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Ghouls on Film – Celebrating Independent Horror Films made by Women

Posted by LiveFor on January 31, 2010

On February 20th the first ever ‘Ghouls on Film’ festival comes to The Mixing Bowl theatre in Birmingham, to celebrate horror films made by women. As part of Women in Horror Recognition Month, the event will include short films, two feature-length films and very special guest, cult star Emily Booth.

Ghouls on Film will play host to the UK premiere of the acclaimed Soska Sisters’ debut feature film, ‘Dead Hooker in a Trunk’, as well as a screening of Kate Glover’s outback slasher ‘Slaughtered’. The short films include a brand new short by Maude Michaud and the award-winning film ‘Pop Art’ by Amanda Boyle. Emily Booth, best known for her TV presenting and roles in films such as Evil Aliens and Doghouse will be talking about her career in horror, as well as leading a discussion on the role of women in the horror industry.

The event begins at 3pm. Entry costs only £6, which can be paid on the day or beforehand. This is a not-for-profit event: if any profit is
made, it will be donated to charity. For full details, please visit
http://ghoulsonfilm.blogspot.com.

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Doghouse – First 10 minutes of Danny Dyer’s horror comedy

Posted by LiveFor on June 2, 2009

Six friends head off for a weekend in the country after one of them goes through a divorce and the rest feel that they need a break. Unfortunately for them, they pitch up in a town where all the women have been infected with a virus that has turned them into man-hating cannibals.

Director: Jake West

Cast: Danny Dyer, Billy Murray, Christina Cole

Release: 12th June 2009

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Doghouse – Second Trailer

Posted by LiveFor on May 6, 2009

Six men with mid-life anxiety set out for a weekend in the country in an attempt to reconnect with their masculinity.

What they find is a catastrophe so horrible and bizarre that a mid-life crisis turns out to be exactly what they need to survive it…

Directed by Jake West, Doghouse stars Danny Dyer, Billy Murray, Christina Clarke, Noel Clarke, Emily Booth and Stephen Graham. It is releases on 12th June.

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Doghouse – Second Trailer

Posted by LiveFor on May 6, 2009

Six men with mid-life anxiety set out for a weekend in the country in an attempt to reconnect with their masculinity.

What they find is a catastrophe so horrible and bizarre that a mid-life crisis turns out to be exactly what they need to survive it…

Directed by Jake West, Doghouse stars Danny Dyer, Billy Murray, Christina Clarke, Noel Clarke, Emily Booth and Stephen Graham. It is releases on 12th June.

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Doghouse – trailer for mad cannibal women film

Posted by LiveFor on February 8, 2009

I posted a trailer for this back in September but looks like it is nearing release.

Vince is handling his divorce badly. He’s depressed. Gone to pieces. But his mates aren’t giving up on him. Struggling with their own mid-life troubles, they drag him off for a boy’s weekend in the country… which goes horribly twisted when they find themselves holidaying in a village overrun by psychotic, homicidal women.

Forced to hide out in the empty shops when their minibus driver also goes crazy, they’re cut off and helpless. And clueless. But then they encounter an injured soldier, the sole survivor of a bloody massacre, and discover that an airborne toxin is the cause of this disaster – a toxin that only affects women, turning them into man-hating, frenzied cannibals.

Seven of these deranged women, each with an axe or two to grind, stalk the streets. The soldier insists that the whole town has turned, but he doesn’t know where the rest of the women are hiding. Somewhere out there, there are dozens more. Maybe hundreds.

Two of the boys, stuck up on a billboard, attempt to take out the opposition with a bag of golf balls. But they’re dropped into the fight when the billboard is cut down, crashing across the entry road and preventing the boys from driving out of there.

Getting back to boy scout basics, the boys utilise anything and everything at their disposal to fight off the infected women. Communicating with toy A-Team walkie-talkies, they attempt to distract the infected women with radio-controlled cars, and fight back with water pistols filled with nitro fluid. Their most ingenious plan, dressing up in women’s clothes and sneaking away under their noses, works for about twenty seconds. One violent street fight later, and everyone is holed up in a CHURCH, waiting for daybreak.

Getting back to boy scout basics, the boys utilise anything and everything at their disposal to fight off the infected women. Communicating with toy A-Team walkie-talkies, they attempt to distract the infected women with radio-controlled cars, and fight back with water pistols filled with nitro fluid. Their most ingenious plan, dressing up in women’s clothes and sneaking away under their noses, works for about twenty seconds. One violent street fight later, and everyone is holed up in a CHURCH, waiting for daybreak.

This turns out to be their unluckiest plan yet. Below the church, the underground crypt is wall to wall with dead meat. This is where the town’s men have ended up, as FOOD. The crypt is a NEST. We’ve found the rest of the women. They’re feeding.

And CHANGING. The second stage of the infection is kicking in. They’re getting uglier, and nastier… and SMARTER.

Escaping on to the rooftops from a church packed with rabid freaks, the boys’ numbers drop again thanks to a brutal assault from the town Butcher. The last survivors end up back on the minibus with no way out of town. But something has happened to Vince. The boyish behaviour required to beat the odds here has kicked his mid-life crisis into high gear. He guns the minibus engine and takes the boys OFF ROAD, navigating a bumpy, scenic route to freedom.

But when Vince’s walkie-talkie crackles to life with the voice of a friend they all thought had been killed, they know they can’t leave. The bus screeches to a halt and the boys head back into hell for the final confrontation or, at the very least, a Butch and Sundance ending. Sean crashes bus back through the billboard barrier and skids to a halt before a snarling horde of bloodthirsty demonic women.

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Doghouse Trailer

Posted by LiveFor on September 17, 2008

Directed by Jake West (Evil Aliens) and starring perpetual East End wide boy Danny Dyer. A british horror comedy which good be good in a Shaun of the Dead kind of way, but will more than likely be dreadful in a Evil Aliens kind of way!
Neil is handling his divorce badly. He’s depressed. Gone to pieces. But his mates aren’t giving up on him. Struggling with their own mid-life troubles, they drag him off for a boy’s weekend in the country… which goes horribly twisted when they find themselves holidaying in a village overrun by psychotic, homicidal women.

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