13 GRAVES (2019)
Writer/Director - John Langridge
On the orders of their boss, two seasoned contract killers are marching their latest victim to the mob graveyard they have used for several years. When he escapes leaving them no choice but to hunt him through the surrounding forest, they are soon hopelessly lost. As night falls and the shadows begin to lengthen, they uncover a dark and terrifying truth about the vast, sprawling woodland – and the hunters become the hunted as they find themselves stalked by an ancient supernatural force.
FEMININE INCITE (2016)
Writer/Director - Simon Olivier
An insecure novelist is given one week by his publisher to infuse his latest novel with greater feminine insight, but as he turns to his long-suffering girlfriend for inspiration, he discovers that his gifts as a writer are more powerful than he ever imagined.
'His Girl Friday' meets 'Being John Malkovich'. Feminie Incite premiered a the Crossing the Screen International Film Festival in November 2016.
Writer - Paul Chronnell
Director - John Langridge
John Langridge's debut feature film is a tense, psychological thriller, produced by Raiomond Mirza for Oh My! Productions from a script by Paul Chronnell. It stars Martin Compston (The Disappearance of Alice Creed), Craig Conway (Doomsday), Sean Pertwee (Dog Soldiers) and Kiersten Wareing (Fish Tank)
A jealous husband hires a corrupt detective to kidnap his wife's lover to administer some rough justice. His simple plan for revenge starts to unravell however, when the detective has a revelation of his own...
...he has kidnapped the husband's wife as well.
'With just four actors, a single setting and more twists than a bag full of pretzels, John Langridge’s grimy lo-fi debut is almost smart, taut and nasty enough to bid for the Tarantino comparisons he’s obviously after. A stagey British indie that does a lot with a little...'
Paul Bradshaw, Total Film
'John Langridge’s feature debut is a nicely taut low-key thriller that delivers a series of nicely staged twists and a few doses of violence...'
Mark Adams, Screen International
'I suppose this story could easily have been a stage play, but the film has successfully rendered it its own. Oddly enough this has been achieved in no small part to Langridge’s theatrical direction and blocking, which manages to utilise a basic space very imaginatively. Mix with that some great cinematography, a neatly paced edit and chilling soundtrack from composer/producer Raiomond Mirza and I guarantee you will require time in your seat at the end of the film to recuperate before leaving the cinema. It’ll be as if you need to regain “control”. Fab.'
Anthony Pearson, Filmfridays.com