Suicide Kids Prove Demons Never Die
The latest bit of psycho-driven fun from our friends across the pond has gotten a makeover. A title change has turned the film once known as Suicide Kids into the less edgy Demons Never Die. We even have a new quad one-sheet for ya. Dig it!
Written and directed by one of the UK’s most exciting new filmmakers, Arjun Rose (Diversity 3D, Swift), and produced by Golden Globe nominee Idris Elba ("The Wire", 28 Weeks Later, RocknRolla), Demons Never Die boasts an impressive ensemble cast that brings together the freshest stars of the latest generation of British acting talent.
The genre busting cast includes British Independent Film Award winnner Ashley Walters (Get Rich or Die Tryin’, Stormbreaker, Bullet Boy), Andrew Ellis (This is England), Arnold Oceng (Adulthood, 4,3,2,1), Jacob Anderson (Chatroom, 4,3,2,1), Reggie Yates (Doctor Who), Emma Rigby (Hollyoaks), Femi Oyineran (Kidulthood, Adulthood, Annuvahood), Jack Doolon (Cemetery Junction), Peter Baladi (Streetdance 3D, The International, The Office), Jason Maza (Fish Tank, Shifty), Jennie Jacques (Cherry Tree Lane, Shank), and Shanika Warren-Markland (Adulthood, 4,3,2,1).
Look for the flick in UK cinemas on October 28th.
When Amber (N*Dubs star Tulisa Contostavlos) takes her own life, Archie Eden (Robert Sheehan – Misfits, Cherrybomb) and seven other depressed London teenagers decide to follow her lead and create a suicide pact. As the group begins to die one by one, Archie realises they have all become the target of a masked killer and that his own commitment to death has become a terrifying fight for survival and a battle to protect the girl he loves, but who is the killer?
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