Lawrie Brewster just wrote in with a major update on his film Lord of Tears. Let's just say that a lot has happened since we first told you about this flick way back in March of 2013. All good. All spooky. Dig it!
There's a new film coming out of Scotland that just dropped a pretty interesting trailer. We also have a few stills and some artwork for the flick. Take your first look at Lord of Tears, and let us know what you think.
With the January 10th, 2011, UK Blu-ray and DVD release date for Johannes Roberts' F quickly approaching, Optimum Home Entertainment has released a half dozen new stills for the flick, which promises a heaping helping of hoodie horror!
Looking for a little Assault on Precinct 13 type action that sees psychopathic students giving their teachers the old what for? If you're in the UK, you won't have to look much further!
Reviewed by Gareth Jones Directed by Johannes Roberts Starring David Schofield, Eliza Bennett, Ruth Gemmell
To complement the trailer, the official UK quad poster has just dropped online for the psycho thriller F, which recently debuted at London's Film4 FrightFest, and we've got every pixel of it for your perusal. Optimum Releasing has acquired F, which is heralded as an Assault on Precinct 13 type film set at a high school.
The trailer has come for the psycho thriller F, which recently debuted at London's Film4 FrightFest, and we've got every pixel of it for your perusal. Optimum Releasing has acquired F, which is heralded as an Assault on Precinct 13 type film set at a high school. David Schofield, Eliza Bennett, Ruth Gemmell, and Juliet Aubrey all star in director Johannes Roberts' tale of what happens to a group of teachers who must defend themselves from a gang of murderous kids when their school comes under siege after hours.
Just last week we told you about Johannes Roberts' upcoming UK thriller F. Details were pretty scant at the time of our original writing, but that hasn't stopped us from diggin' you all up some goodies!
When we grew up and went to school, there were certain teachers who would hurt the children anyway they could. By pouring their derision upon anything we did exposing every weakness however carefully hidden by the kids. Well, then. It's about time that the kids struck back, wouldn't you say?