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Unhallowed Ground - Preview

Unhallowed Ground

Preview by Jack Foley

To celebrate the release of Unhallowed Ground – out on DVD on July 27, 2015 – we have a copy to giveaway!

Having already picked up some nominations and awards at the British Independent Film Festival and the London International Film Festival, Unhallowed Ground is already garnering a reputation as a true gem of the indie scene.

Taking its cues from a classic horror staple – doomed teenagers wandering into a mysterious old building – Unhallowed Ground marks the feature debut of director Russell England and delivers something genuinely eerie and original. Proof that when it comes to creaky old houses and ancient evil, nobody can match the spooky legacy of British horror.

Synopsis

As the lone moon rises over wild and uninhabited moors, a group of friends find themselves lost and desperate for shelter when they arrive at the door of an abandoned building, long rumoured to hide a secret vault full of treasured artefacts.

Hastening through the creaking doors, the friends begin their wait for the darkest hours of the night to pass, but quickly realise they are not alone.

When a gang of burglars suddenly arrive in search of the vault, unexplained noises, apparitions and disturbing whispers echo through the empty corridors. The house is stirring and as the ghostly noises take a deadly, malevolent turn, the teenagers realise that they must escape both the spirits and the burglars or become victims before the night is over…

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Win Unhallowed Ground on DVD

To celebrate the release of Unhallowed Ground on DVD from July 27, 2015, IndieLondon is offering readers the chance to win 1 copy. Simply answer the following question…

Q. Who directs Unhallowed Ground?

Simply send the answer to Unhallowed Ground competition and include your name, address, telephone number and email