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  Caught at Sci-Fi London 2017 [read more]
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  A "work-from-home" journalist couple who've become interested in a new base up on the moor are visited by a strange couple called Mr & Mrs Blair (yes, The Blairs!). They say they want to ask a few questions and the journalists invite the Blairs into their idyllic village home, but what begins with an informal interview descends into a nightmarish fight for survival. This is a film that returns us to the great days of brit SF. It’s Quatermass via Straw Dogs and delivers a tight, extremely tense and unnerving experience, the kind of sci-fi we used to be so good at making.

SCI-FI-LONDON Film Festival stages the UK Premiere of Caught on Thursday 27th April. It's an exciting opening night for #SFL17 with the director Jamie Patterson, writer Alex Francis, producers Jeremy Davis, Chris O'Shea Daly and actors April Pearson, Ruben Crow and Dave Mounfield in attendance!
  Graeme Clark [20 Apr 2017 at 22:41]
     

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