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Weaverfish (2013)

Not Rated | | Drama, Horror, Romance | 9 October 2013 (UK)
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After spending the night partying at a condemned river creek, the atmosphere is soon lost for quiet teenager Reece and his friends. Headaches and heartaches give way to a terrifying race back to civilisation as a grossly disfiguring virus takes hold on the most vulnerable.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Shane O'Meara ... Reece Buckmaster
... Charlotte Menary
... Matt Devlin
Jessie Morell ... Abigail Hern
... Mike Eagle
Ripeka Templeton ... Shannon Buckmaster
... Gavin Newbury
Jeannine Simone ... Jo Richardson
Chloe Williams ... Kayleigh Swan
Dusty Rhodes ... Chris Hawks
James Banning ... Himself
Seb Golby-Kirk ... Reece - Aged 7
Verity Marlow ... Charlotte - Aged 7
Lesley Veal ... Angela Buckmaster
Mark Cooney ... Jogger
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After spending the night partying at a condemned river creek, the atmosphere is soon lost for quiet teenager Reece and his friends. Headaches and heartaches give way to a terrifying race back to civilisation as a grossly disfiguring virus takes hold on the most vulnerable.

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Weaverfish was written to be shot in the location of Hamble-le-rice in Southampton, UK. See more »

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When Reece, Shannon, Charlotte, Matt, Mike and Abigail are sat under the tree arguing over the cause of their upset stomachs, a crew shadow can be seen moving in the bottom right hand corner of the screen. See more »

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Mike Eagle: What the fuck are they doing?
Matt Devlin: I dunno, probably chatting, doing their make up, shaving their fannies?
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References City of God (2002) See more »

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Good film but with terrible music
5 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

I really didn't know what to expect when I watched this film, but I was quite impressed, good acting, good storyline, the only bad thing about this movie is the music, throughout the film the backing music seems to have been written and performed by a child, or someone with no musical talent whatsoever. The music is so bad it lets the film down hugely and at times you simply wish there was none at all, it would be better without the childish soundtrack composed by Daniel Baker. I can only assume that Mr. Baker must have been a very close friend of the producer, or had some financial input towards the production, there's no other explanation as to why he was allowed to ruin this otherwise plausible movie with such terrible backing tracks. In my opinion the film should be re-edited and released with a decent sound track, it would boost the film from a 4/10 to a 7 or 8/10. Good film, rubbish music.


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