Sean likes to keep things simple. Living the life of a gangster has been every inch of what he’s about. As long as Sean stays 10 steps ahead of the IRA, he doesn’t have to worry about his dark past catching up with him either. Up till now – life has been slick. He’s right at the top of the business, has a tidy club as the front for his gang-crime and he answers to no-one…Well apart from his boss and uncle – Bill.
All in all, things have been ticking along nicely. Unfortunately for Sean, however, life has other plans. When he falls for a gorgeous lady ‘Ami’ who frequents his club, Sean’s life takes a turning point. Between his daily struggles with unruly drug-pushing cousin Dan; the increasing stresses from gang rivals ‘The Dolans’ (who forever challenge the O’Shea territory); and the unexpected secrets that surface from his past, Sean realizes he is out of sync with it all.
Gang-life isn’t what its all cut up to be and he just wants out.
The eagerly anticipated third movie in the ‘Roofied’ Trilogy, ‘A Lethal Dose’ called it a wrap and filming two weeks ago with an early 2019 premier looming is shaping up to watch of epic proportions.
Shot entirely on location in Milton Keynes, Brighton & Hove and Derbyshire this has been a labour of love not for writer director Sammie Lei but for the entire cast a crew, with the official trailer being released today the excitement is already growing around the movie going population.
Filmmaker Sammie Lei was quoted as saying on the movie “We have all loved the making of a Lethal Dose and I hope that comes out in the final cut and that the movie going public can see our passion for the production and like the movie, that way we can continue the story as there is so much more to tell ”
Make sure to keep up to date with all of the latest on ‘Roofied A Lethal Dose’ by liking the official Facebook page at www.fb.me/roofied3
When someone spikes your drink with a drug without your knowledge.
Effects include vomiting, loss of co-ordination and cognitive abilities, as well as coma induction.
Lucy got roofied the other night!#drugs#alcohol#parties#sex#spiked#daterapedrug
It was confirmed today that Stu Armstrong will join the cast of ‘8ish’, the eagerly anticipated movie, directed by Luing Andrews, with Larry Lamb, Simona Roman, Tim Faraday, Jeff Stewart.
Full details of the role are yet to be released, but it has been stated by director and writer, Luing Andrews, that Armstrong will play a ‘Nice sized role’ in the movie which is set to start shooting in early 2019.
Sean O’Shea and his family connections with gang land London and the IRA. Sean likes to keep things simple. Living the life of a gangster has been every inch of what he’s about. As long as Sean stays 10 steps ahead of the IRA, he doesn’t have to worry about his dark past catching up with him either. Up till now – life has been slick. He’s right at the top of the business, has a tidy club as the front for his gang-crime and he answers to no-one…Well apart from his boss and uncle – Bill.
All in all, things have been ticking along nicely. Unfortunately for Sean, however, life has other plans. When he falls for a gorgeous lady ‘Ami’ who frequents his club, Sean’s life takes a turning point. Between his daily struggles with unruly drug-pushing cousin Dan; the increasing stresses from gang rivals ‘The Dolans’ (who forever challenge the O’Shea territory); and the unexpected secrets that surface from his past, Sean realizes he is out of sync with it all. Gang-life isn’t what its all cut up to be and he just wants out. Written by Luing Andrews
This is very much an adult crime drama but has some very clever light hearted moments. Directed by, Luing Andrews and Veronica Trickett. Written by, Luing Andrews. Sean O’shea played by, Luing Andrews.
Make sure to check out the official Facebook Fan page and give it a like and share at www.fb.me/8ishTheMovie and for more information make sure to lookup the IMDb page of 8ish
Armstrong was quoted as saying of the news, “I am really looking forward to joining the cast of 8ish and must say a huge thank you Luing Andrews. The quality of the writing and the caribe of the cast alone will make this a must see movie 2019, and I am proud to be a part of it’
North Shields Tattoo Studio offer £10 Tattoo’s all day this coming Saturday with all money raised on the day donated to help a young boy with a Brian Tumour and a serious Neurological Condition
Axe and Anchor Tattoo Studio in North Shields is offering Tattoo’s for £10 all day on Saturday 25thAugust, to raise funds for a young boy named Owen who tragically has a Brain Tumour and a serious Neurological condition and is in dire need of Physiotherapy and Sensory Equipment.
In addition to the funds raised from the £10 inking sessions at Axe and Anchor they are also running a raffle with an array of fantastic prizes donated by local business’s
Tattoo Artist and owner of Axe and Anchor Tattoo Studio, Dan Ridgewell was quoted as saying “We are looking forward to Saturday and we’re seeing a good response to this so far. We are really hoping to be inundated with customers looking to get their £10 tattoos” he went to point out that the whole reason for the £10 tattoo date is to raise much needed charitable funds “Please remember that we are doing this for charity. For a little boy that needs sensory and physio equipment. So be mindful that we need to get as many people tattooed and make as much money for little Owen as possible. Asking for stuff that’s going to take longer is a little bit selfish guys. Read the offer please, that’s what we’re offering any more than that will cost more because we only have 8 hours to tattoo everyone that turns up to donate”
If you can’t make it to Axe and Anchor on Saturday then don’t worry you can still join in and help be making a donation on the crowd funding page that has been setup for own, which can be found by clicking hereor pasting the URL below into your browser.
Axe and Anchor can be found at, 18 Prudhoe Street, North Shields, Tyne and Wear,NE29 6RA with the doors opening on what is expected to be an exhausting but successful day at 10am
RAFFLE TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE IN THE SHOP.
Prizes so far include:
A £100 tattoo voucher, a £50 tattoo voucher.
A lovely meat hamper delivered to your door! From Micky Mags at Rothbury family butchers. A £300 voucher from Chris Ratcliffe for plastering,or building work, a months membership at Marden amateur boxing club and two 1 to 1 boxing lessons with Dean Preston Two 1 to 1 boxing lessons with Sean Fineran
Diaries of a doorman volumes 1 and 2 from Stu Armstrong
Tickets are £1 a strip, with Every penny we make is going to little Owen
The £10 Tattoo offer constitutes: Up to three 2cm high word’s in a row in the popular Cantaneo font
Coventry based Father and Son actors actors make it the silver screen across the pond on LA, with the release of THE BOY WHO NEVER CAME HOME which is based on a true story. Manny Hayre and his super talented son will star in a new documentary which details the harrowing true story of a British Indian mother’s journey to finding a remedy to her 5-year-old son’s sudden illness. The journey exposes her to the dark world of India’s illegal organ trafficking underbelly.
After doctors gave their final word that her 5-year-old son wouldn’t live, they proceeded murdered him and harvested his organs to trade in the black market. The documentary chronicles the life of the mother who for over forty years, has seen no justice and still bears the emotional scars to even bring herself to talk about what happened during that fateful vacation to India.
The film is a true depiction of the story; gritty, real and traumatic and raised poignant questions about the state of organ trafficking in India.
The documentary has been written and directed by Birmingham, UK’s talented and visionary film maker Ranjeet S. Marwa, the director behind 70
films ranging from short films to Bollywood productions. He said, “The Boy Who Never Came Home is a wakeup call, we need real action and real justice for the thousands of lives cut short by the illegal organ trade. This is a story that needed to be told, it took 40 years to hear it but I know it will resonate with parents around the world”.
The executive production team features a tour-de-force of cinema royalty. Executive Producer Bruce Payne has over 100 acting and producing credits and has been described as the “Brit Pack” of rising young British actors and producers who have taken Hollywood by storm.
Payne said, “Ranjeet has told an unbelievable story, a heartbreaking, true story which I think many people will leave teary-eyed “
Producer Ramtirth Singh Uppal is the producer behind films such as the 2018 box-office hit The Black Prince and Panjabi biopic, Toofan Singh.
Uppal said, “Ranjeet is a modern day Kubrick, a true and undeniable talent within the film industry”
The film launches in Los Angeles, USA on July 27th 2018 as part of its independent showing. It will be available to view at the Downtown Independent Theatre, 251 S Main St, Los Angeles, CA 90012, USA.
Details about the production team:
Directed by Ranjeet S. Marwa (IMDB)Executive Producer: Bruce Payne (IMBD)Producer: Ramtirth Singh Uppal (IMDB)
Tickets available at the Downtown Independent Cinema
Social Media: www.twitter.com/artistsonfilm
Manny hayre stars in this new real life documentary called the boy who never came home alongside his son arun singh hayre with another young sikh boy and the talented Lucky rai
This is based on a true story written and directed by
Birmingham’s talented Ranjeet S Marwa with co producer the one and only John Payne. This is fully confirmed to have its first screening in LA
new documentary is featured on the cinemas website over at all details are on the website showing on 27th July 2019
Ranjeet S Marwa is making dreams come true for himself and upcoming actors
Please all share and keep supporting also anyone looking to sponsor Ranjeet with his new documentary please contact Ranjeet direct you can have your name or company name in the states and in the oscars