END OF TERM (2020) Overview of British horror movie


End of Term is a 2020 released British horror feature film about the depiction of pain in art directed by Mat Menony and Mark Murphy (Awaiting; The Crypt). The screenplay was written by John Paul Chapple (Bathory: Countess of Blood). The movie stars Ronald Pickup, Ben Lamb, Nicola Posener and Peter Davison.

History is repeating itself at the Ford Barrington Art School. A group of students are tormented by the lingering menace of Garth Stroman (Ivan Kaye), an artist who had a disturbing vision fifty years prior.

The pupils discover that true art can only be achieved through suffering and pain. With graduation fast approaching their celebrations turn into a twisted confrontation with medieval torture – all in the name of art…

Cast and characters:

Ronald Pickup … Damian Self – Young Dracula TV series; Dark FloorsJekyll & Hyde (1990); The Hound of the Baskervilles (1988); Doctor Who (1964)
Ben Lamb … Scott
Nicola Posener… Ashley – The Sleeping Room
Peter Davison … Leigh – Doctor Who (1981 – 1984)
Julie Graham … Detective Sergeant Stacy Harcourt
David Bamber … Detective Inspector Jim Burman
Ivan Kaye … Garth Stroman – Dark Shadows
Josh Taylor … Andy
Chelsea Edge … Melissa
Darcy Isa … Lizzie
Emily Reid … Eva
Faye Ormston … Art Class Student
Adam Paul Harvey … Biddleton
Ryan Whittle … Brandon
Tom Richards … Burgess

Production companies:

GCB Films/Goldfinch Studios/Premiere Picture/Solar Productions

Filming locations:

Brighton, East Sussex, England
Selby, North Yorkshire, England

Autumn 2016.

Horror movies featuring artists:

Art of the Dead (2018)

Muse (2017)

Crucible of Terror (1971)

Cauldron of Blood (1967)

Color Me Blood Red (1965)

A Bucket of Blood (1959)

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