UK New Film Releases Week 27: 3 July – 9 July 2009

  • New British Feature Films (Fiction) Released in 2009 – 46 [20% of total film releases]
  • Total Film Releases in the UK in 2009 – 229
  • The UK  film release schedule for the week commencing 3 July 2009 is:

    • Am I Black Enough For You (SWE)
    • Kambakkht Ishq (IND)
    • Red Mist (Paddy Breathnach, 2009, UK) #46 British release 2009
    • Strawberry And Chocolate (CUBA)
    • Embodiment of Evil (MEX)

    Take away the headliners being released prior to the Friday weekend release schedule (Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs on 526 screens and Michael Mann’s gangster biopic Public Enemies on 458 screens, and out on 1 July) and it looks a very thin list this week , with only the Bollywood romcom Kambakkt Ishq getting any other kind of significant exposure (57 cinemas). Red Mist doesn’t seem to be playing anywhere or have a website, and has already been released on DVD earlier this year.

    red mist dvd

    Known also as Freakdog, Red Mist is another horror film directed by Dublin-born Paddy Breathnach, a follow up to Shrooms, in which a group of young Americans get sliced in the Irish countryside. Red Mist/Freakdog appears to be similarly aimed at the American market since it is set in a New England hospital, but filmed in Belfast. Nice trick if you can do it!

    freakdog poster


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