WHO’S IN IT?
Stephen Dorff (Somewhere), Eddie Griffin (Undercover Brother), Luis Da Silva (Triple 9), Christopher Berry (12 Years A Slave), Yohance Myles (Devil’s Due), Andrea Cohen (Cry), Raeden Greer (The Host), King Orba (3:10 To Yuma), Countrified Wedman (It’s Only 30 Minutes), Jonathan Billions (Mr. Right), Keena Ferguson (Red Line)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Nick Love (The Football Factory), director, writer, producer; Allan Niblo (Monsters) and James Richardson (The Sweeney), producers; Lorne Balfe (War on Everyone), composer; Simon Dennis (Pusher), cinematographer; Richard Graham (Monsters: Dark Continent), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Melvin (Dorff) has been gifted with incredible superpowers – but instead of actually going out to fight crime and living up to his potential, he decides to use them to gain himself a decisive reputation as a criminal playboy in his neighbourhood. However, when he learns that the only way he can see his estranged son is if he actually does something with his powers, his efforts to do so thrust him into a dangerous and unforgiving world…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Stephen Dorff gets to have as much fun as possible with this unique twist on the superhero genre, one that lovingly riffs on its clichés but also uses the very best of them.