MADE IN BRITAINIn this year of celebration of all things British, STUDIOCANAL and the ICO are delighted to announce a summer season of theatrical screenings in celebration of some of the finest, most entertaining and quirkiest cinema that this sceptred isle has ever produced and more importantly for LoveHorror it includes two horror classics THE PLAGUE OF THE ZOMBIES & QUATERMASS & THE PIT.

The MADE IN BRITAIN season is (cucumber) sandwiched between the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the Olympics and will give audiences across the country the opportunity to enjoy five restored classic British films on the big screen. A national screening event every Tuesday from June 5th to July 3rd inclusive will see each film screen digitally in cinemas across the country.

The five films have been chosen to illustrate the breadth of the work that has been produced by British filmmakers over the last century, and range from post-war comedy to ground-breaking sci-fi.

The five films are:Quatermass And The Pit

PASSPORT TO PIMLICO – Tuesday 5th June (New DVD/Blu-ray release June 11th)

THE PLAGUE OF THE ZOMBIES – Tuesday 12th June (New DVD/Blu-ray release June 18th)

THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH – Tuesday 19th June

HOBSON’S CHOICE – Tuesday 26th June

QUATERMASS & THE PIT – Tuesday 3rd July

The MADE IN BRITAIN theatrical season will be complimented by a special exhibition of stills and artwork from classic British cinema at the London Film Museum, and followed by an extensive retail campaign that includes many more great British films – both old and new – including Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Submarine, Tyrannosaur, School for Scoundrels, Kind Hearts & Coronets, Whisky Galore!, The Dambusters, Billy Liar and The Railway Children.

Check out our QUATERMASS & THE PIT review right Here and look out for more info on THE PLAGUE OF THE ZOMBIES soon.


Alex Humphrey

Alex studied film at the University of Kent and went on to work for Universal Pictures in their Post Room gaining an inside look at the movie industry from the very bottom. Constantly writing reviews in everything from local magazines to Hip Hop sites Alex honed his critical skills even spending a brief period as a restaurant critic. Read more

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