Not one but two announcements from @jamescrowfilm @lastdragonuk @fairytalefilm

From James Crow. The Writer/Director of The Curse of the Witching Tree comes the announcement of the announcement of his second feature films world premiere. On Friday June 31st 2016, details will go out with more information about this premiere of House of Salem. A group of kidnappers become a child’s unlikely protectors, after finding out they have unwittingly been set up to take part in a deadly game of human sacrifice. As they start to uncover the truth of the safe house they find themselves trapped, they must battle demonic forces in the walls and uncover the terrifying truth of over a hundred years of murder in the name of the Devil. Welcome to the House of Salem.
Over this weekend a trailer will be unleashed on the world giving us more of an insight into this latest film from James Crow and his wonderful team. What I do know is that the film features a great cast such as Jessica Arterton (in her feature debut), Jack Bret Anderson (Wolfblood) , Andrew Lee Potts (Wireless.Primeval), Robert Lowe (Primeval),Dean Maskell (Bonded By Blood 2) , Anna Nightingale (Victim), and Tony Fadil (The Hatton Garden Job) just to name a few of the great people involved in the film.
But thats not all the news coming from the Crow camp.
It has been announced that James Crow and crew have wrapped on their third film ‘A Suburban Fairytale’ which among its cast features Tommy Knight (The Sarah Jane Adventures, Waterloo Road, Stitches) alongside his real life sister Yohanna Farrell in a dark tale of incest and murder. Details are still pretty much under wraps about the project but it does promise to be the most controversial and darkest productions yet from Last British Dragon, the production house behind the films.
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‘A Suburban Fairytale’ also features Vicki Michelle from the iconic British comedy classic Allo Allo, and Joshua Pascoe known for Eastenders evil son of Ben. Model /Actress Lucy Pinder and X Factor Contestant now turned West End hit Lloyd Daniels, also tackle challenging and disturbing roles. The film promises to be a very dark and powerful independent horror with some truly terrifying and disturbing scenes. I look forward to hearing, seeing and learning more about ;A Suburban Fairytale’ semi soon.
You can follow A Suburban Fairytale on twitter @FairtyaleFilm or like the Facebook page at
People can also follow @JamesCrowFilm or @LastDragonUK for updates for all other horror productions coming from the director and production company whose debut Curse of the Witching Tree is still selling well and my review of the film can be found HERE.

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