We have five things you shouldn’t miss on Legend this week…
Tuesday July 26th, 10.55pm - What Keeps You Alive (2018)
A married couple’s first anniversary becomes a nightmare when it’s clear one of them hasn’t been telling the truth about themselves and might have murderous intentions. Written and directed by Colin Minihan (one-half of the Vicious Brothers, from Grave Encounters
Wednesday July 27th, 9pm - Assault on Precinct 13 (1976)
John Carpenter’s superb, tense police thriller has an understaffed station under siege by a vengeful street gang.
Friday July 29th, 12.45pm - Tales from the Lodge (2010)
Following the death of one of their friends, a group of friends gather to scatter the ashes at the riverside location they killed themselves. Each character has their tale told, portmanteau style, with the actors directing their own section. Stars Johnny Vegas and Mackenzie Crook and is very enjoyable.
Saturday July 30th, 10.55pm - Mother’s Day (2010)
Darren Lynn Bousman (director of several Saw
movies) updates the Troma classic with Rebecca De Morney in the titular role of the matriarch who knows how to rule to roost.
Sunday July 31st, 9pm - 12.40am The Vintage Vault
Legend continues to celebrate the Golden Age of genre cinema with a season of double bills. This week, we have the last of the original Hammer films, To the Devil A Daughter
(1976), which has Richard Widmark face off against the evil Christopher Lee. Based on a novel by Bram Stoker. Then there are eco concerns in the big-screen version of the classic BBC TV series Doomwatch
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