Director David Keith’s low-budget horror-comedy ATTACK OF THE HERBALS is going to Cannes. Billed as an EVIL DEAD style horror comedy, the film mixes gore with giggles on the big screen, and is David Keith’s first feature length film outing. ATTACK OF THE HERBALS was made for less than $18,000 dollars and stars Liam Matheson, Steve Worsley, and Calum Booth. The film will make its Scottish premier at Aberdeen’s Queens Link Cineworld on May 22, 2011 and tickets are still available here: www.aberdeenvideo.co.uk
“Attack of the Herbals” is a “Evil Dead”/”Shaun of the Dead” style horror comedy, independently produced and shot in the North East of Scotland.
Jackson McGregor returns to the tiny fishing village of “Lobster Cove” only to find that a local land baron Bennett Campbell is taking over with a new development. The only thing that stands in Bennett’s way is Jackson’s grandparent’s post office.
Jackson’s life is soon turned upside down when he and a childhood friend discover a mysterious, unmarked crate, washed ashore with a strange substance that happens to make rather nice tea.
Armed with a plan to save the post office, the two friends embark on a frantic business venture, selling the new strange tea to the local pensioners and fishermen. Seemingly giving them a new lease of life.
The money rolls in and the tea starts to run out. The two friends get so carried away with their new found success that they fail to notice the strange things that have started occurring in Lobster Cove.
With the help of a local German priest they discover that the contents of the crate are actually part of a World War Two Nazi experiment. Things get drastically worse when land baron also gets addicted to the tea with deadly consequences!”
Find out more about ATTACK OF THE HERBALS at the film’s official website located here: attackoftheherbals.com