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Outcast (2010)

R | | Horror | 10 December 2010 (UK)
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It tells the tale of Petronella (a Scottish/Romany girl) and Fergal (her mysterious Irish traveller boyfriend). As their doomed relationship plays out, a Beast stalks the estate, killing ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Mary
Niall Bruton ... Fergal
... Petronella
Josh Whitelaw ... Tomatsk
Therese Bradley ... Jitta
... Cathal
... Liam
Sean McCarthy ... Old Hands
Fiona O'Shaughnessy ... Niamh
... Housing Officer
... Ally
Andrew Martin ... James
... Sadie (as Chelsea Matthews)
... Paul (as Daniel Porter)
... Barmaid (as Wendy Wasson)
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It tells the tale of Petronella (a Scottish/Romany girl) and Fergal (her mysterious Irish traveller boyfriend). As their doomed relationship plays out, a Beast stalks the estate, killing locals, working its way towards our protagonists. Meanwhile Cathal and Liam, two mysterious travellers from Ireland use ritual and magic on a blood hunt. Mary, Fergal's mother performs ritual and magic of her own. As Cathal comes face to face with Mary in a vicious finale we know one thing: the Beast must die. Written by Anonymous

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Evil Runs In The Blood See more »

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Rated R for strong bloody violence and gore, sexuality, graphic nudity and language | See all certifications »

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One or two smaller roles were offered to hired extras, such as Christopher Downie (Police Officer #1), as a way to stay on budget. See more »

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One of the better 'horror' movies out there recently
21 January 2011 | by See all my reviews

First off, I don't understand why some people were so critical of this film. Having watched countless terrible so called movies from the horror genre this last year, very few could hold my attention. Yes, I will agree, it started of a wee bit slow, and yes at times you didn't know who to like more, the hunters or the hunted. Personally I thought this was quite refreshing. The setting was wonderful for an ex-pat Scot like myself, it's a pity more movies aren't made in Scotland. Of course there are parallels with Let me in, but the whole gypsy/druidic slant was nice and the acting on the whole was more than adequate and a lot better than low budget American movies where recently the actors seem to be hitting all time new lows in believability or likability. I thought this film kept my interest right up to the end, the ending wasn't as predictable as people make out, as the director really did paint quite a ambiguous slant to the main protagonist (or was that protagonists?). Anyway, for all fans of Edinburgh and people who want more from a horror movie than just another slasher psycho you should come away with few disappointments. Serious thrills are few, so I might well put this more in a supernatural category rather than horror. I think the problem with recent horror is it's hard to top the excesses of Saw and few have the storytelling genius of a director like Guillermo Del Toro to eke out a superb horror without an excess of gore. To sum up, a good attempt at a Scottish LET ME IN, not incredible but compared with recent dross a must see for horror fans who are waiting in vain for another great film like The Shining.


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