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Blood

Blood

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This intense psychological noir drama is an acting tour de force. Emmett J Scanlan plays the troubled young Guy, who reaches out to his oldest friend after the mysterious death of Guy’s younger sister. A visit to support a grieving friend soon takes a sinister twist as some very dark secrets about the siblings’ relationship come to light.

Don't You Recognize Me

Don’t You Recognize Me

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Tony (Matthew Toman) is a documentary filmmaker who’s always on the lookout for interesting subjects, especially people who haven’t had things go so well in life. Following an online appeal for fresh subjects, Tony has been contacted by young man K (Jason Sherlock) – a loose cannon who lives in a rundown Dublin project. Along with cameraman Jamie and sound recorder Louise, Tony sets off by car to meet K and film the first of a projected reality series entitled A Day in the Life Of. The neighborhood is unwelcoming, but Tony and his small crew seem somewhat more at ease upon meeting the affable K. He leads them into his flat and introduces them to his meathead pal Nathan and his demure girlfriend. A few moments later he takes Tony to a flat two doors down and … introduces him to his other girlfriend! The tone shifts when Tony quizzes K about his upbringing. We learn that K’s dad was a locally renowned criminal, respected and feared by many up until his death by shooting. K has since taken on his absent role to some extent, especially since the more recent murder of one of his brothers – something he still grieves over. Following K and Nathan as they go about their business around the flats, Tony and friends quickly become aware of shady goings-on: K pinning a lad against a wall and demanding money, for example. A rogue, certainly – and perhaps not such a harmless one after all. Nervous now, the filmmakers continue to follow K and Nathan, who promise a nice little surprise for their visitors. They take them to a warehouse and introduce K’s big brother, the decidedly dubious Daz (Darren Travers) and a small group of miscreants including Goth chick Zoe who has a video camera of her own. Daz explains that, when they heard someone was going to make a documentary about K, they thought they’d help out and film events from another angle. Things are getting weird for Tony, but they will soon get much worse! The intense mood soon turns shockingly violent.

Edge-of-the-seat terrifying. Defies preconceptions on almost every level. A powerhouse of brutality, tension and amazing acting. 9/10. –Starburst Magazine

Intelligent, muscular, keenly shot, lean, brilliantly acted with almost unbearable tension which never let’s up. 10/10 –THE NEW FLESH: 21st CENTURY HORROR

The ‘real’ in Reality TV comes back to bite the medium. It is the quality of the story and the compassion for the characters that arises out of despair but does not hinder the level of both malevolence and banality of evil that are present. –Indie Horror Films

Feed The Light

Feed The Light

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From producer/director/co-writer Henrik Möller comes a new landmark in underground Swedish horror, inspired by equal parts H.P. Lovecraft, David Lynch, and something far more disturbing: When her daughter is abducted by her ex-husband, a young mother will track the missing child and its father to a mysterious institution. But once inside, she will find herself trapped in a hallucinatory netherworld where reality turns amorphous, survival becomes parasitic, and an infested darkness lives and feeds in the light.

“It teeters between bad dreams and outright nightmares”, raves ScreenAnarchy.com. “Armed with a tiny budget and a whole lot of talent, Möller has made himself quite a splash with his award-winning debut feature.”

“A HYPNOTIC, DREAMY EXPERIENCE… It’s impossible to avoid comparisons with ERASERHEAD.” —Twitch

“INTRIGUING ORIGINALITY… Henrik Möller is a bigger hope for Swedish horror than most filmmakers right now.” —FilmBizarro.com

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