Award winning comic and best selling author of the brilliantly funny 'A-Z of Living Together' Jeff Green brings his hilarious seventy minutes solo stand-up show to London's West-End for a sell out night at the world famous Gielgud Theatre.After storming the Edinburgh Festival Melbourne Comedy Festival and playing to sell out crowds on his UK tour Jeff arrives in the West End for this one-night-only never-to-be-forgotten show. In his inimitable style of boyish charm mixed with a devilish twinkle Jeff takes us on uproarious trip through the workings of his bizarre mind to taking in the finer points of sex girlfriends learning to playing the tuba and how to beat children with asthma at blow-football. Combining some of his classic routines with loads of brand new material this is a show definitely not to be missed!
ManhuntIn the summer of 1974 four friends embark on a camping trip in the remote forests of northern Europe. They are ambushed and awaken to find themselves part of a savage game in which they are the prey. ThemFrench teacher Clementine and her novelist partner Lucas have recently moved into a large rambling house in the woods on the outskirts of Bucharest Romania. Their life there seems tranquil almost idyllic. However one evening without warning or reason everything is turned upside down. The telephone keeps ringing; there are distant whispering voices on the end of the line. Slowly the couple realise they are not alone. They don't know it yet but they are being spied upon they're being surrounded. When night falls Clementine and Lucas will come up against THEM. They are there they are everywhere they are even in their home...Who are they? What do they want? The answers will take them to the very limits of fear itself. You'll never feel safe in your home again... Cold PreyFollowing a gruesome accident five friends' idyllic snowboarding expedition to the Jotunheimen mountains takes a turn for the eerie when they are forced to take shelter from a ravaging storm in an abandoned ski lodge. Empty and silent the cavernous lodge seems deserted -- but there are secrets here. These secrets are long buried thought forgotten and very very dangerous. Before the night is out those who survive will have discovered the true meaning of terror and looked into the very face of evil. In the classic tradition of seminal horror films Wolf Creek Halloween and My Bloody Valentine Cold Prey is a tense stylish and viciously unnerving journey into a frozen nightmare.
The Long Island colonial house on the river´s edge seemed perfect. Quaint spacious and affordable it was just what George and Kathy Lutz had been looking for. But looks can be deceiving...and their new dream home soon becomes a hellish nightmare as the walls begin to drip blood and satanic forces haunt them with sheer unbridled evil. Now with their lives - and their souls - in danger the Lutz's must run as fast as they can from the home they once lived...or fall prey to its terrifying power!
Bride Of Dracula (Dir. Terence Fisher) (1960): On the way to her new private school, a beautiful young teacher stays at the ancestral home of Baroness Meinster. Here she discovers the Baroness' shamed son imprisoned and shackled to the wall in a distant wing. She frees him, unwittingly releasing the combined evil of a hundred generations of vampires. Only Dr Van Helsing (Cushing) can stop the vampires and their torrent of evil. Co-star David Peel delivers one of the most frightening portrayals of Dracula ever committed to film. Evil Of Frankenstein (Dir. Freddie Francis) (1964): Hounded from his castle for creating a monstrous living being, Baron Frankenstein (Cushing) returns to continue his unholy experiments into the creation of life. With the help of a mysterious hypnotist, Zoltan, the creature is brought back to life. However, Zoltan controls the creature and plans to use him to rob and pillage the local villages. Can Frankenstein break Zoltan's hypnotic spell, or will Zoltan induce the creature to destroy its creator?
What is a zombie? A human being not fully alive yet not completely dead or a creature of books and popular films?Do they really exist and if so where do you start looking for them?Anthony Head asks these and many more questions on his travels in Haiti where zombism and voodooism are the accepted norm. In this one of the poorest countries in the world his search for the living dead takes him to a grisly voodoo celebration to a voodoo temple and to various zombie experts who provide him with some startling revelations.He also meets with a woman who with police protection was prepared to dig up a zombie from a grave so that he could spend 30 minutes with it. When filming becomes impossible in the country Anthony ponders on whether zombies are a scam another form of murder the result of poisoning or psychological trauma. This is a fascinating and provocative attempt to explain how zombies are made.