Airdate: Movie Mayhem with Marc Fennell

marc fennell moviesFilm critic and The Feed host Marc Fennell is set to introduce movies on SBS 2 on Saturday nights in Movie Mayhem with Marc Fennell.

Fennell, who got his start in TV on The Movie Show on SBS, will present the best in cult, action, thriller and horror movies from around the world.

These films are popcorn movies with an edge; nail biters with mindbending twists. They are over the top, crazy, high-intensity, silly, and fun, with lots of ninja roundhouse kicks, scary suspense, ka-pow moments, blood, gore and horror
screams.

This killer season of films will feature free-to-air premieres of thriller The Disappearance of Alice Creed, China’s biggest box office hit to date Let The Bullets Fly, cannibal flick The Pack, slasher film Rabies, murderous Spanish horror Julia’s Eyes, and Korean films Demon Empire, and The Man From Nowhere.

The Disappearance of Alice Creed – Saturday July 27, 9.30pm
The first flick is The Disappearance of Alice Creed, a British thriller where two criminals Vic and Danny fortify an apartment and kidnap Alice Creed, the daughter of a wealthy businessman. They fastidiously handcuff Alice to the bed, all in a careful attempt to make sure that she won’t escape and they won’t get caught. Whilst held captive in a soundproofed room, it is clear that everything is not as it seems and that each of those involved knows more than they are willing to disclose. Directed by J. Blakeson and stars Gemma Arterton, Martin Compston and Eddie Marsan. “If you stay for the opening scene I guarantee you will be there right to the end”, says Marc Fennell.

8 Comments:

  1. I’ve just started watching the Feed and love it, he has taken some time of, im guessing to film this new show the girl filling in for him is annoying, Marc’s humour comes across cheeky, she comes across rude. I won’t be watching it till Marc comes back.

  2. Secret Squirrel

    Excellent news. Will be in on Sat 27th for F1 qualy anyway but will now have something good to watch afterwards. Also looking fwd to some of the movies that SBS has coming up after Le Tour.

  3. Sbs2 has been for the most part taken away from me of late.Finally..something I’m gonna look forward to.I love this kind of stuff.The genre might benefit from having a host intro whereas I don’t really think Sandy George adds anything to the Sbs movies.Cannibal flick,slasher film,Spanish horror…DK you don’t know how happy you’ve made me

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