The trailer for David Woods’ directorial debut, Till Sunset, is now available online. Starring Shane Sweeney, Heather Darcy and Frank Jakeman the horror film will be released later on this year. The trailer can be found here
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The trailer for Ian Fielding’s Wilby Park has hit the internet. Starring Claire Conroy, Laura Evelyn, Jessica Stanley and Samantha Roberts the film will be released in July.
You can read an interview with Ian here
Jack Said, the sequel to the 2008 film, Jack Says, will soon be arriving on DVD. Directed by Lee Basannaver and Michael Tchoubouroff the film stars Simon Phillips, and Danny Dyer. The film will be available from all good retailers and will be hitting the shelves October 5.
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Reckoning Day, the debut feature from Julian Gilbey (who has since directed Rollin’ with the Nines and Rise of the Footsoldier) will be released on DVD on September 14. The low budget British action film stars Roman Karpynec, Saul Linklater, Dominic Alan-Smith and Kevin Farran and from watching the trailer above looks pretty cool. The film will be available at all reputable retailers including Amazon UK and stay tuned to IndieFlicks for our review of the film.
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IndieFlicks is very happy to learn that Blood + Roses, the debut feature from Simon Aitken, is finished and ready for release. The horror follows Jane, a young woman who spends the night with a vampire, Seth - an action that has unforeseen repercussions and leaves her with a dangerous choice. Starring Marysia Kay and Benjamin Green, the film will hopefully be hitting screens towards the end of the year. Stay tuned to IndieFlicks for an interview with the filmmakers and for more information on Blood + Roses please visit the official website - click
The trailer for Matthew Dixon’s first feature film, Elemental Storage, is now online. Starring Alix Wilton Regan,Jack Klaff, Ali Kemp and Giles Alderson the film follows Alice Hargrave as she looks to discover the real reasons behind her mothers suicide.
Strigoi is the British Comedy from director Faye Jackson. Based on the Romanian mythology, the film stars Constantin Barbulescu, Camelia Maxim, Catalin Paraschiv , Dan Popa and Rudi Rosenfeld. Look out for an interview in the coming weeks.