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Tickets for the World Premiere of Banjo in London Now on Sale!

25 Jul 2015
Limited amount of tickets are now on sale for the world premiere of Banjo at FrightFest in London. Screening at VUE Cinema in Leicester Square on Monday 31st of August at 10:45am. Tickets cost £13.25 and can be purchased by clicking HERE, attending the event will be cast & crew of the movie. Be one of the first to watch Banjo on the big screen, at it's world premiere in Leicester Square.


Q&A with Banjo Writer & Director Liam Regan at MovieRamblings.com

23 Jul 2015
Banjo creator Liam Regan has recently spoken to MovieRamblings.com about the origins of the project, his past with Troma Entertainment, the making of Banjo and his feelings about the current horror genre. Click HERE to read the full interview and find out what's coming up next from Cincest Films. Remember Banjo has it's world premiere during Film4 FrightFest at VUE Cinema in Leicester Square on Monday 31st of August at 10:45am 


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Banjo Selected As One Of The Six NOT To Be Missed Movies at Film4 FrightFest 2015

22 Jul 2015
Banjo has been selected as one of six not to be missed movies at this years Film4 FrightFest event in Leicester Square, London on ThePeoplesMovies.com website. Banjo will have it's world premiere at the VUE Cinema on Monday 31st of August at 10:45am.



Banjo at HorrorCon 2015 in Sheffield, UK.

13 Jul 2015
Team Banjo revealed the world premiere of the trailer this past weekend at HorrorCon UK, in front of a packed out audience in a screening room within the Magna Centre. The 1:49 trailer received a huge applause as the cast & crew of Banjo took the stage for a Q&A session.
Attending the Q&A were Banjo performers James Hamer-Morton (Peltzer), Damian Morter (Ronnie), Dani Thompson (Deetz), Laurence R. Harvey (Clyde Toulon), David Curtis (Mikey Stone) and Eloise Daye (Theo Foley).

Along with Banjo crew Candice Redford (Producer), Kurt Dirt (Music Composer), Dan Moxon (Co-Producer) and Liam Regan (Writer & Director). Both were at hand for the Q&A, on both days during the weekend.
Included into the mix was Banjo alumni Mik Crone (far right below) also attended the convention, Mik played the original Mr. Sawyer in the short film Confessions of Peltzer, and the original Kickstarter trailer, which were both on sale at the convention in a limited edition numbered DVD capacity.
After the trailer screening and Q&A, the cast & crew signed posters, short film DVDs and t-shirts at the Banjo stall. Banjo merchandise will soon be on sale in our very own Banjo Swag store coming in August to banjomovie.com. Remember that Banjo will have it's world premiere at FrightFest on Monday 31st of August at 10:45am at the VUE Cinema in Leicester Square, London.


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