You know, several times a day we think about how cool it would be to open up shop across the pond so that we could easily be there for all of the great shit they have going on. Film4 Frightfest, great Blu-ray editions we get the shaft on here, the seductive usage of the word "randy" ... so very much to love.
In anticipation of the American home video debut on DVD and iTunes this coming Tuesday, July 6th, of Lawrence Gough's different kind of infected film, Salvage, Revolver Entertainment has unleashed a brand new clip.
With his debut feature film, the Brit horror Salvage (review here), landing in UK theatres and homes in a number of formats this week, director Lawrence Gough took some time to talk with Dread Central about the c
With his debut feature film, the Brit horror Salvage (review here), landing in UK theatres and homes in a number of formats this week, director Lawrence Gough took some time to talk with Dread Central about the creation of the film and where he's headed next.
Fantasporto 2010, Portugal’s leading film festival, just concluded on March 6th, and not only did the UK's Heartless (review here) receive the Best Film Award, but several other horror films garnered awards as well, including Audience Favorite Solomon Kane.
In anticipation of the limited UK theatrical run of Lawrence Gough's Salvage beginning on March 19th, followed a few days later (on the 22nd) by a DVD release, Revolver Entertainment has provided an updated trailer for the film. Along with playing in the cinema, Salvage (UK DVD review here) will be available via Sky Box Office, iTunes, FilmFlex, and LOVEFilM on the 19th as well. Hopefully the previously reported July 6th date will hold firm for the US DVD. Synopsis:
One of the films I was most impressed with at last year’s Film4 Frightfest in London is Lawrence Gough’s claustrophobic creature feature Salvage (review here). Finally the flick will be slamming in with a limited UK theatrical release (along with Sky Box Office, iTunes, FilmFlex, and LOVEFilM) on March 19th. A few days later, on the 22nd, it will appear on retail shelves on DVD -- all courtesy of Revolver Entertainment.
Reviewed by Gareth Jones Starring Neve McIntosh, Shaun Dooley, Linzey Cocker Directed by Lawrence Gough
Zombie films. We love them. Especially ones that feature something more than some Goth kids running around in pale make-up splashed in stage blood. Yep, we like our undead flicks chock full of as much substance as gore. Enter ... Salvage.