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Featuring The Sweeney remake, new action blockbuster-in-waiting Looper and a feast of horror flicks for your viewing pleasure....
The Hot Press Newsdesk, 02 Jul 2012
Meanwhile, back in Blighty: “Frantic, fascinating and full-on, Manchester: Beyond Oasis is Serious Feather's first ever full-length feature and the second chapter in our self-funded Beyond series. Once again filmed in full HD, this 90 minute documentary features honest and thought-provoking interviews with independent music producer, Aniff Akinola, co-founder of Debt Records, Louis Barrabas, the manager of The Ruby Lounge music venue, Jay Taylor, former BBC Manchester Introducing producer, Chris Long, co-founder of Unconvention, Jeff Thompson, and bassist with I Am Kloot, Peter Jobson. With definitive performances from over 40 of Greater Manchester’s latest independent artists, Manchester: Beyond Oasis is a movie which will quite simply make you a new improved human being.”
Like it at http://www.beyondseries.co.uk/manchester – which you will, a lot – and you’ll be able to download the whole thing for free.
Having focused last week on Asian martial arts films, Movies Monday is this time round switching into hack ‘n’ slasher mode.
“Taking demented supernatural terror to new levels” is the promise of Six Degrees Of Hell, the new Corey Feldman film, which nicks all the best bits from Nightmare On Elm Street, Scream, I Know What You Did Last Summer and those other teen horrors you profess to hate but actually watch every time they get a late night TV airing.
From Australia comes – with bugger all love – Primal, an outback zombie flick in which hundreds of Bruces and Sheilas come to grizzly brains-sucked-out ends. Add in rabies, acid-spitting flies and carnivorous plants and you might to reconsider that gap year Down Under.