Night Moves / European premiere


  • Jon Wright /
  • UK, Ireland /
  • 2012 /
  • 94 mins

Richard Coyle, Ruth Bradley, Russell Tovey, Lalor Roddy, David Pearse, Bronagh Gallagher / Fiction / English

Director: Jon Wright
Producers: Tracy Brimm, Kate Myers, Martina Niland, Eduardo Levy, James Martin, Piers Tempest
Scriptwriter: Kevin Lehane
Editor: Matthew Platts-Mills
DoP: Trevor Forrest
Production Designer: Tom McCullagh
Music: Christian Henson

Cast: Richard Coyle, Ruth Bradley, Russell Tovey, Lalor Roddy, David Pearse, Bronagh Gallagher

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  • #1 Pete Harper / Saturday 23 June, 2012 / 01:14 GMT

    FANTASTIC! If the following movies mean anything to you then get down and see this film: Tremors, Shaun of the Dead, Slither, Black Sheep, Attack The Block. Wonderful from start to finish, amazing script, great cinematography, original concept, an absolute MUST SEE - I'll be going again on Monday night!

    Makes you wonder, when you can make a film like Grabbers, why make a film like Prometheus.....?
  • #2 Shugg McGlummfer / Saturday 23 June, 2012 / 13:29 GMT

    Wonderful, incredibly funny and well-paced. Best alien squid film since Monsters. Superb full orchestral score really adds to the atmosphere, no rock music here.
  • #3 Julie Fyffe / Monday 25 June, 2012 / 23:36 GMT

    Very, very enjoyable film. Great script from start to finish. I had a big smile on my face leaving the cinema (as did everyone else!).
  • #4 Iain Leheny / Monday 25 June, 2012 / 23:41 GMT

    Great fun! It's a bit uneven in places but overall the script is funny, the scenery is stunning and the evil squids are suitably scary. Brilliant Irish monster film.

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