News Round-up Week Ending 25 January

svhsSoldiers of the Damned takes shape

Safecracker Pictures have announced their first feature film, Soldiers of the Damned, a second world war shocker set in Eastern Europe. The film begins shooting in the Spring and we will bring more news as and when it appears.

Doctor Who writer heads Up North

An extra treat for those of you attending the Grimm Up North screening of Tower Block Hollow on 26 January. James Moran, writer for Dr Who and previous Brit horror films Severance and Cockneys Vs Zombies, will be there to discuss the writing process for his new film Tower Block. In addition to this the writer and producer of Hollow, Matt Holt will also be in attendance. For tickets for this event head over to the Grimm Up North website.

V/H/S sequel takes Sundance by storm

The sequel to acclaimed horror anthology V/H/S has premiered at Sundance Film Festival. S-V/H/S has received a warm welcome from fans and critics. The trailer is also now online.


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