WHO’S IN IT?
Andy Nyman (Severance), Martin Freeman (Black Panther), Alex Lawther (The Imitation Game), Paul Whitehouse (The Death of Stalin), Nicholas Burns (War Book), Jill Halfpenny (Walk Like A Panther), Kobna Holdbrook-Smith (Paddington 2), Daniel Hill (Red Mercury), Amy Doyle (film debut), Ramzan Miah (Legacy), Paul Warren (Hereafter)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Jeremy Dyson (film debut) and Andy Nyman (film debut), directors, writers; Robin Gutch (Hunger) and Claire Jones (Kill List), producers; Haim Frank Ilfman (Locked In), composer; Ole Bratt Birkeland (Up There), cinematographer; Billy Sneddon (Four Lions), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Professor Phillip Goodman (Nyman), a sceptic of the afterlife, has his beliefs tested when he is called upon to investigate three separate incidents of ghostly encounters, each one more confounding than the last. They include a night watchman in an old factory (Whitehouse), a teenager driver whose car breaks down (Lawther), and a businessman awaiting the birth of his child (Freeman)…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
The hit West End play is adapted in just as terrifying a fashion for the big screen, with co-writer and original star Andy Nyman reprising his role as a professor faced with some extremely horrific examples of paranormal activity.