Sideshow is a new film that gives Les Dennis a return to the big screen – here’s the first trailer for an incoming British comedy movie.
Introducing a new British comedy, that – according to its writer and director – wears its Ealing influences on its sleeve. It’s a film by the name of Sideshow, and Adam Oldroyd is that aforementioned filmmaker. He’s recruited a cast including Les Dennis, April Pearson, Nathan Clarke and Anthony Head for the movie, which follows a pair of criminals. They break into the home of an old psychic – but one who may not be entirely on the level.
Les Dennis plays the aforementioned psychic, and the film will be released in UK cinemas on March 11th, with a digital download release on March 28th. You can find cinema tickets here.
The first trailer has now been released too, and here’s a glimpse as to what’s in store…
And the official synopsis reads as follows…
After breaking into the home of a washed-up psychic, two criminals get much more than they bargained for, because ‘The All-Seeing Stupendo’ is a genuine master of the dark mystic arts – at least that’s what it says on his poster and he’s sticking to it.
More as we hear it…
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