Danny has always wanted to be a football hooligan ever since he was a child. He managed to get expelled from school at a very young age and longs to be just like his imprisoned dad. He wants something more out of life, and how best to inspire him than to get involved in some pure, unadulterated violence with the rival football firm. He's not the only one in the mood for some serious chaos either; Dex is just finishing his sentence at Wormwood Scrubs prison and is eager to get his own back on his own nemesis Yeti. But when Dex and Danny meet, it becomes a quest to get the old firm together and re-live the fun, blood-soaked times they once enjoyed. However, things are looking a little dangerous with the coppers now on the prowl.
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Here's a first glimpse of the Kickstarter-funded bittersweet comedy.
As the UK independent movie market becomes more competitive than ever with over 200 films made, directors like Jules Bishop have begun to utilise crowd-funding websites, such as Kickstarter to raise the thousands needed to make and launch a movie.
'Borrowed Time' Will Tickle You With Its Unlikely Hilarity.
Borrowed Time tells the story of a hapless young burglar named Kevin (Theo Barklem-Biggs)nand the relationship he has with his would-be victim, an eccentric old man, Philip (Philip Davis). Upon Kevin's gunpoint hostage in Philip's home, the pair form a very unlikely bond that will help them find a way of solving their respective troubles.
Kevin is a young man in the wrong crowd who's totally run out of cash but is in desperate need to pay back a local gangster named Ninja. Used to only petty crime, he is thrust into a more serious way of picking up money after his friends suggest he try burglary to pay his debt. He ends up breaking into the house of Philip - a pensioner who threatens him with a gun on his arrival. He holds Kevin hostage in his home, but the pair begin to bond over their similar personal issues. Kevin doesn't want to be a pathetic petty thief anymore and he wishes that his ex-girlfriend would take him back, while Philip would do anything to have his youth and agility back.
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The Irish folk brothers have plenty of stories to tell.
In terms of approach, 'Chain Tripping' takes some beating. To call Yacht's latest release conceptual would be underplaying its inspiration wildly.
On 'Tallulah', Grant Nicholas and Taka Hirose seem to have that burning connection again.
Burn My Eyes was released on this day (August 9th) in 1994.
With an eclectic mix of established acts, up and coming talent and resurgent household names, Neverworld once again offered up some superb musical...
Listen to their new song 'Alchemy'.