With the film being described as Assault On Precinct 13 meets Interview With A Vampire. I feel it’s more akin to Dog Soldiers crossed with a B-movie vampire cliché. Welcome to the world of Eat Locals.
Then again, you can make your mind up when it comes to cinema in the near future. If you don’t want to wait that long, you can head over to The Prince Charles Cinema in London to see the stars of the film at its premiere on August 26, 2017 at this year’s FrightFest.
With the cast that includes two stars from Doctor Who and Victor Meldrew’s wife. That and Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels’ alumni that include the director Jason Flemyng. Just sit back and wait for a comedic take on the undead…
In a quiet country farmhouse, Britain’s vampires gather. They come together once every 50 years to discuss territories, disputes, threats and food stocks, and the approval of new members. On this night, a new face will be meeting them for the first time, and – if the vote is unanimous – could be the latest member to join their fanged ranks.
This new face, however – local lad Sebastian Crockett – merely thinks he’s on a promise with sexy cougar Vanessa.
Unluckily for all, Sebastian’s not the only guest who’ll be dropping in tonight. A detachment of Special Forces vampire killers led by Colonel Bingham has tracked the coven to this remote location, although they’ve bitten off far more than they can chew: they expected one vampire, not an entire coven.
With barely a handful of men ill-equipped to take down such a bloodthirsty clan, Bingham must keep the vampires pinned down while the fractious coven must put their own differences aside if they’re to escape before dawn.
For Sebastian, the soldiers and the coven, it may not only be the worst night of their lives. It may be their last.
MAKING A KILLING in Selected uk Cinemas and PVOD from 1st September & VOD/DVD from 30th October