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Flick is a campy British horror film written and directed by David Howard, and starring Hugh O'Conor and Faye Dunaway. It had its theatrical release in 2008, and the DVD of the film was released in the United Kingdom on 19 October 2009. The film was shot in and around Cardiff, Pontypool, Newbridge, Caerphilly, Briton Ferry Wales.
Memphis cop Lieutenant McKenzie is called in to investigate a series of strange deaths and weird sightings following the resurrection of a murder victim from the 1950s (a local boy) who is brought back to life in modern times and tries to find his teenage sweetheart who is now aged 62 and also to seek revenge for his death.
Faye Dunaway as Lieutenant Annie McKenzie
Julia Foster as Sally Andrews
John Woodvine as Dr. Nickel
Michelle Ryan as Sandra
Sara Harris Davies as Diane
Hugh O'Conor as Johnny
Hayley Angel Wardle as Young Sally
Mark Benton as Sergeant Miller
Liz Smith as Johnny's Mother
Richard Hawley as Bobby Blade
Kerrie Hayes as Young Sue
Sugarhouse is a British urban thriller movie, starring Steven Mackintosh, Ashley Walters, Andy Serkis and Adam Deacon. The low-budget thriller is based around the stage play Collision. The film was released on August 24, 2007.
Tom (Steven Mackintosh), a middle class working employee, finds himself at rock bottom after he loses his job and his girlfriend in the same week. Believing that he has no choice but to end it all, Tom ventures into a derelict squat in East London, in an attempt to purchase a gun from homeless crack addict D (Ashley Walters). However, D attempts to extort more than the agreed price, in order to pay off his debt to local drug dealer Hoodwink (Andy Serkis), to whom he owes a significant amount of money. However, the gun is not his to sell - it actually belongs to Hoodwink, who will do anything in his power to get it back. Tom's attempts to reason with Hoodwink leave him with more trouble than he bargained for - and trying to buy him off only gets him seriously abused. Despite trying unsuccessfully to shift the blame onto not-so-macho drug dealer Ray (Adam Deacon), Tom and D gradually get to know what makes each other tick - and digress for reasonable life - as