❉ The only British produced Guerilla-shot Acid Horror Western ever made!
Day Of The Stranger is the only British produced Guerilla-shot Acid Horror Western ever made!
”It’s a miracle we have a film at all, but such is the journey on the front-line of underground film.” – Tom Lee Rutter
After nearly 6 years of obstacles and hardship, with a traumatic behind the scenes story as dramatic as the movie itself DAY OF THE STRANGER – the only British produced Guerilla-shot Acid Horror Western ever made – is finally set to be released.
The film is a throwback homage to the sparse run of the acid-western sub-genre which included films such as Monte Hellman’s The Shooting (1966), Alejandro Jodorowsky’s El Topo (1970) & Robert Downey’s Greaser’s Palace (1972) and stars a wealth of talent including Gary Baxter (Beyond Fury), Richard Rowbotham (Leon’s Broken Mind, White Goods) and a special appearance by cult legend Gary Shail (Quadrophenia, Metal Mickey).
In true guerilla fashion film-maker Tom Lee Rutter and co. took to the sand-stoned countryside of Worcestershire to achieve the unthinkable; a West Midlands psychedelic, horror Western.
True to form what started as a group of enthusiastic individuals making a film turned into an ordeal which spanned nearly 6 years of obstacles to get the film finished.
With the help of the enthusiasm of individuals and the recent involvement of new talent, new life has been breathed into the film and seen it to the finish line.
Now a premiere date has finally been set and will screen at the prestigious HORROR ON SEA FILM FESTIVAL January 2020 in Southend-on-Sea.
❉ The HORROR ON SEA FILM FESTIVAL runs over two weekends beginning January 10th in Southend-on-Sea and all information is due to be launched on their site over at https://www.horror-on-sea.com/
❉ News source: Carnie Films.
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