More hor­ror from Paddy Breath­nach

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - News -

Di­rec­tor Paddy Breath­nach started shoot­ing Red Mist, a su­per­nat­u­ral thriller, on lo­ca­tion in Belfast this week. Scripted by Spencer Wright, it stars Arielle Ke­bell (from the US re­makes of The Grudge 2 and A Tale of Two Sis­ters) as a trainee doc­tor who ad­min­is­ters an un­tested cock­tail of drugs to a coma vic­tim (Stephen Dil­lane), who wreaks re­venge on the care­less medics.

It’s Breath­nach’s sixth fea­ture, af­ter Ailsa, I Went Down, Blow Dry, Man About Dog and Sh­rooms.

Red Mist is the first of four movies which Gen­er­a­tor En­ter­tain­ment will pro­duce this year with in­vest­ment from North­ern Ire­land Screen. The com­pany is also mak­ing Terry Loane’s South African ad­ven­ture Vanilla Go­rilla, star­ring Pierce Bros­nan, and Peter Howitt’s new ver­sion of David Cop­per­field, fea­tur­ing Rowan Atkin­son and Hay­den Christensen, to be shot in Canada.

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