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Silly ‘Eat Local’ Trailer Has Vampires with Machine Guns

We told you the other that that Jason Flemyng, best known for his collaborations with Matthew Vaughn and roles in such pics as X-Men: First Class and Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels, recently sank his teeth into directing with vampire thriller Eat Local.

We now have the vampire comedy’s first trailer, which carries a ton of laughs…and heavy machinery.

Eat Local features “Daredevil‘s” Charlie Cox starring alongside Mackenzie Crook (Pirates Of The Caribbean, “Game Of Thrones”), actor-writer-director Dexter Fletcher (Eddie The Eagle), Freema Agyeman (“Doctor Who”) and Eve Myles (“Doctor Who,” “Torchwood”).  Ruth Jones (Gavin & Stacey), Annette Crosbie (Into The Woods) and Vincent Regan (Lockout, 300) also star.

“’Eat Local’ revolves around unwitting Essex boy Sebastian (newcomer Billy Cook), whose promise of a night of passion with a ravishing cougar quickly turns into a fight for survival after she decides to introduce him to some of her friends — a coven of hungry vampires — at a remote farmhouse. Added to the mix, a heavily armed band of mercenary vampire hunters crashes the party.

Danny King, a BAFTA nominee for Wild Bill, wrote the screenplay. Rod Smith of Evolution Pictures produced, along with Jonathan Sothcott and Neil Jones of Hereford Films.



COMMENTS

5 Comments
  • Poopsmith McUnty

    not a single gun was actually fired

    • J Jett

      and shocker, there were no actual vampires in the film as well.

  • J Jett

    how can you guys not mention that tony Curran (UNDERWORLD EVOLUTION, MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN, etc.) is also starring in this! this movie looks great! i laughed several times in this trailer alone. it looks like the movie will be really funny as well!

  • Keith Sunkes

    haha, this looks great, cant wait

  • Mrteabags!

    Looks awesome, reminds me of dog soldiers.

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