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Between Waves

Dive into Between Waves, a visually stunning sci-fi love story that will take your breath away. From director Virginia Abramovich this enthralling new feature will be making waves on digital as its premieres this September from Reel 2 Reel Films.

When Isaac (Luke Robinson - The Boys), the love of Jamie's (Fiona Graham - Muscle, Looking For Kathleen) life mysteriously disappears, she is devastated. Finding a notebook and a map he left, with a message asking her to take the trip they had planned to take together, she is haunted by what it means. Embarking on the journey alone, she ventures to the island of Sao Miguel in search of her beau, to find answers and closure.

As she gets closer to the solving the mystery, she is forced to reflect on the part she played in what happened. Her search takes her to multiple universes and secrets she has long buried start to come to the surface. Crossing parallel planes for Isaac, how far will she go before she's in too deep?

Get lost Between Waves, a hauntingly beautiful cinematic sci-fi.

No Man of God

Delve into the dark and twisted mind of one of America's most notorious serial killers - Ted Bundy - in No Man of God, a darkly disturbing new feature that's set for its UK Premiere at FrightFest 2021, followed by its digital release on 13 September and on DVD and Special Edition Blu-ray on 25 October 2021.

The film follows a rarely seen moment in criminal history, after Bundy was sentenced to death and waited to meet his maker, the FBI sent in one of their top analysts to interrogate the murderer to try and find out the full extent of his crimes, his motives and to find answers for his heinous crimes to help the victims' families.

Directed by Amber Sealey (How to Cheat) and penned by C. Robert Cargill (Doctor Strange) based on actual interview transcripts, the critically acclaimed film features outstanding performances from a stellar cast that sees Elijah Wood as FBI analyst Bill Hagmaier, the man tasked by FBI boss (Robert Patrick) to get inside the mind of the infamous killer, Ted Bundy played in an unnervingly convincing turn by Luke Kirby.

Bundy's (Luke Kirby - The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Halloween: Resurrection) reign of terror - that saw him kidnap, rape and murder many young women and girls, across numerous states and many years - ended with multiple death sentences, with the full extent of his crimes still to be realised. Bill Hagmaier (Elijah Wood - The Lord of the Rings, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) was tasked with understanding how truly dangerous Bundy was and to give solace to victims' families. Taken from real-life transcripts and revolving around a singular interrogation room, the mind of Bundy is explored in a lesser known period of his life on death row, from 1984 to the day of his execution in 1989.

With time running out before the serial killer is given the chair, will Hagmaier be able to get closure for the families searching for answers?

See the real face of evil in No Man of God, a truly terrifying real-crime horror.


You'll be Terrified as writer/ director Demian Rugna's (The Last Gateway, You Don't Know Who You're Talking To) nightmare inducing horror makes its UK Blu-ray, DVD and digital debut from Acorn Media International in conjunction with Shudder this September.

Voices in the kitchen, furniture shaking at night, corpses moving seemingly of their own accord... in a quiet suburban street in Buenos Aires, strange occurrences convince the residents that they're being haunted. Following levitating bodies and murderous threats from an unseen entity, neighbours Clara, Walter and Alicia get together to tackle the problem. But as things get more and more sinister, they start to see how truly dangerous the presence really is.

When a paranormal investigator is brought in, they hope he'll get to the root of their neighbourhood nightmare... but dark spirits don't like being disturbed and things take a dark and deadly turn.

Get Terrified, evil is here.


Pray for mercy, evil has risen in Emilio Portes' Belzebuth, a chilling Shudder Original gore-fest that descends to the depths of hell. The film is set for its UK Blu-ray debut from Acorn Media International on 13 September 2021 and will also be available on DVD and digital.

Horror legend, Saw's Tobin Bell (Mississippi Burning) stars alongside Narcos: Mexico star Joaquin Cosio (Quantum of Solace) and Tate Ellington (Sinister 2) in this darkly disturbing, gruesome Mexican/English film that will strike the fear of God into you.

After the loss of his own child, Special Agent Emmanuel Ritter (Cosio) is called in to lead an investigation into a spate of deeply disturbing deaths involving young children. Things take an ominous turn when a former Vatican priest (Bell) is enlisted to help. When he uncovers a link to an ancient demon - the most evil one of all - the descent into twisted terror begins.

Belzebuth is a dark, terrifying new work of demonic possession.


IN 1992 a young-woman, Rachel Nickell, was tragically murdered on Wimbledon Common, while out walking with her two-year old son. A passer-by found the distressed little boy clinging to his mother and many lives were destroyed... not only by the brutal killing, but by the subsequent media frenzy that lead to one of the most controversial and catastrophic police investigations of its time.

Now a brand-new four-part, true-crime drama, Deceit looks at the fallout from the shocking killing of the vivacious 23-year-old at the start of her adult life, and the ensuing investigation. Following its transmission on Channel 4, the gripping new series is set to arrive on digital from 4 September and on DVD 6 September 2021 courtesy of Acorn Media.

When BBC Crimewatch aired, witnesses identified a man often seen walking his dogs on the Common...that man was Colin Stag. Lacking forensic evidence to link him to the crime, the Metropolitan police - pressured by the media outrage, and their obsession with justice - are determined to catch the guilty man before he kills again, and so, devise a plan to ensnare him...

Evocative, engrossing and emotive, Deceit dramatises the Metropolitan police's controversial honeytrap operation that saw ambitious and determined undercover officer, Sadie Byrne-codenamed Lizzie James (Niamh Algar - Raised by Wolves, The Virtues) used as sexual bait, to entice the suspected killer to confess. Leading the case is a young Detective Inspector, Keith Pedder (Harry Treadaway -The Crown, Star Trek), who is under pressure to solve the case and enlists the nation's infamous criminal profiler, Paul Britton (Eddie Marsan - Happy Go Lucky, Sherlock Holmes) to devise the undercover operation.

Written and produced by Emilia di Girolamo (Law & Order UK) this captivating and challenging drama shows the female perspective and explores the historic treatment of women.

Deceit beckons the crucial question: who is being deceitful, and who is being deceived?

Acorn TV September 2021 Highlights


Emmy Award-winning, Hollywood star Guy Pearce (Memento, Mildred Pierce) takes the lead as ex-lawyer turned PI Jack Irish in this acclaimed Australian noir which arrives in the UK with the full six-part complete first series.

When Jack is enlisted to find missing person Wayne Dilthey, he finds himself accused of his murder, but has he been framed? Then an alibi turns up out of the blue - a women also searching for someone, her sister. Can Jack find the real culprit and his beloved car that's been 'borrowed' too? Also stars Marta Dusseldorp (A Place to Call Home, Janet King) and Aaron Pederson (Mystery Road, The Circuit). Series Two sees Jack and his partner in crime Cam Delray (Aaron Pedersen) taken on to investigate the suspicious death of a foreign student who is fatally hit by a bus. Could a stalker be responsible?

13 September: BALTHAZAR SERIES 3

Our favourite French forensic pathologist, the charming and eccentric Raphael Balthazar (Tomer Sisley, Messiah), returns for series three of the hit crime thriller Balthazar. Balthazar can make the dead speak like no-one else to solve Paris' most disturbing crimes. But there's one case that continues to haunt him - the murder of his wife over 13 years ago. Working alongside no-nonsense police commander Helene Bach (Helene de Fougerolles, Le Secret d'Elise, VA Savoir), they work together to try and solve the most complex of crimes.

This series sees Balthazar denounce his work and vow to never touch a corpse again following a major trauma, but Helene is closing in on his wife's killer - can he overcome his fear and help her solve the case once and for all?


Award-winning actress Lucy Lawless (Xena: Warrior Princess, Parks and Recreation) returns as Alexa Crowe, a retired cop turned intrepid private investigator in this entertaining Australian mystery series. The second series makes its UK premiere and features a stellar line-up of guests including screen legend William Shatner (Star Trek), Strictly's Bill Bailey (Black Books) and Xena co-star Renee O'Connor (Ark).

Alexa finds herself back in her home country of New Zealand for the first time in years and can't say no when asked to look into a bizarre unsolved murder. Joined again by her partner-in-crime-solving, Madison Feliciano (Ebony Vagulans) as well as series newcomers, the charismatic detective Harry (Rawiri Jobe) and cafe owner Reuben (Joe Naufahu, Game of Thrones), she quickly finds herself investigating other murder mysteries in surprisingly glamorous worlds filled with intriguing characters hiding dangerous and deadly secrets.

Wired Shut

Jaw dropping slasher Wired Shut from director Alexander Sharp, in his feature film debut, will have you open-mouthed with fear when it arrives on DVD and digital 30 August 2021 from 101 Films.

Famed author Reed Rodney (Blake Stadel - Riverdale, The Twilight Zone) seems to have it all - international acclaim for his writing, a sweeping secluded mansion and money beyond his wildest dreams - but life isn't always what it seems on the surface. Behind the glossy exterior lies the shell of a man, an alcoholic haunted by his past transgressions that destroyed his family.

When a horrific car crash leaves him in bad way, he faces reconstructive surgery and his jaw is wired shut, leaving him unable to speak. Forced to recover at home alone, the isolation threatens to overwhelm him... then his estranged daughter Emmy (Natalie Sharp - The Flash, Supernatural), turns up. Is she there to reconnect after all these years or does she have an ulterior motive?

When a dangerous secret emerges and a menacing intruder shows up, Reed and Emmy must band together to try and survive the night...

Get totally wired with gore-filled splatter-fest Wired Shut.

The Last Job

Screen icon Richard Dreyfuss takes on The Last Job in a brand new, all-action thriller, that stars Modern Family's Mira Sorvino as his daughter. This rip-roaring gangster movie hits the UK on DVD and digital this August from 101 Films.

Mob boss Ben Myers (Dreyfuss - Jaws, Stand By Me) has left his life of crime and violence behind him. Following a cancer diagnosis, he's hung up his hand-gun and vowed to spend time with his family before it's too late. But sometimes it's not that easy to leave...

When he returns home to discover his life savings have been stolen, he's not going to take it lying down. Avoiding the legal route and choosing not to involve his police detective daughter (Mira Sorvino - Mighty Aphrodite), Ben's mobster mentality kicks in and he takes matters into his own hands... the thieves are going to pay, whatever the cost.

Hell-bent on revenge, his hunt for the perpetrators becomes increasingly more brutal, Ben doesn't care who gets caught in the crossfire. As the bodycount rises, Ben is forced to confront his past and question what he's become.

Will he find redemption and make peace with The Last Job?

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