13 HRS - OFFICIAL TRAILER
Tom Felton / Gemma Atkinson / Joshua Bowman / Isabella Calthorpe
BRAND NEW BRITISH WEREWOLF HORROR SET TO TAKE FRIGHTFEST BY STORM
PREMIERS AT FILM 4 FRIGHTFEST, SATURDAY 28TH AUGUST AT 3:15PM
RELEASED IN SELECTED CINEMAS 3RD SEPT 2010
Directed by Jonathan Glendening, Written by Adam Phillips and Produced by Neil Marshall
Some of the hottest young British talent has come together for a brand new take on the werewolf genre, in what is set to become one of the horror hits of the year.
From the producer of Dog Solders comes Eyeline Entertainment's highly anticipated, forthcoming Werewolf release '13 Hrs'. Directed by multi-award winning film director Jonathan Glendening, the film features a remarkable young cast including Tom Felton (Harry Potter), Gemma Atkinson (Hollyoaks), Isabella Calthorpe (How to Lose Friends and Alienate People) and Joshua Bowman (Holby City).
A full moon hangs in the night sky and lightning streaks across dark storm clouds. Sarah Tyler (Isabella Calthorpe) returns to her troubled family home in the isolated countryside, for a much put-off visit. As the storm rages on, Sarah, her family and friends shore up for the night, cut off from the outside world. But something comes out of the driving rain and darkness. Something that holds a dark secret so devastating that, in one night, it could wipe out the entire family.
Trapped, Sarah and her brothers and friends must use their heads as well as their physical strength to survive not only the thing that is hunting them down one by one - but their own entrapment as the besieged group turns in on itself. Can they survive the horror stalking them? Or is their enemy already amongst them and has it always been? Can they survive for 13 hours?
Film running Time: 82 mins
Picture format: 16x9 widescreen
Cat no is HFR0106
Jonathan is a multi award winning film director, producer & screenwriter. His debut feature Summer Rain has won awards at major international film festivals; including the Grand Jury Prize for Best Film at the Director's View Film Festival, the Audience Awards at the Rome Independent Film Festival and Best Film at the Real to Reel Film Festival. Jonathan started his film-making career by making numerous 'super 8mm' films as a child; in the process winning many international awards. His first 16mm short film Roadside led to Kenneth Branagh hiring Jonathan to act as Robert De Niro's character research assistant on 'Frankenstein'. He then worked as Nicholas Hytner's assistant on The Madness of King George.
Film 4 Fright Fest, 2010
13 Hours will debut at the UK's biggest fantasy and Horror film festival, Frightfest, on Saturday 28th August at the prodigious Empire Cinema in Leicester Square. Following on from FrightFest, 13 Hours will open for a limited period at selected cinemas (details to follow)
Now in its eleventh year, each August bank holiday weekend, thousands of genre fans gather together in the heart of London's West End at the prodigious Empire Cinema for five packed days of premieres, previews, personal appearances, signings and surprises.