VUE Cinema West 12 Shepherds Bush Green London W12 8PP

SUNDAY 28TH - SHORT FILM SHOWCASE TWO

DISCOVERY SCREEN 1 - 10.50AM

 

 

 

FRANCOIS (World Premiere)

Director: Preston Nyman. Cast: Alex Tol, Leroy Emmett. UK 2016. 5 mins.

A young man with a love of 1950s songs must commit dark acts against his will for the benefit of a higher authority.

 

NO TOUCHING (European Premiere)

Director: Will Corona Pilgrim, Adam Davis. Cast: Zoe Bell, Doug Jones, Jake Busey. USA 2016. 13 mins.

In a shady haunted house attraction where the performers are assaulting female patrons, the tables are turned by two resourceful women.

 

THE PUPPET MAN (UK Premiere)

Director: Jacqueline Castel. Cast: Crystal Renn. Special Appearance by John Carpenter. USA 2016. 9 Mins.

A supernatural killer stalks a young woman and her friends in this reference-laden homage to 80s horror films.

 

DAWN OF THE DEAF (UK Premiere)

Director: Rob Savage. Cast: Caroline Ward, Stephen Collins. UK 2016. 12 mins.

When a sonic pulse infects the hearing population, a small group of Deaf people must band together to survive.

 

CURVE (European Premiere)

Director: Tim Egan. Cast: Laura Jane Turner. Australia 2016. 10 mins.

Clinging to a smooth, curved surface high above a sentient abyss, a woman tries to cover the few feet back to safety.

 

THE MONSTER (Preview)

Director: Bob Pipe. Cast: Rich Glover, Helen George. UK 2015. 16 mins.

He’s just trying to make a living and find love in the crazy world of monster movies. But will his greatest asset also be his downfall?

 

PEARLIES (UK Premiere)

Director: Pascal Thiebaux. Cast: Lionel Abelanski, Matthieu Clément-Lescop. Luxembourg 2015. 12 mins.

If a tooth is missing, it simply must be replaced. By any means necessary...

 

CARNAL ORIENT (UK Premiere)

Director: Mila Zuo. Cast: Akemi Look, West Liang. USA 2015. 8 mins.

A dark portrait of an underground fetish club, where the performer might have the last revenge.

 

HERE WE ARE (International Premiere)

Director: Fabien Dubois. Cast: Aladdin Serraoui, Antoine Lesimple. France 2015. 16 mins.

Two science students travel to a remote part of Iceland to test a large-scale magnetic theory. But what they encounter might have unknown ramifications.

 

 

SUNDAY 28TH - EUROPEAN PREMIERE – LET’S BE EVIL

DISCOVERY SCREEN 1 - 1.40PM

 

 

Director: Martin Owen. Cast: Kara Tointon, Isabelle Allen, Elliot James Landridge, Helene Wilson, Elizabeth Morris. USA 2016. 83 mins.

 

Refreshing the classic elements of the sci-fi thriller, making them more potent than ever, director Martin Owen’s innovative and modern twist on John Wyndham-style futurist horror gives a unique surreal sheen to an unnerving exploration of the next generation of fear. Three chaperones are hired to supervise an advanced learning programme for significantly gifted children. Part of their professional kit is Augmented Reality Glasses that allow them to totally immerse themselves in their occupational surroundings and unusual tasks. Contained within a secure underground facility, the strangeness of their work and subsequent terrifying events spiral completely out of all control.

 

 

SUNDAY 28TH - WORLD PREMIERE – EGOMANIAC

DISCOVERY SCREEN 1 - 3.55PM

 

 

Director: Kate Shenton. Cast: Nic Lamont, Adam Rhys-Davies, Laurence R. Harvey, Dan Palmer, Mark Logan. UK 2016. 75 mins.

 

Rising UK filmmaker Kate Shenton, whose eye-watering documentary ON TENDER HOOKS looked at extreme body modification, now turns her sharply observant eye on the horror film world. Director Catherine Sweeney is determined to make her zom-rom-com. But everyone keeps telling her to put a talking dog in the script if she wants success. Desperate for funding, Catherine does whatever it takes to get her passion project made in a wry and sly satire dancing between fact and fiction, focusing on the treatment of women in the film industry and how far an artist will go to get their work made.

 

 

SUNDAY 28TH - WORLD PREMIERE – CROW

DISCOVERY SCREEN 1 - 6.20PM

 

Director: Wyndham Price. Cast: Tom Rhys Harries, Nick Moran, Andrew Howard, Elen Rhys, Terence Stamp. UK 2016. 107 mins.

 

 

Crow is protector of the sacred wood. He's lived there since ruthless developer Tucker brutally scattered his tribe from the nearby farmstead. Now Tucker wants the wood too, intent on building a mansion – an ego extension of his dynastic power raging for him and his trophy wife. But Crow will defend his ancient home with his life. The battle begins, only Tucker doesn’t realise he’s contending with a boy who has the power of nature behind him. And before the day is done, Tucker will learn the real meaning of terror and see the true cost of his ambitions.

 

SUNDAY 28TH - EUROPEAN PREMIERE – BAD BLOOD: THE MOVIE

DISCOVERY SCREEN 1 - 8.50PM

 

 

Director: Tim Reis. Cast: Mary Malloy, Vikas Adam, Troy Halverson, Tom Sizemore, Brian Troxell. USA 2016. 80 mins.

 

What’s the deal with all those frogs in the gas station’s makeshift basement laboratory? A love letter to early Peter Jackson and Frank Henenlotter’s brand of dodgy biology creature features, it’s the Were-Frog horror comedy of the year. After a grisly amphibian attack leaves a college student infected with a mutational disease, the antidote to her affliction is mistaken for drugs by her evil stepfather. Locked in her bedroom without medicine, she transforms into a hideous monster eager to give everyone a taste of their own. Meanwhile an obsessive private investigator uncovers the dark truth about her spawning condition.

 

 

 

 

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