Jay Faulkner (jayphoenix) wrote in averybadplace,
Jay Faulkner

Battle of the Bone

Battle of the Bone (http://www.myspace.com/battleofthebone) is billed as 'Northern Ireland's first kung fu horror production (and certainly not the last)!' It is the brainchild (he pretty much IS Battle of the Bone LoL) of Belfast's George Clarke who admits that he wants to revolutionise the face of Irish cinema.

Here is the blurb:

"BATTLE OF THE BONE is a movie set during a period in Northern Ireland that will hopefully never happen and asks the question - what extreme do we have to go to before there is peace. Its the 12th of July, and as the parades begin to march, and the demonstrators begin to gather, an army of zombies make their way towards the city centre - determined to eat anything that moves! Caught in the wrong place at the wrong time, are three friends who's sole mission is to cross into the East, so they can avoid the trouble thats around them. This proves harder than expected, and their morning only gets worse when the zombies arrive, chasing them into the middle of the rioting public who's only hope now is to join together as one, and bring peace to NI once and for all - ironically!!

Packed with stunning martial arts battles, horrific zombie attacks, and a claustraphobic tour through the streets of Belfast - BATTLE OF THE BONE guarantees to offer its audience something new in the face of Irish cinema!"

He has been lucky enough to get some mainstream press attention already, off the back of a trailer and word-of-mouth advertising:

Trailer (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGlmH4v0eaI):

Hopefully this won't be the last home made, no-budget outing that we see from George (and as I know that he has a few other things up his sleeve, I know for a fact it won't be ;o) ).
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