FINAL CUT

 

ARROW SCREEN 26 AUGUST 8.30 PM

SHUDDER SCREEN 26 AUGUST 9.00 PM

Director: Michael Hazanavicius.
With: Romain Duris, Berenice Bejo,
Finnegan Oldfield, Gregory Gadebois.

France 2022. 111 mins.

 

UK PREMIERE - In 2017, ONE CUT OF THE DEAD caused a FrightFest cult sensation. Now, after opening the Cannes Film Festival, the critically acclaimed French remake by Michael Hazanavicius, director of the Oscar-winning THE ARTIST, takes us back to its inception and shows all the gory tricks of the Z-movie trade needed to get it on screen in the first place. It’s the silly, excessive and cheery meta-zombie movie of the year that’s a feel-good over-the-top riot.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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UK PREMIERE - In 2017, ONE CUT OF THE DEAD caused a FrightFest cult sensation. Now, after opening the Cannes Film Festival, the critically acclaimed French remake by Michael Hazanavicius, director of the Oscar-winning THE ARTIST, takes us back to its inception and shows all the gory tricks of the Z-movie trade needed to get it on screen in the first place. It’s the silly, excessive and cheery meta-zombie movie of the year that’s a feel-good over-the-top riot.

 

 

ARROW SCREEN 26 AUGUST 8.30 PM

SHUDDER SCREEN 26 AUGUST 9.00 PM

UK PREMIERE - In 2017, ONE CUT OF THE DEAD caused a FrightFest cult sensation. Now, after opening the Cannes Film Festival, the critically acclaimed French remake by Michael Hazanavicius, director of the Oscar-winning THE ARTIST, takes us back to its inception and shows all the gory tricks of the Z-movie trade needed to get it on screen in the first place. It’s the silly, excessive and cheery meta-zombie movie of the year that’s a feel-good over-the-top riot.

 

 

FINAL CUT

 

ARROW SCREEN 26 AUG 8.30 PM

SHUDDER SCREEN 26 AUG 9.00 PM

Director: Michael Hazanavicius.

With: Romain Duris, Berenice Bejo, Finnegan Oldfield, Gregory Gadebois.

 

France 2022. 111 mins.

 

UK PREMIERE - In 2017, ONE CUT OF THE DEAD caused a FrightFest cult sensation. Now, after opening the Cannes Film Festival, the critically acclaimed French remake by Michael Hazanavicius, director of the Oscar-winning THE ARTIST, takes us back to its inception and shows all the gory tricks of the Z-movie trade needed to get it on screen in the first place. It’s the silly, excessive and cheery meta-zombie movie of the year that’s a feel-good over-the-top riot.