Join Pat Higgins (described by SFX magazine as 'The Tarantino of budget gore flicks for style and dialogue' and by Empire magazine as the 'Essex Auteur') on another romp through the highs and lows of low-budget horror filmmaking. Assisted by the awesome Paul Cousins, he lifts the lid on the horror industry.
Pat has built a career on making zero-budget but fiercely original horror movies such as 'The Devil's Music' and 'KillerKiller'. He's also the original writer/creator of 'Strippers vs Werewolves' (although he takes no responsibility for the resulting film) and co-creator of the successful 'Death Tales' series of films (the latest of which, 'Nazi Zombie Death Tales', was released in the States as 'Angry Nazi Zombies'). His career has taken him and his movies all over the world, from his home town of Southend in the UK all the way to Hollywood and the Cannes Film Festival.
In this feature-length live show, Pat discusses everything that can go wrong an a low-budget horror shoot. Complete with video contributions from cult horror filmmakers like Keith Wright ('Harold's Going Stiff'), Dani Thompson ('Serial Kaller', 'Axe to Grind'), MJ Dixon ('Slasher House', 'Legacy of Thorn'), James Eaves ('Bane', 'The Witches Hammer'), Al Ronald ('Jesus vs the Messiah'), Jonathan Glendening ('13 Hrs') and Jason Impey ('Home Made', 'Snuff Film'), who all share their worst experiences from the trenches of horror filmmaking.
Packed with with never-before-seen behind the scenes clips and a healthy sense of humour, the show is a must-see for horror fans, aspiring filmmakers and anyone who has ever just grabbed a camera and tried it for themselves.
NOTE: The show contains strong language, and clips featuring bloody violence