Sunday, 7 March 2010

Marshall talks horror again

Slapheaded some-time auteur and occasional wrong-turning dunderhead Neil "Dog Soldiers" Marshall has told Empire magazine he's set to do another horror film. Good job too, seeing as he's not altogether great at doing anything else (Doomsday, anyone? No?).
In an interview he says of the film, called Slaughterford: "it's not intended to be tongue-in-cheek. It's very much in the tradition of classic British horror, from Dennis Wheatley to Hammer via Amicus. There's humour, certainly, as well as romance, horror and tragedy. But mostly it'll be scary as hell."

You can read the interview (well, part of it) here:

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Your comments on Marshall seem pretty gratuitous... especially since you haven't even seen Doomsday?!