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Slaughtered Bird Films’ BURN receives its first review!

Slaughtered Bird Films and Dragon Egg Media’s debut film collaboration, Burn, has received its first couple of online reviews, after a preview screening at the Triple Six Horror Festival in Manchester, May 27th.

READ The Movie Critic Next Door’s review

READ Bloody Flicks’ review

Our very own short psychological horror – directed by Judson Vaughan, creator of Pedro and the multi award-winning Soul Breaker – was filmed during February, 2016, in Hertfordshire and north London, UK, over three days.

After several local disappearances prompt a nationwide manhunt, Burn focusses on Peter and Louise – two (of many) people gripped by media-induced fear. When their son Charlie is born, the pair must find a way of raising him amid continuing public hysteria and incomprehensible personal tragedy.

Starring Max Cavenham and Emma Kelly, the story is the brainchild of our very own Chris Barnes (@BlueTook), and, in partnership with Vaughan’s Dragon Egg Media label, is the first project released under new production umbrella, Slaughtered Bird Films.

BURN screen shot - Peter

Incorporating our love of precise tension-building, Burn’s approach is both patient and unrelenting, stunningly captured by Joaquim Barreto’s cinematography, and brings classic psychological horror to the forefront of independent British cinema once again.

Find out more about Burn here –
Twitter: @BurnShortFilm
IMDb: Burn (2016)

 

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Slaughtered Bird Films’ BURN receives its first reviews!
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