K-SHOP

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K-SHOP - you are what you eat

Bloody vengeance comes to the streets of a British seaside town in this darkly comic horror, which sees a young student turn vigilante on the drunken thugs who caused the death of his kebab shop-owner father. A tense and gruesome thrill-ride, K-Shop delivers a cutting social commentary about the sordid side of British nightlife – with a side order of stomach-churning black humour.

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A superb performance from Abaza
Jonathan Hatful, Sci-Fi Now
With strong work from a good cast (Abaza in particular), this joins a small group of British horror films rooted in observation and anger
Kim Newman, Screen Daily
A clever hybrid, with a solid "eeewww” factor!
Kate Muir, The Times
K-Shop is a potent and raw slice of British social horror, that blends pitch black humour and grisly fatalism into a recipe for brooding brilliance, which will truly satisfy horror fans’ hunger for modern exploitation thrills with lashings of intelligence.
Movie Ramblings
Ziad Abaza is fantastically unhinged and writer/director Dan Pringle has a gift for the gruesome
TOTAL FILM
Pringle’s film employs a unique blend of humour and violence to create an unsettling thriller that keeps you glued to your seat.
FLICKERING MYTH
A solid flick, with gore, laughs, a hard guitar soundtrack and a great central performance
A VULTURE HOUND
It’s gory, it’s clever and it combines bloody horror and thrills with a clever commentary on English drink culture. You’ll never want to eat a kebab again…
HELLO U
K-SHOP comes across initially as a tale of the values of a minority ethnic culture’s colliding with the drunken right wing belligerence of little Englanders, but it turns out to be more – and more fun – that that.
FORTEAN TIMES

brutal and hard-edged... doesn’t hold back in its depiction of the dark underbelly of British binge drinking culture


The Popcorn Muncher

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Exclusive Videos

  • Behind the K-Shop Episode 2: The Director

  • Behind the K-Shop Episode 1: Binge Britain

  • Behind the K Shop Episode 3: Meet the new Sweeney Todd

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Lets go behind the basement

Lets join the cast and crew of K-Shop and discover what really lies behind the basement. Each episode explores the dark side to the Sweeney Todd thriller and what it was like creating a movie which sets to churn stomachs and sober up the most avid binge drinker!

As the first feature film ever shot in Bournemouth, K-Shop follows in the bloody footsteps of homegrown horror hits such as Severance and Dog Soldiers – making for a film that’s distinctly British with a dark sense of humour. Writer-director Dan Pringle packs K-Shop with the blood, guts and meat to satisfy the hunger of the most hardcore horror fans, there’s some genuinely smart satire as the film takes a meat cleaver to drinking culture – hacking to pieces the kind of carnage many Brits will recognize from the streets most Friday and Saturday nights.

Want more... check out more exclusive video content on the K-SHOP YouTube channel.MORE ON YOUTUBE

A superb performance from Abaza
Jonathan Hatful, Sci-Fi Now
With strong work from a good cast (Abaza in particular), this joins a small group of British horror films rooted in observation and anger
Kim Newman, Screen Daily
A clever hybrid, with a solid "eeewww” factor!
Kate Muir, The Times
K-Shop is a potent and raw slice of British social horror, that blends pitch black humour and grisly fatalism into a recipe for brooding brilliance, which will truly satisfy horror fans’ hunger for modern exploitation thrills with lashings of intelligence.
Movie Ramblings
Ziad Abaza is fantastically unhinged and writer/director Dan Pringle has a gift for the gruesome
TOTAL FILM
Pringle’s film employs a unique blend of humour and violence to create an unsettling thriller that keeps you glued to your seat.
FLICKERING MYTH
A solid flick, with gore, laughs, a hard guitar soundtrack and a great central performance
A VULTURE HOUND
It’s gory, it’s clever and it combines bloody horror and thrills with a clever commentary on English drink culture. You’ll never want to eat a kebab again…
HELLO U
K-SHOP comes across initially as a tale of the values of a minority ethnic culture’s colliding with the drunken right wing belligerence of little Englanders, but it turns out to be more – and more fun – that that.
FORTEAN TIMES

brutal and hard-edged... doesn’t hold back in its depiction of the dark underbelly of British binge drinking culture


The Popcorn Muncher

principle cast

 

A full cast and crew is available on IMDB

ZiadZiad Abaza

Ziad is known for Spectre (2015), Tyrant (2016) and Schemata (2012).

Ziad on IMDB

KristianKristin Atherton

Kristin is known for K-Shop (2016), National Theatre Live: The Hard Problem (2015) and Waterloo Road (2006).

Kristin on IMDB

ScotScot Williams

Scot is known for Redirected (2014), Backbeat (1994) and The Crew (2008).

Scot on IMDB

reeceReece Noi

Reece is known for Game of Thrones (2015), Seamonsters (2011), Hit & Miss (TV Series) and Grange Hill (1978).

Reece on IMDB

DarrenDarren Morfitt

Darren is known for Dog Soldiers (2002), Warriors (1999) and How I Live Now (2013).

Darren on IMDB

EwenEwen MacIntosh

Ewen is known for The Lobster (2015), The Scouting Book for Boys (2009) and I Am the Doorway (2015).

Ewen on IMDB