Beyond the Rave

UK 2008

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Beyond the Rave
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Directed by Matthias Hoene

Ed is a local soldier who's living his last hours of freedom; he'll fly out to Iraq the following morning. With the help of his best friend Necro, he spends his last night in the UK tracking down his missing girlfriend Jen, last seen partying with a bizarre group of hardcore night-time ravers led by the mysterious Melech. But as he catches up with Jen at a party in a remote forest, Ed discovers that Melech's crowd, who are hosting the event, are looking for more than a night of fun, and that not everyone will make it through to dawn.


Nora-Jane Noone as Jen
Jamie Dornan as Ed
Tamer Hassan as Rich Crocker
Sebastian Knapp as Melech
Trevor Byfield as Leopold
Mark Wingett as Ed's Dad
Jody Halse as Big Jim
Steve Sweeney as Tooley
Ingrid Pitt as Tooley's Mum
Sadie Frost as Fallen Angel
Leslie Simpson as Belial
Jake Maskall as Strigoi
Lois Winstone as Lilith
Matthew Forrest as Necro
Neil Newbon as Nikolai
Lee Long as Danny Crocker
Lee Whitlock as Terry Crocker
Katie Borland as Tina
Oliver Milburn as Sergeant
Lauren Gold as Lucretia
Emma Woollard as Anais
Ruaraidh Murray as Dave
Danny Tennant as Idiot
Tristan Matthiae as Adonis
Sophie Holland as Lydia
Jackson Scott as Botz

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As the 20th century evolved, rational man turned to science to explain mythology that had pervaded for thousands of years. How could a man be mistaken for a vampire? How could someone appear to have been the victim of a vampire attack? Science, in time, came back with answers that may surprise you.Anemia
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