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See New Footage from White Settlers; Attend the UK Cast & Crew Screening





See New Footage from White Settlers; Attend the UK Cast & Crew ScreeningUK thriller White Settlers is about to have its debut screening, a Cast & Crew event in Manchester that Grimmfest is offering an exclusive pair of tickets to. We have more details on that plus a look at some new footage.

HorrorTalk.com recently chatted with White Settlers star Pollyanna McIntosh about the film, and along with her comments, the below video includes some never-before-seen footage.

Check it out, and if you're in the UK and interested in attending the April 24th screening at The Dancehouse in Manchester, all you have to do to be in with a chance to win a pair of tickets is "like" the White Settlers Facebook page and share your postings via all the usual social media outlets. Be sure to follow White Settlers on Twitter as well.

This will be the first showing of the movie anywhere in the world. Mingle with the stars and the filmmakers, take a drink in the bar, and then enjoy White Settlers before anyone else gets to see it!

Related Story: Set Visit Report: Pollyanna McIntosh Talks Being a White Settler

Set Visit Report: Pollyanna McIntosh Talks Being a White Settler

White Settlers, from director Simeon Halligan and writer Ian Fenton, pitches the modern urbanite dream of starting a simple life in the country against the possibility of a very different and terrifying reality. Set in the borders of Scotland, the film takes place over the course of one incredibly tense night and stars Pollyanna McIntosh (The Woman) and Lee Williams ("The Tudors," The Forsythe Saga").

Synopsis:
It's Ed and Sarah's first night at their new home, an isolated farmhouse on the Scottish border. This should be a new beginning away from their stressful London lives. And at first it is as they enjoy supper al fresco at sunset and a riverside skinny dip. But as darkness falls, things become eerie. Sarah suspects they’re not alone; Ed goes to investigate, and the evening swiftly becomes a nightmare. It dawns on them that they do not belong there. And they certainly aren't welcome either...

White Settlers comes on like a supernatural terror ride with the classic 'bumps in the night' scenario of floorboard creaks and shadows. But the moment Ed tells a genuinely frightened Sarah to get a grip, the film bluntly changes direction. And here is where the game changes. Think Straw Dogs meets Sinister.

This really could happen to you.

First Word on UK Suspense Thriller White Settlers

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