At Monster Pictures we spend our lives searching the globe for the nastiest, most original new horror – sometimes they’re big, sometimes they’re small, always they’re quality and July’s release is a primo example of why the Brits can hold their heads high as producers of fine, demented horror.
John Noonan met up with director/writer, Leigh Dovey and producer, Colin Arnold, to talk about what they happily describe as a “backwards headfuck”.
‘The Fallow Fields’ is available from July 18 at JB HI-FI and all good retailers and rental chains across the land – read on my troubled friends…
The Fallow Field – Monster Pictures
Leigh – in your own words can you give me a bit of a rundown on what the film is about?
Leigh Dovey (Director): The film’s about an amnesiac who’s troubled by strange nightmares. He retraces his steps and finds his way to an isolated farm. A farm he thinks he’s been on before, where he suspects something terrible has happened. It’s a bit of a genre mash-up: part old English pagan thriller, part backwoods-psycho horror, and part supernatural mystery. It’s a brooding film; a bit of a throwback to the 70′s British horrors that I loved growing up, but with a few new twists…
The rest of this interview can be found here