Road Rash Reviews

Seize the Night (Short) Review****-

Cert 15 | 13 mins | 2015

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Fangs, Claws and Secret Government Factions.

Award winning director, producer and editor Emma Dark (Island of the Blind Dead) shines a light into the dark recesses of the horror genre and gets a bright reflection of those long vampire fangs. Emma steps boldly into the male dominated directing career with this action-horror that battles vampire against werewolf and government secret projects. With fight coordination by semi-retired Hollywood stuntman Roy Scammell, who amongst a plethora of credits, is responsible for fight coordination and stunt work on many of the James Bond films, Alien (1979), A Clockwork Orange (1971) and Superman (1978), the film is further enhanced with digital visual effects from up and coming VFX artist Davy Simmons and a unique score from US based composer Eric Elick.

stnevaEva (Emma Dark) has recently escaped from a hidden away research facility and she is out for revenge even if it means teaming up with the werewolves she hates.

She gets a tip-off from Dante  (Anthony Ilott, Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort), a shady character that lurks in the dark recesses of London. But she needs more than her fangs to take her sweet revenge and so she goes to see arms dealer Joe (Paul Ewen, Cockneys vs Zombies). With her old coven out to get her as well as an alpha werewolf  out to get her, she tracks down the stnranavampire Rana who has information on Eva and she hands over a dossier to the werewolf Mikkel (Chris Hampshire).

She ruins their night before Tobias (Carey Thring, From Hell) turns up with valuable information.

What will Eva do?

And who will she do it with?

These are the questions!

Emma Dark takes the film industry by storm, hopefully we will see more from this talented woman.

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DirectorEmma Dark
StarringEmma Dark, Carey Thring, Anthony Ilott, Paul Ewen, Mark Sears
Category: film, Review, Short