OVERTIME (2020) Preview of British high school horror

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‘We all wear masks at school’

Overtime is a 2020 British horror feature film about a teacher who works late into the night at school, marking papers, seemingly alone. But a presence is watching him from the shadows. Stalked through the winding corridors and trapped within, a sinister secret holds the key to his survival.

Directed by Mario Covone (creator of the Video Nasty comic book) from a screenplay co-written with Cameron Lusty. the Miracle World-Burman production stars Bethany Rumbellow, Chris Spyrides, Jack Clarke and Heather-Mae Cutts.

A Kickstarter campaign, launching on September 29th, will raise funds for the production of the Blu-ray and its special features.

Covone explained to Dread Central: “The film itself is complete and ready for distribution. I hope that this trailer will get people excited enough to pre-order a copy of the Blu Ray through this Kickstarter campaign, which in turn will fund some amazing special features.”

The Kickstarter will also give fans the opportunity to buy the poster, painted by Graham Humphreys, as well as the soundtrack album, featuring bands from around the world, including The Crimson Ghosts, Zombiesuckers, So Long Until the Séance and Devilsnite.

“This Kickstarter campaign is a dream for horror fans, who can pick up a new indie horror movie, discover new music from an international assortment of horror punk bands and grab a poster painted by a horror icon,” says Covone.

Cast and characters (listed alphabetically):

Gary Baxter … Stu
Anna Beer … Chelsea
Daniel Bennetts … The Executioner
Jack Burman … Angry Football Player
Betty Charlton … Chelsea’s Mum
Jack Clarke … Ben
Heather-Mae Cutts … Danny
Pippa Haddow … Hannah
Jenni Horn … Eve’s Nan
Cameron Lusty … Chav #2
Daniel McKeown … Chav #1
Claudia Priest … Bendy Knees
Jay Priestley … Lone Cloak
Bethany Rumbellow … Eve
Chris Spyrides … Nathan Shaw
Granville Walker … Purple Cloak
Adam Whybray … Mr Havisham

Filming locations:

Ipswich, Suffolk

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