Tuesday 4 March 2014

In Fear screening and director Q&A, 10th March, to promote DVD

Press release:

In Fear releases on DVD & Blu-ray 10th March 2014 and to celebrate, StudioCanal (in partnership with Total Film magazine) is hosting a special screening event at The Prince Charles Cinema.

Fans have one last chance to watch this tense psychological horror on the big screen, taking place at 6.30pm on Monday 10th March, and will also be treated to an exclusive Q&A with the Director Jeremy Lovering – hosted by Total Film’s Editor-at-Large Jamie Graham.

The film stars Iain De Caestecker (Filth) and Alice Englert (Beautiful Creatures) as a young couple fighting to make it through the night when they find themselves trapped in a maze of country roads.

With only their vehicle for protection, Tom (De Caestecker) and Lucy (Englert) become terrorised by an unseen tormentor hell-bent on exploiting their worst fears. Driving, lost and tormented in the night, primal fears of the dark and the unknown give way to fear that you have let the evil in, or that it is already there.

Also starring Allen Leech (Downton Abbey), IN FEAR is directed by Jeremy Lovering (Sherlock) and produced by Nira Park (Shaun of the Dead, The World’s End, Sightseers).

Tickets are limited – so to get yours visit The Prince Charles Cinema website.

Death on DVD

Here's director Martin Gooch enjoying the moment every film-maker is working towards - seeing his movie on the shelf at HMV.

Death (aka After Death) was shot three years ago, had a VOD release in June 2012 and finally became available on a shiny disc yesterday, courtesy of a distributor called Three Wolves Ltd.

Synopsis: "Following the death of their Dad, four brothers and sisters return to the family home after many years to face each other, face facts and face the future. But what do they know of the past? Frankenstein meets The Others. An indie film for lovers of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Amelie, Truly Madly Deeply and lovers of all that is Gothic."

Death stars the incomparable Leslie Phillips (who narrated Gooch's legendary short Arthur's Amazing Things), Ben Shockley (Bloodmyth, Ten Dead Men, Left for Dead), Nick Moran (Puritan, Harry Potter 7 and 8), David Wayman (Art House Massacre, Nazi Zombie Death Tales, The Dead Inside) and of course Miss Emily Booth (who was also in Arthur's Amazing Things).