Flick

12/10/2009
  |  Buy to Own: 12/10/2009
  |  0 min
Rated 15 by the BBFC

Synopsis

A resurrected teddy-boy from the 1960s wreaks havoc in this low-budget, but stylish, revenge horror. Stuttering Johnny 'Flick' Taylor (Hugh O'Conor) is an oddity to his peers. Mocked and rejected, he clings to his rock 'n' roll roots, seeking refuge in the Friday night dances at the Palace Dance Hall, where he dreams of dancing with the beautiful Sally Andrews (Hayley Angel Wardle). But Johnny's hopes turn to dust when he's involved in a fight with Sally's boyfriend Creeper (Terence Rigby) that results in murder. Trying to flee the scene, Johnny's car leaves the road, ending up at the bottom of a river. Now, 40 years later, his car dredged from the river, Johnny's corpse, refreshed by the sound of a local radio station playing his favourite music, sets off to slaughter his tormentors and finally have that dance with Sally.

Contains strong language and comic bloody violence
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