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The Mothertown (2014)

Follows four groups of people during a zombie outbreak.

Director:

John Williams

Writer:

John Williams
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Cast

Credited cast:
Steve Larner Steve Larner ... Father Tea and Gimp
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Daniel Alexander Daniel Alexander ... Ronnie
Pete Bennett Pete Bennett ... Reporter
Richard Douglas Richard Douglas ... Zombie Victim
Gary Edwards Gary Edwards ... Steven
Sophie Elsby Sophie Elsby ... Stacey
Craig Gallimore Craig Gallimore ... James
Pete Gallimore Pete Gallimore ... Zombie
Nick Hancock Nick Hancock ... Himself
Maura Judges Maura Judges ... Mary Edgar
Dan Lewis-Dayle Dan Lewis-Dayle ... Zombie
Colin Murtagh ... Zombie
Mark Rathbone Mark Rathbone ... Pub weirdo
Adam Southwick ... Additional Zombie
John Symes John Symes ... Zombie Doctor
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Follows four groups of people during a zombie outbreak.

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zombie | black comedy | monkfish | See All (3) »

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Comedy | Horror

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 December 2014 (UK) See more »

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Budget:

£1,000 (estimated)
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Color
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Made with a total budget of £500 See more »

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Blood, Snot & Oatcakes
23 December 2014 | by Mr_FrontispieceSee all my reviews

Had the pleasure of being present for the premier of 'The Mothertown' amongst many of the cast and crew. Not involved myself, but I've had a keen eye on its production from the initial fund-raising appeal to get it up and running.

For a tiny budget, John Williams (director, writer, actor etc etc) has produced a cracking film. Where it suffers a bit from a technical point of view, it gets back in its wit and invention. Laugh out loud moments and gore are a plenty as the story follows various groups of (for the time being) survivors as they struggle to deal with the sudden zombie outbreak in Stoke On Trent. Think of Peter Jackson's early efforts and you will be on the right track.

Look out for an utterly bananas performance from Big Brother's Pete Bennett and a memorable 'extended cameo' from television's Nick Hancock

Track it down if you can.


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