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108 Media teams with Simon Uttley and Neil Marshall for supernatural action series

London- and Singapore-based content investment studio 108 Media is financing, co-developing and producing a supernatural action series with showrunners Simon Uttley and Neil Marshall. Nightshade (6×60′) is set in a bustling 18th century English port city where an outcast hero of British-Indian heritage transforms herself into a defiant masked outlaw...
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Neil Marshall To Lead New Horror Series ‘Nightshade’

Once again, it’s humanity against the forces of darkness. Nightshade–a new small-screen, live-action supernatural series–is being developed by genre veteran Neil Marshall (The Descent, Hellboy) and Simon Uttley (Alleycats) with the backing of 108 Media, according to a report on Marshall and Uttley will serve as...
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“Nightshade” – Neil Marshall on Board as Showrunner/Director for New Horror Series

Bloody Disgusting has learned that London/Singapore-based international content investment studio 108 Media will finance, co-develop, and produce the upcoming premium live-action supernatural-action returning series “Nightshade” (6 x 60 minute episodes) with co-showrunners Simon Uttley and Neil Marshall, who will be directing the pilot. Sprung from the deep genre...

Neil Marshall is shooting the action crime flick Duchess

Newcastle-born filmmaker Neil Marshall, best known for titles such as The Descent. (2005), Doomsday (2008), Hellboy (2019) and The Reckoning (2020), is now working on his new project, the action crime flick Duchess. The movie entered production three weeks ago and is now filming in Tenerife. The news was first reported by Variety.

Arrow Video FrightFest’s 2022 line-up includes new Argento, Neil Marshall and Sundance favourites

Arrow Video FrightFest returns to Leicester Square with one of its most diverse line-ups to date, opening with the world premiere of Neil Marshall’s action-packed gore shocker The Lair (pitched as The Dirty Dozen meets The Thing!), and closing with Scott Mann’s hotly anticipated, vertigo-inducing Fall, which strands two best friends at the very top of an abandoned 2000-foot high radio tower.