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cherry tree lane 'vs' Christopher Roth

Post by bernal316 » Sat Aug 21, 2010 4:36 pm

Im only at the event sat and sunday and straight away im faced with a potentaily awkward choice! Im keen on seeing both cherry tree lane AND Christopher Roth but they are both on at the same bloody time!!! So which one do i pick????? Any thoughts?

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cherry tree lane 'vs' Christopher Roth

Post by daveroughcut » Sat Aug 21, 2010 10:55 pm

Cherry Tree lane will be in selected screens the week after and then DVD a week after that so you will see it. No idea if Rotten has distro.

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Re: cherry tree lane 'vs' Christopher Roth

Post by Pukka » Sun Aug 22, 2010 11:43 am

Spoilers, well maybe.. :)

I'm torn between these two too. Are you sure Cherry Tree Lane is on dvd a week after it's cinema run? I'm swinging towards this one, although some are saying it's not so good, the off screen violence is a bit off putting to be honest. Can anyone who has seen it confirm that I'm right if I say when the woman is dragged upstairs to be...err whatever.. that this turns out to be a twist and that she actually turned the tables on her attackers, which I guess isn't shown. :)

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cherry tree lane 'vs' Christopher Roth

Post by daveroughcut » Sun Aug 22, 2010 11:55 am

In the official trailer and in the distributors website it is confirmed as cinema Sept 3rd and DVD Sept 13th. It's a movie I've been looking forward to since the director introduced The Cottage at Glasgow. I'm all about Brit horror.

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Post by streetrw » Sun Aug 22, 2010 11:56 am

Well, I hated The Cottage. But I'm planning on seeing Christoper Roth on the Monday rather than Red White And Blue.
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cherry tree lane 'vs' Christopher Roth

Post by daveroughcut » Sun Aug 22, 2010 1:36 pm

Good plan don't fancy Red, White and Blue at all.

Splintered is also getting release to cinema and DVD on the same dates.

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Re: cherry tree lane 'vs' Christopher Roth

Post by Pukka » Sun Aug 22, 2010 5:21 pm

Yeah, Red White & Blue, not too sure about that either... :)

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Re: cherry tree lane 'vs' Christopher Roth

Post by bernal316 » Sun Aug 22, 2010 8:00 pm

French horror is always far superior to British horror! Its a sweeping generalisation but some of the best films ive ever seen are french, The ordeal, Fronitiers, Matyrs not to mention the celluiod genius that is Switchblade romance :twisted:

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Post by kimblebee » Sun Aug 22, 2010 8:06 pm

I loved Red, White and Blue - I'd definitely recommend it; very chilling and disturbing and set in Texas, so doesn't have a British-made film feel to it...

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Re: cherry tree lane 'vs' Christopher Roth

Post by EvilAsh » Mon Aug 23, 2010 3:31 pm

Go see Christopher Roth. Cherry Tree Lane is dull.

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Re: cherry tree lane 'vs' Christopher Roth

Post by iateabee » Mon Aug 23, 2010 5:29 pm

I'm trying to avoid trailers or spoilers (which is making it tricky to choose the films!) but if Noah Taylor's starring in Red White & Blue, it's a lock-in. He's a brilliant, under-rated actor, and I've been waiting for him to get another lead role.

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Re: cherry tree lane 'vs' Christopher Roth

Post by soulmining » Mon Aug 23, 2010 11:47 pm

I'd also recommend seeing Red, White & Blue... although I'll admit it will probably be an audience splitter. I believe Noah Taylor might be along for the screening on Monday too - he currently lives down in Brighton (well, Hove actually...)!
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cherry tree lane 'vs' Christopher Roth

Post by daveroughcut » Tue Aug 24, 2010 6:29 am

bernal316 wrote:French horror is always far superior to British horror! Its a sweeping generalisation but some of the best films ive ever seen are french, The ordeal, Fronitiers, Matyrs not to mention the celluiod genius that is Switchblade romance :twisted:
No doubt that was not my statement only that I support Brit horror as well. And please don't use that shitty alternative British distribution name, it's Haute Tension or High Tension please.

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Re: cherry tree lane 'vs' Christopher Roth

Post by bernal316 » Tue Aug 24, 2010 1:20 pm

Your right my man! Haute Tension is indeed the true number of the beast. I do support all horror regardless of its origin.

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