Zombies of Sw17 ; Brian Sewell on the Genius of Chinese Artist Zhang Huan and David Sexton Tries Crab Cakes on the Isle of Dogs Good Horror Contrasts the Mundane with the Terrifying
Curtis, Nick, The Evening Standard (London, England)
Marc Price's horror film, made for just Pounds 45 and feted at Cannes, follows in a tradition of movies set in a nightmare London.
And, as he tells Nick Curtis, Tooting Broadway is now firmly on the undead map
IT WAS praised at Cannes as a nobudget marvel and is due on our screens next month.
But Marc Price's British zombie film, Colin, made for just Pounds 45, has done more than set a new benchmark in cheap guerrilla filmmaking.
It's also put Tooting Broadway on the horror-movie map.
The atmospheric, gore-spattered film is told from the point of view of the titular zombie, and was shot on the south London streets near Price's rented house on …
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