Tuesday, 13 May 2014

We Are The Freaks DVD Short Review

3 stars of British in your face anarchic teenagers.We Are The Freaks cover
We Are The Freaks is written and directed by Justin Edgar (Special People, Large) and is set in the 1990's, around the time of Margaret Thatcher's resignation.
As their future looms large over the horizon, a group of teenagers embark on an evening out that none of them will ever forget.
We Are The Freaks JackJack (Jamie Blackley - The Fifth Estate, Snow White and the Huntsman) is awaiting news of his acceptance into University in order to escape from his boring life. He has the letter in his pocket, but has yet to pluck up the courage to read it, as he feels that if he is unsuccessful, he will be unable to woo Elinor (Amber Anderson - Lotus Eaters, Your Highness) who has caught his attention.
Accompanying him on his night out is his friend Parsons (Mike Bailey - Skins), a nerd with a Margaret Thatcher fixation, who unwittingly finds himself under the dubious protection of Killer Colin (Michael Smiley - The World's End, Kill List) after an ill-advised drug deal.
Read the rest of the review over at Road Rash Reviews.

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