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The Blood On Satan's Claw

Reece Shearsmith, Mark Gatiss and Alice Lowe star in a new audio adaptation of classic 1971 horror film The Blood on Satan’s Claw.

In addition to Shearsmith, Gatiss and Lowe, the cast of the new adaptation includes John Heffernan, Ralph Ineson, Philip Hill-Pearson and star of the original film, Linda Hayden. 145 more words

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Inside No. 9, season 3

INSIDE NO. 9 IS A COMEDY-HORROR TV SHOW WRITTEN AND STARRING STEVE PEMBERTON AND REECE SHEARSMITH. WITH 6 EPISODES PER SEASON, IT IS CURRENTLY ON SEASON 3. 563 more words
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A Field in England (2013)

D: Ben Wheatley / 90m

Cast: Julian Barratt, Peter Ferdinando, Richard Glover, Ryan Pope, Reece Shearsmith, Michael Smiley

The British writer/director/editor Ben Wheatley has made six movies to date, all of which have been greeted warmly by critics, but less so by audiences. 1,056 more words

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As Yet Untitled

Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled is comedian Alan Davies’ roundtable talk show. First of all, he has excellent guests: Jessica Hynes, Stephen Mangan, Jo Brand, Bill Bailey, Jon Ronson, David O’Doherty…need I go on? 163 more words

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The League Of Gentlemen is officially coming back as work begins on new scripts

Prepare for a return to Royston Vasey as work is officially underway on new episodes of The League Of Gentlemen.

While writer Mark Gatiss previously confirmed… 249 more words

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CLASSIC COMEDY REVIEW: SIX HILARIOUS MONUMENTS FROM PSYCHOVILLE

CLASSIC COMEDY REVIEW: SIX HILARIOUS MONUMENTS FROM PSYCHOVILLE

Following the third season and movie version of the League of Gentlemen, Reece Shearsmith, Steve Pemberton, Mark Gatiss and Jeremy Dyson would find a cornucopia of acting and writing work on radio, film, TV and the theatre. 271 more words

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CLASSIC COMEDY REVIEW: TWELVETY MEMORABLE SKETCHES FROM THE LEAGUE OF GENTLEMEN

CLASSIC COMEDY REVIEW: TWELVETY MEMORABLE SKETCHES FROM THE LEAGUE OF GENTLEMEN

Reece Shearsmith, Steve Pemberton, Mark Gatiss and Jeremy Dyson are utter geniuses! Having won the top comedy award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 1994 they successfully took their surreal and grotesque character comedy from the radio to the TV. 261 more words

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