WHO’S IN IT?
Elliot James Langridge (Northern Soul), Jessica Barden (The Lobster), William Ash (Until Death), Roxanne Pallett (Devil’s Tower), Sally Carman (Tyrannosaur), Louis Emerick (Layer Cake), Joanne Mitchell (Bait), Andrew Ellis (This Is England), Robert Beck (The Harpist), Emmanuel Ighodaro (Sahara), Garth Maunders (Ex Cathedra), Mark Sheals (Weekender), Nigel Travis (Electricity), Bruce McGregor (East Is East), Nina Gilhooly (Blood and Bone China)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Simeon Halligan (Splintered), director, writer; Nick Leese (Little Ashes) and Rachel Richardson-Jones (White Settlers), producers; Claude Foisy (White Noise), composer; James Swift (White Settlers), cinematographer; Chris Gill (Calvary), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Michael (Langridge) is a guy in between jobs, but a chance encounter with a girl named Lee (Barden) and her Uncle Ian (Ash) leads to him securing a position as the doorman for a seedy massage parlour. However, when he discovers a bloodier side to his job, his world is turned upside down by another world that seems rather attractive to him…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Based on Stephen McGeagh’s cult novel, Habit is a gory and suspenseful horror-thriller with a central performance by Jessica Barden of The End of the F**king World fame.