Flick (film)


Flick (film)

Infobox Film
name = Flick


caption =
director = David Howard
producer = Rik Hall
writer = David Howard
starring = Hugh O'Conor
Faye Dunaway
Liz Smith
Hayley Angel Wardle
Julia Foster
music =
cinematography = Chris Seager
editing = Madoc Roberts
distributor =
released = 1 November 2007 (American Film Market), Expected wide release 2008
runtime = 96 mins
country = Wales
language = English
budget =
followed_by =
amg_id = 1:389797
imdb_id = 0950749

"Flick" is a British horror film released in 2007. It will have a limited release.

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Memphis cop Lieutenant McKenzie is called in to investigate a series of strange deaths and weird sightings following the resurrection of a Teddy Boy from the 1950s who is brought back to life in modern times and tries to find his teenage sweetheart who is now aged 62 and also to seek revenge for his death.

Cast

Faye Dunaway as Lieutenant Annie McKenzie
Julia Foster as Sally Andrews
John Woodvine as Dr. Nickel
Michelle Ryan as Sandra
Sara Harris Davies as Diane
Hugh O'Conor as Johnny
Hayley Angel Wardle as Young Sally Andrews
Mark Benton as Seargent Miller
Liz Smith as Johnny's Mother

External links

*imdb title|0950749|title=Flick


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