sequel The Last Twitch.

Photo courtesy of J.Douglas Imagery

You had The Snarling premiere at Horror-on-Sea how do you think it went?

Ben – Really well, we are really pleased

Pablo – It was nearly a full house as well

Ben – I think it was a mix of a few people who had seen it previously and then a lot of people who were seeing it for the first time which was great. What was nice, before that we had a few people saying that had been told about it and told to look forward to it, so it was nice that there was a bit of expectation there

Pablo – What was also nice,
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Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: Laurence Saunders talks ‘The Snarling’

The Snarling is new horror comedy from Director Pablo Raybould and Producer Ben Manning, which debuted at the Horror-on-Sea Film Festival on Saturday 20th January. The screening was the official launch of The Snarling (and screening of the final release version). I got chance to talk with actor Laurence Saunders a few questions about what we can expect from The Snarling, the characters he plays and how he prepared for the role.

What can we expect from The Snarling?

A lot of laughs. It’s a comedy horror. One review said The Snarling was “laugh a second,” which is quite a lot of laughs. I’m not sure if it’s technically possible to achieve a laugh a second, it might be dangerous and lead to deaths in the audience. I guess we’d prefer it if the deaths remained on screen.There are scary moments too. Things that’ll make you jump.
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Horror-on-Sea 2018 Interview: Pablo Raybould & Ben Manning – ‘The Snarling’

The Snarling is new horror comedy from director Pablo Raybould and producer Ben Manning, which has been selected to play at the Horror-on-Sea Film Festival on Saturday 20th January. This will be the official launch of The Snarling (and screening of the release version).

I got chance to ask a few questions about why they decided to write a horror comedy, working several jobs on a small budget production and Easter eggs in the film.

What can we expect from the film?

Pablo: Well, firstly, it has its pre-launch special screening at Horror-on-Sea Film Festival on January 20th at the Park Inn in Southend and this is where the whole thing began. So, what can you expect well… so many things. Comedy – first and foremost. There are also lots of same genre film references in there for those that get them. A good balance of comedy and suspense coupled with some great,
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