Three British movies to add to your DVD collections this week, two horror movies and a made for TV drama. All Three films are detailed below, we have only seen one of the movies, Hush and although worth checking out it is a bit far fetched and will have you screaming at the screen ”what the hell are you doing !!” about the lead character Zakes, over and over again.
You can get more of an idea about each movie by clicking on the films title (The trailer for The Dead Outside scared me silly!) as we have added all three films to our British movie library, as well as making them available in our online store.
Clapham Junction – Is a British TV movie form 2007 spanning the period of 36 hours in the lives of a number of gay men in Clapham Junction , South London. Inspired by true events the paths of several men intersect during a dramatic 36 hours which changes their lives forever. After another man falls victim to a violent gay-bashing incident, the homosexual community of Clapham Junction comes together to bring the assailants to justice. Starring Rachael Blake and Rupert Graves.
Hush – Tired and irritable, Zakes (Will Ash) and Beth (Christine Bottomley) drive home along the M1, a familiar journey full of harshly lit service stations and bad coffee. When a white truck narrowly avoids hitting them, its back doors open to reveal a woman terrified and screaming caged up inside. Unsure if what he has seen is real, Zakes calls the police but drives on. Beth is furious that he hasn’t done more to help and at the next petrol station storms off. When she doesn’t return, Zakes slowly realises that she too has been snatched by the white truck driver and is forced into a vicious game of cat and mouse with a ruthless killer who has terrifying plans for his human cargo.
The Dead Outside - In the stark aftermath of a neurological pandemic, two strangers come together on an isolated Scottish farm. April, a 16 year old survivor with a dark past has survived alone for months. Daniel, a man bereaved, clings desperately on to hope of life in the outside world. Questioning his own sanity in the face of the maddened and distant cries of the suffering, he finds that the true enemy isn’t the virus, but something much closer to home. The Dead Outside is an indie horror/thriller and the debut feature from Scottish music video director Kerry Anne Mullaney.
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