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See Splintered’s UK Premiere with Director Simeon Halligan and Some Cast Members



This Friday, September 3rd, Splintered, the debut feature from production company Not A Number and director Simeon Halligan, will be having its UK premiere in the best cinema in London, the Empire Leicester Square, and starting today tickets are on sale for the screening along with an exclusive after party.

Here are the details:

SPLINTERED is beautifully shot and deserves to be seen on the big screen. So why not come see the movie alongside the director, producer, and cast? Here’s your chance to join them at the Empire Leicester Square on the evening of Friday the 3rd September. Tickets are on sale from Tuesday 31st of August, after midday. Click here for the Empire website.

Come rub shoulders with director Simeon Halligan, producer Rachel Richardson Jones, and the cast from the horror film described as “Horror for the Skins generation.”

Make sure you look the part as you are also invited to join the cast and crew after the screening for an exclusive after party at the West End club Movida (entrance fee applicable).

Book your tickets now and come see Splintered on the big screen in true London style.

Get Splintered in UK Cinemas on September 3rd

Prowling in the darkest corner of a desolate, abandoned building on the edge of a wilderness is a dangerous animal, one that lives by the rules of the wild, where survival is its only concern. This creature of the night uses cunning and instinct to hunt and kill for pleasure. It has no qualms about its actions; it lives by its carnal desires alone. Sophie (Holly Weston), a teenager with a troubled past, puts herself and her friends at the mercy of this beast when her curious obsession with the unexplained leads them deep into the Welsh countryside. When her friend is violently attacked, Sophie soon discovers what it’s like to become the object of this animal’s obsessive desire. She is locked in an isolated empty room, where no one can hear her screams.

In the night, in the dark, something is trying to get in, and Sophie is terrified. Daylight brings Gavin (Stephen Martin Walters). He keeps the animal at bay as best he can. A protector of sorts, but a protector who also keeps her imprisoned. 
 Sophie’s attempts at escape repeatedly end in failure, but she clings to the hope that her friends will rescue her. Unfortunately their desperate search for Sophie will inevitably end in death and despair.

Sophie must confront the mysteries that are locked in her past and discover the truth about her captor if she is to survive the beast’s unstoppable and obsessive onslaught.

Can’t make it to the theatre? The DVD, which includes a behind-the-scenes featurette, deleted and alternative scenes, and audio commentary with director Simeon Halligan, stars Holly Weston and Sadie Pickering, and producer Rachel Richardson-Jones, will be released in the UK on September 6th. For more info visit the official Splintered website.

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