THE TOMBS (2018) Reviews and overview

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‘One way in. No way out’

The Tombs is a 2018 British supernatural horror feature film directed by Dan Brownlie (UK Haunters; Faces of SnuffGrindsploitation: The Movie; Serial Kaller; Self Induced Nightmares) from a screenplay written by Michael William Smith (Death Do Us Apart) for Templeheart Films (Heretiks; Ibiza Undead; Devil’s Tower). The movie stars Jessica Cameron, Akie Kotabe and Barry Jay Minoff.


A group of celebrities attend a press gala at the world famous London Tombs tourist attraction.


What starts as a night of fun and fright turns into a night of tension and terror when evil spirits of the Damned seize control of the animatronics to wreak havoc on their subjects. Celebrity status cannot rescue them from the unspeakable horror that lurks in the darkness…



The lack of likable characters and uninteresting killer hobble it badly. The script from Michael William Smith (Death Do Us Apart) desperately needed tightening up. That and more elements geared specifically to the setting.” Voices from the Balcony






The Tombs has been picked up for US distribution by Gravitas Ventures.

Cast and characters:

  • Jessica Cameron … Harriet – Red Eye; Mania; All Through the House
  • Jess Impiazzi … Jessica
  • Ayvianna Snow … Gigi – Heretiks
  • Marcia Do Vales … Tanya – Ibiza Undead; Deranged
  • Ria Fend … Excited Fan
  • Akie Kotabe … Sebastian – The Boogeyman, 2013 short
  • Danielle Harold … The Presenter
  • James Kermack … Dom
  • Carl Wharton … Gary
  • Devora Wilde … Olivia
  • Barry Jay Minoff … Lyle – The Shadow Within
  • Anthony Ilott … PJ – Wrong Turn 6
  • Chris Simmons … Doug Smart
  • Jessica Ann Brownlie … Piper – Valley of the Witch
  • Barbara Maria Hauser … Doll

Filming locations:

The London Tombs at the London Bridge Experience, London, England

Technical details:

78 minutes

Working title:

The Tombs: Rise of the Damned



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