Sam Stuart (Mason) battles with depression and alcohol addiction. He is trying to hold down his job as a night-time radio presenter. He is also in love with Emily (Marshall) but is afraid to show his feelings in case of where this will lead. Along with some others they are members of a modern day vampire clan. Having evolved to tolerate daylight they remain vulnerable to attack if their cover is blown. Haunted by guilt from the past atrocities and coping with some very human interpersonal issues they are keen to integrate into society. However a mysterious new manager takes over at the radio station followed closely by government agents who hunt down vampires. This dark comedy handles real world themes in a supernatural way and the outcome of where this leads will keep you guessing until the end.
Did You Know?
Dead Frequency was first screened India soon after its completion having received Official Selection at the Stepping Stone Film Festival in the fall of 2010. It was then taken on by and received A further theatrical screening in the North East of England at Cineworld in 2011. Since then it has been screened at intervals by Viva TV (Europe). In September 2012 it was further screened in London after receiving Official Selection at the Portobello Film Festival. Dead Frequency was first seen on video-on-demand in the USA before being taken onto the USA's Amazon Prime in Spring 2015. It is also on release in many countries (including it's native UK) on Google Play, but as with all the Solarus films it's main following has been in the USA. See more
Written by Rob Burrows
and Neil Gutteridge
Performed by Corrinna Townsley See more