Fractured is a brilliant British horror that blew our minds last year and has stayed with us since. Available free on Amazon Prime right now we have teamed up with the makers of the movie for a series of exclusive interviews offering an insight into the fantastic film.
Having won 10 awards to date including a record-breaking 6 at the British Horror Film Festival more importantly Fractured received the Love Horror award at the 2017 Unrestricted View Horror Film Festival.
Directed by award winning filmmaker Jamie Patterson and written by Christian J Hearn, from Brighton-based Jump Start Productions Fractured stars April Pearson, Karl Davies and Louisa Lytton and the movie follows Rebecca and Michael who decide to take a weekend getaway and drive into the isolated countryside. They arrive at their cottage unscathed, but Rebecca can’t help but feel like someone is watching.
Below Fractured writer Christian J Hearn offers up their Fractured Thoughts for your enjoyment!
1. How did you get into making movies?
Christian J Hearn: I’ve been in love with films and storytelling since I was about six years old after the first time I saw The Terminator. At various times I aspired work in special effects, stunt work, and directing. Somehow that all evolved into now being a writer.
2. Tell us about your involvement with Fractured?
Christian J Hearn: I wrote the screenplay for Fractured after Jamie first proposed the idea to me. I loved the concept. I loved the idea of taking something familiar and turning it on its head and we both shared a lot of the same influences, such as John Carpenter’s Halloween and Bryan Bertino’s The Strangers. I’m also a big fan of ‘lovers-on-the-run’ films like Badlands, Bonnie and Clyde, and Gun Crazy and I saw an opportunity to work that element into the script and have fun with it.
3. What scares you the most?
Christian J Hearn: Wilful ignorance and injustice scare me more than anything. In short, people.
4. What is next for you?
Christian J Hearn: Jamie, April, and I are developing a couple more projects together, both firmly in the horror/thriller camp, with him directing one and me directing the other. One of them has supernatural tones to it, a first for Jamie and I, and the film I will be directing is kind of like Misery meets Get Out.
5. What is your most fractured thought?
Christian J Hearn: My most Fractured thought? Blueberries and strawberries on nachos with vegan cheese is delicious!
Read our review of the fantastic Fractured HERE and see it for free on Amazon Prime now: