WHO’S IN IT?
Charlie Cox (The Theory of Everything), Eve Myles (These Foolish Things), Mackenzie Crook (Pirates of the Caribbean), Freema Agyeman (Rulers and Dealers), Tony Curran (Red Road), Dexter Fletcher (Kick-Ass), Vincent Regan (Unleashed), Nick Moran (Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels), Nicholas Rowe (Mr. Holmes), Ruth Jones (East is East), Annette Crosbie (Calendar Girls), Tine Stapelfeldt (Clash of the Titans), Billy Cook (The Hooligan Factory)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Jason Flemyng (film debut), director; Danny King (Wild Bill), writer; Neil Jones (The Reverend), Rod Smith (Age of Kill) and Jonathan Sothcott (Devil’s Playground), producers; James Seymour Brett (Outpost), composer; Chas Bain (Guitars, Guns and Paradise!), cinematographer; Alex Fenn (The Paddy Lincoln Gang), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
In a quiet farmhouse in the middle of the countryside, a small group of British vampires are having their once-every-fifty-years meeting, where they are joined by potential human victims including young Sebastian (Cook) whose planned night of passion with Vanessa (Myles) is rudely interrupted when she introduces him to her vampire brethren. To make matters worse, the small farmhouse is soon descended upon by a band of ruthless vampire hunters, and it’s not long before all hell breaks loose…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Jason Flemyng’s directorial debut is a fun horror-comedy that pits several acclaimed British actors together to play a group of sophisticated bloodsuckers, and have them absolutely owning every second of it.