Aussie Film Is a Real Scream

The Observer (Gladstone, Australia), April 8, 2011 | Go to article overview

Aussie Film Is a Real Scream


Byline: David Sparkes

JUSTIN Bellini is a young man chasing a dream. The Tannum Sands resident is under no illusions about the hard yards needed to snare a career in the film industry and he is ready to go out and get it. So it seems appropriate his latest project is an Aussie horror film called Come and Get Me.

The film makes its Gladstone premiere tonight and Mr Bellini is looking forward to the big moment. He jumped at the chance to work on production for the gore-filled movie, which was filmed on the Sunshine Coast. Mr Bellini worked across the board (primarily as lighting assistant) in a team assisting producer Dominic Crisci.

Come and Get Me premiered in Nambour last week and the audience lapped it up.

C[pounds sterling]The cast were there signing posters,C[yen] says Mr Bellini. C[pounds sterling]It was all very surreal because I thought, CyI'm really part of this'.C[yen]

An unashamedly brutal horror film, Come and Get Me breaks away from Australia's tendency to make C[pounds sterling]niceC[yen] films.

C[pounds sterling]It is gory,C[yen] warns Mr Bellini. C[pounds sterling]If you are at all squeamish, then I wouldn't really bother. …

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