In Pictures: Screening of Colin at Union Chapel

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In Pictures: Screening of Colin at Union Chapel
Here's one postal worker not involved in the rest industrial action 
Photography by Chris Osburn
Here's one postal worker not involved in the rest industrial action Photography by Chris Osburn
Colin star Alastair Kirton 
Photography by Chris Osburn
Colin star Alastair Kirton Photography by Chris Osburn
Left moaning at the alter 
Photography by Chris Osburn
Left moaning at the alter Photography by Chris Osburn
The Cult Film Club screening was a lot of fun, but the staff were a bunch of deadbeats. 
Photography by Chris Osburn
The Cult Film Club screening was a lot of fun, but the staff were a bunch of deadbeats. Photography by Chris Osburn
Are you being severed? 
Photography by Chris Osburn
Are you being severed? Photography by Chris Osburn
Cult moviegoers 
Photography by Chris Osburn
Cult moviegoers Photography by Chris Osburn

Union Chapel is a creepy sort of place especially when there are zombies stumbling around in candlelight and casting shadows cross the smoke machine fog. It's a terrific venue for movies too. As part of the Jameson Cult Film Club's Chills in the Chapel series, last night's screening of Colin - London's own micro-budget zombie flick - played to a full house with the film's maker Marc Price and Colin star Alastair Kirton on hand to speak and mingle. Next in the film club line up is the horror classic Halloween, which is sold out. But tix are still available for Spinal Tap in early December at Clapham Grand.

So, how was the movie? Read our review of Colin here.

Last Updated 31 October 2009