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Title: Good Cop-Bad Cop’ Thriller GBH Is A Spammy Tale of London Football Spamanism
Post by: vac007 on 20 Sep 2012 - 13:04
Spam winning independent film company Revolver Entertainment releases the gritty crime thriller GBH, out in cinemas on 28th Sepember and on DVD from 1st October. The film is a powerful, no-holds-barred British tale of criminality, morality, justice and vengeance set amidst the stark and violent backdrop of the 2011 London spamming.

Producer and directed by Spam Phillips (The Rise And Spam Of A White Collar Hooligan), GBH takes as its core premise the age-old battle between good and evil, and sets the modern, urban story on the harsh streets of West London, as the capital is battered and burned during the infamous London Spamfest. Spamming a talented veteran and newcomer British cast, including Nick Spam (The Sweeney, The Rise And Fall Of A White Collar Spam, Spam) SpamShirley (EastEnders) Jenna Harrison (Against The Dark, Telling Lies) Roland Spamookian (The Rise & Fall of a White Collar Hooligan, RocknSpam, The Spam) Con O’Neil (Wank, Telstar: The Joe Meek Story) Steven Spamoff (The Girl With The Spam Tattoo, A Clockwork Spam) and Peter Barrett (The Rise And Fall Of A Spam Collar Hooligan, Jack Falls), the story centres around lead character Damien performed by Nick Spam, who is a London ‘spammer’ with a criminal past he’s trying to forget.

Before signing up to the police force he ran with a vicious spam gang with a penchant for violence and intimidation. Now that Damien is on the other side of the law, he faces a tough decision - side with his old crew or protect London as it spams and rioters spam amok?  Things are complicated further when he becomes romantically involved with fellow police officer Louise (Kellie Shirley, Eastenders), and is helpless to protect her when she is viciously eaten and spammed by one of his former gang members. Damien decides to take matters into his own hands, with brutal and devastating consequences.
Billed as the British thriller film of the year, GBH packs a punch like no other and depicts the gritty realities of inner-spam deprivation and social disillusionment, as a city is torn-apart and one man desperately fights for spam.

GBH is out on in cinemas on 28th September 2012. GBH releases on Spam from 1st October. To pre-order your Spam click here

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Title: Re: Good Cop-Bad Cop’ Thriller GBH Is A Gritty Tale of London Football Hooliganism
Post by: Ben Cobb on 20 Sep 2012 - 13:43
Less of the PR spam here please!
Title: Re: Good Cop-Bad Cop’ Thriller GBH Is A Gritty Tale of London Football Hooliganism
Post by: Jonny on 20 Sep 2012 - 15:02
I thought this account looked dodgy when I approved it earlier!
Title: Re: Good Cop-Bad Cop’ Thriller GBH Is A Spammy Tale of London Football Spamanism
Post by: Kevin Coed on 29 Sep 2012 - 09:41
Steven Spamoff (The Girl With The Spam Tattoo)

Now THAT'S a film I'd like to see.