Mark Macready And The Archangel Murders

2010 Festival Artwork posterNathan starred as Raymond Korkinsky in the 2009 horror film Mark Macready And The Archangel Murders which was labelled "British independent film at it's best" and rated five stars by leading movie magazine Gorezone, it had a limited UK cinema release with "Halloween" and "Someone's Knocking At The Door" over the 2009 hallowe'en weekend and won "Most Original Horror" at Horror UK's 28 Hours Later Festival as well as receiving a special commendation at The Festival Of Fantastic Films, which is the UK's longest running genre film event. As well as having scenes featured on Sky TV, Mark Macready And The Archangel Murders has been part of many world-wide horror festivals all across the globe including Grimm Up North, the prestigious Festival De Cannes, Mayhem Horror Film Festival in Nottingham, Zer09 in New York, Beatnik TV at Nexus Night Café, Rocky Mountains Horror Film Festival in Canada, Glastonbury Film Festival and Salford Film Festival. Nathan Head also voiced a character in the animated spin-off, Mark Macready: Underworld Tales, which was released at Hallowe'en 2010 as a special gift to all the supporters who had followed the success of the franchise. For an additional gallery of images from the 2009/2010 festival tour of The Archangel Murders, see the following link.
       
Mark Macready And The archangel Murders - 2009 limited release DVD art - Nathan Head comedy horror 2009 Poster - Nathan Head
Tameside Advertiser July 2010
The Manchester Evening News 16th December 2009
Macclesfield Express 30th December 2009
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Nathan Head - actor - Photographer Amanda Norman Dark Portrait
 
       

Deleted & Alternate Scenes

The Archangel Murders is a remake of a fake trailer from 2008, which itself was a remake of a student film from years earlier. After completion of the first cut of this incarnation of the film in 2008 the producers reshot a lot of the scenes, which sadly left some interesting characters left out of the final edit, other characters were padded out and given extra scenes resulting in what we know as the final cut of the film, which was completed in 2009.
       
       

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