Patrick Wilson and Vera Fermiga are back as Lorraine and Ed Warren in the second instalment of “The Conjuring.” Based on a ‘true story’, Ed and Lorraine head across the pond to Enfield and help the Hodgson family with their demonic possessed daughter and the evil spirits causing havoc in their home. Due to eerie events during production of the first film, a priest was called to bless the set of the sequel– chilling!
With the movie terrifying viewers in cinemas across the world, we’re looking back at some of our favourite UK based horror movies.
Shaun of the Dead
Another North London based hit, Shaun of the Dead depicts an apocalyptic zombie uprising. Shaun (Simon Pegg), a useless but likeable character works with best friend Ed (Nick Frost) to save their friends and family during the zombie attacks. This comedic horror contains appearances from a number of UK comedians such as Matt Lucas and Russell Howard.
Get a Pegg and Frost triple bill with Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World’s End all on Blu-ray, and all directed by Edgar Wright. Get the cornettos ready!
Eden Lake sees Jenny, played by Kelly Reilly, accompany her boyfriend, Steve, (an early role for Michael Fassbender) on a romantic weekend camping. It doesn’t take long for trouble to find them as a gang of teenagers start taunting them. Things turn ugly when Steve steps in and a game of cat-and-mouse ensues through the woodlands.
The Blu-ray contains a number of special features including behind the scenes footage and interviews with the cast and crew.
28 Days Later
No UK horror roundup would be complete without this classic from Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle. A mysterious and incurable virus spreads throughout the UK and Jim played by Cillian Murphy along with a handful of other survivors fight to find sanctuary.
The Blu-ray is packed full of special features with commend from Danny Boyle and writer, Alex Garland, deleted scenes and even four alternate endings.