"Fun and does exactly what you'd expect. This is one to judge by it's furry, bloodstained cover" Frightfest
Trailer & Making
The first trailer
On set with Strippers Vs Werewolves
Strippers vs Werewolves Makeup Effects Journal
Day 1 Slate
Day 2 Slate
James Melrose (Clapper DIT) proudly shows off the day 2 slate. Already on Slate 60. Amazing progress.
Day 3 Slate
First Assistant Director James Nunn proudly shows off the Day 3 slate, already on slate 82! Amazing.
Day 4 Slate
Director Jonathan Glendening proudly holds up the SLATE 100! After only 4 days!
Day 4 end of day Slate
Director of Photography David meadows proudly holds up the Day 4 - End of Day slate. 112!
You wouldn't like me when I'm angry.
Director Jonathan Glendening vents his fury at an actor.... he literally tore his head off.
Day 6 Slate
Script Supervisor Kate Angelou 'marks' the occasion.
Director Jonathan Glendening contemplates the next shot.
Day 6 End Slate
Emergency D.P Tom Turley celebrates a successful end of day at Slate 170! Wow.
Day 7 Slate
The production moved into an East Croydon lap dancing bar, and Tim Jordan marks the end of day with slate 194!
Day 7 Slate
Director Jonathan Glendening with Martin Kemp who guests as a opening scene werewolf. Martin was an uncredited producer and also directed an additional scene for the film starring Lucy Pinder. Nuts magazine did an interview with him and fortunately credited him with directing the whole film and Jonathan didn't even get a mention.
Director at Work
A dummy of Martin Kemp with a silver pen in the eye. Director Jonathan Glendening (seated) reviews his shot list.
Day 7 Slate
Art Director Neal with the Day 7 slate, already the tally is an amazing 243!
Day 8 Slate
The fantastic Barbara Nedeljakova and the wonderful Ali Bastian, troopers to the end. Smiling despite the workload, already on slate 278!
Director Jonathan Glendening, Ali Bastian and Marc Bayliss in full make up!
Day 9 Slate
349! A lovely cameo by this entrancing actress Hannah Greeno
Day 9 Slate
Sound recordist Marc holds the epic Slate, 317 slates in 10 days. Amazing!
Day 12 Slate
Gaffer Adam Bell holds the slate marking 414 Slates!
Coralie Rose and Jonathan
Coralie Rose and Jonathan Glendening working hard on set.
Barbara Nedeljakova being directed by Jonathan Glendening in the finale.
Ali Bastian, Jonathan Glendening and Adele Silva in full make up in 'Vixens'.
Day 14 Slate
Assistant Art Damien - with the Day 15 Clapper. 448 Slates.
Day 16 Slate
Sarah Douglas sportingly wearing a bedraggled look holds the end of day Clapper. - 481!
Day 17 Slate
498! Held by the steadicam guy who did the epic opening shot of the nightclub.
Coralie Rose gets the honour with a visiting guest star Dominic Burns.
Day 16 End Slate
527 Slates! Celebrated by Guest Star Dominic Burns, Director Jonathan Glendening and the legendary Alan Ford.
Day 17 End Slate
Producer and Star Billy Murry in the prison set, celebrates the end of the Robert Englund scene - Slate 552. Wow.
Steven Berkoff sportingly did his day on set and celebrates surviving it with director Jonathan Glendening.
End Slate Day 17
Jazz Lintott marks his special appearance by holding the end of day clapper board 571! It was a tough day but he was fantastic as can be seen in the directors cut.
End of Day 18
595! Clapper DIT, James Melrose gets the nod.
A happy boom man and his victim.
End of Day 18
Charlie Bond celebrates her unexpected larger role with the end of day Clapper 654!
Director at work
Director Jonathan Glendening on a night shoot.
End of an era
James Nunn (1st AD) celebrates the end of a hard night shoot on what was also his last day with the production.
End Slate of Night 19
David Meadows sadly had to leave for Top Gear (I think) - and so we had replacement D.P Bob Komar. Slate 696
End of Night 20
Co-producer Patricia Rybarczyk and Marc Bayliss (without make up) celebrate the end of the night shoot. Slate 719!
END OF SHOOT
Alex Esmail and Kieran Cox celebrate the last slate of the whole shoot. 748!
END OF SHOOT SLATE
Director Jonathan Glendening ends his involvement with the production with the last slate - 748 -. Amazing.
Jonathan Glendening with Barbara Nedeljakova at the wrap party. The shoot finished around 5am that day, before the party in the evening, hence Jonathan's tired look.
The un-submitted directors cuts.
Sc.5 - Directors Cut
Filmed in a day in a small pub painted with a white interior when the script read 'Large Dark Warehouse' - we wasted a lot of time just trying to work out how to stage a scene as close to 'as written' but in a completely unsuitable environment. Throw in prosthetics, gun-fire and other complications it was a hard day! However, Stephen Berkoff was a joy to work with and took the days problems with good grace.
132b Directors Cut
Filmed in an afternoon in a central London location, the directors cut of scene 132b.
Fan art poster
Brilliant art work by Dave Slaney
Brilliant design by Dave Slaney
13hrs Art Director Will Randall did this for Jonathan
An early poster
I really liked this partly because of the 'aged' era look, it sort of made it look a tad Ripper Street - which we definitely were not doing.
Effective and to the point poster - only disregarding the fact the girls are never armed in the film, but that really doesn't matter. Unbelievable poster quotes... no really... unbelievable.
This picture borrowed from Dread Central shows the 'award winning' poster of the market (American Film Market) - notice too... the subtle deletion of Billy Murray's name to be Bill Murray.