HMZfilm attends ‘ABCs of Death’ exclusive multi-director Q+A screening + review

MAN are we jealous of this guy!

HMZ Film

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On 18th April 2013, I went to the exclusive premiere screening and Q+A session of ‘ABCs of Death’ at the Prince Charles Cinema in London’s Leicester Square. 4 directors of the upcoming horror film were in attendance: Ben Wheatley (Sightseers, Kill List), Lee Hardcastle (director who won a competition to have a segment in the film), Simon Rumley (Red White and Blue) and Jake West (Doghouse).

I managed to secure front row seats and asked a question to the panel after the screening of the film. My question was: Do you feel as if the film will resonate with a UK audience? The film has cultural nuances which are alien to the British way of thinking; do you have a specific target audience of the film? The response from Simon Rumley pointed towards the target audience being the younger male demographic, hardcore horror fans and those who are savvy with services…

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4 thoughts on “HMZfilm attends ‘ABCs of Death’ exclusive multi-director Q+A screening + review

  1. Thanka for re-posting! It was a great night with a really talented group of directors. There was a lot talked about during the Q +A. Let me know if you want to find out what was discussed

    Thanks!
    HMZFilm

    • I’d love to! I’m getting over (I hope I am , anyway, I’ve had it since before Memorial Day) pneumonia, but thanks for your generous offer–would love to discuss it more! Thanks for commenting, when I am caught up with my insane backlog and my brain is functioning better I’d love to get in touch. Just saw V/H/S/2 and everyone’s segment who worked on ABCs of Death was amazing (the entire thing was impressive, and made up for the uneven spots in the first anthology. Keep the faith!

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