Central City Media to Release Justin Edger’s STALKED Starring Rebecca Rogers On Demand this December 30th
Central City Media is thrilled to announce that it will release Justin Edgar's Stalked on demand from 30th December.
Written & Directed by Justin Edgar (The Marker, We Are The Freaks) and Produced by Phil Arkinstall, it stars Rebecca Rogers (Shadow of the Tomb Raider, The Rebel, the Solder and the Outcast), Laurence Saunders (The Snarling, The Seasoning House), Stephen Uppal (The Mummy) and Vanessa Donovan (London Unplugged, The Marker).
Stalked featured in the official selection for Frightfest Film Festival 2019 and its star Rebecca Rogers was nominated for the Screen Rising Genre Star Award.
Stalked is a nail-biting suspense thriller based around a highly original suspense concept. Former Royal marine Commando and single mother Sam is brutally kidnapped on her way to the pharmacy. She wakes up disoriented in what seems to be a deserted military factory. Worried that she has left her baby alone at home, she hurries to find a way out but all exits have been sealed.
She soon realises that she is not alone. Someone or something is preying on her. Stalked and attacked by an invisible foe, she must use all of her military skills and knowledge to survive this deadly game of cat and mouse.
When she discovers that her kidnapper is a serial killer wearing a quantum stealth suit that renders him invisible and that the compound is guarded by military drones, she unleashes all her strength in the hope to get back to her baby.
STALKED IS AVAILABLE ON DEMAND ON DECEMBER 30
About Central City Media
Central City Media is an independent film distributor launched in 2018. We aim to provide a dynamic, flexible and bespoke distribution service for films launched in the UK and beyond.
CAST & CREW:
Rebecca Rogers (Sam)
Rebecca has been nominated for the 2019 FrightFest Screen Genre Rising Star Award for her first lead and feature, playing the role of former Royal Marine Commando Sam, in Justin Edgar’s feature thriller, STALKED. She did mo-cap for Shadow of the Tomb Raider and played Cleo in short Songs for Cleo.
Rebecca is currently playing Viola in Twelfth Night and Hermia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Pop-up Globe, New Zealand. Earlier in the year she played Isabella in Measure for Measure for the company.
Rebecca founded Heady Conduct Theatre and is the co-artistic director. She recently directed Shakespeare’s All’s Well that Ends Well at The Minack Theatre in Cornwall and Measure for Measure for the historic Rose Playhouse in London. The company made their international debut this year with Tiresias at the Auckland Fringe.
Laurence Saunders (IT)
Laurence was nominated for Villain of the Year at the British Soap Awards for his role as Trevor Waterhouse in Doctors. He plays the lead in the award-winning comedy horror The Snarling. Other film includes We Are The Freaks; The Seasoning House; Monochrome; Wounded; The Quiet One. TV & radio includes Doctor Who; Eastenders; Frankie Boyle’s Tramadol Nights; The Village; Line of Duty; Holby City; The Archers. Theatre includes Lags (BAC Time Out Critics Choice season); Phyllis (Women & Theatre); A Moment of Madness (The Other Way Works); Dead Endings & Jump We’ll Catch You (Birmingham Rep); Cov (Old Red Lion). He also plays bass in the band World Service alongside frontman Andy Wickett, the founder member of Duran Duran.
Justin Edgar (Director/writer/producer)
Justin Edgar began his career directing soap operas for the BBC. He has directed Large (2001) for Film Four/Pathe which sold to twenty territories and went to number one in the UK video charts. He also directed the highly acclaimed Special People which was hailed by The Guardian as a “Milestone in mainstream cinema” and holds a 90% fresh rating on critical aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes. His last film We are the Freaks premiered at the Edinburgh film Festival and was released by Metrodome in 2014.
He is also a successful producer and his films through production company 104 films include BAFTA nominated Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll starring Andy Serkis, Olivia Williams and Ray Winstone and the feature documentary Notes on Blindness which premiered at Sundance 2016, won best documentary at the 2016 British Independent Film Awards and has been nominated for three BAFTAs. 104’s new feature documentary Unrest premiered in the main competition at Sundance 2017.