DOCTOR WHO - 'Sleep No More' (2015)
Character - 'King Sandman'
Director: Justin Molotnikov
Screenwriter: Mark Gatiss
Producer: Nikki Wilson
Company: BBC Wales
Compiled from the terrifying footage captured on board the Le Verrier space station, the Doctor (Peter Capaldi) and Clara (Jenna Coleman) find themselves up against terrifying Sandmen in a situation which involves sleep and lots of death.
It broke away from the traditional filming style of the series by featuring a unique and non-musical title sequence and depicting the events of the story through a found-footage style of direction, featuring all of its scenes in a manner that suggests they were being viewed through video recordings rather than in third-person.
THE OTHER SIDE (2012)
Character - 'Death Face'
Directors: The Santoro Brothers
Screenwriters: Jeremy Drysdale & Ben Scott
Producer: James Pears
Company: Groundbreak Films
When a fresh faced nanny (Jenni Jacques) arrives at her new job on a creaky farm in the English countryside, she is instantly caught up in the turbulent relationship of her employers. James (Nick Moran) is struggling to provide for his family and Rachel (Amelia Warner), an inexperienced mother, is unable to cope with the demands of her new born baby.
When night falls and James fails to return, a sinister intruder invades the property, unraveling a night of gruesome blood-shed and unprecedented terror. But who is behind it? What do they want? Can anybody escape alive?
BURKE & HARE (2010)
Character - 'Patient'
Director: John Landis
Screenwriters: Piers Ashworth & Nick Moorcroft
Producer: Barnaby Thompson
Company: Ealing Studios
John Landis directs this British black-comedy horror based on the real-life exploits of Irish murderers William Burke and William Hare. In the early 19th century,
Burke (Simon Pegg) and Hare (Andy Serkis) decide to exploit a lucrative gap in the market by providing Edinburgh's world-renowned medical school with fresh cadavers for its research. Their methods of procuring the bodies, however, are unconventional to say the least. Isla Fisher, Tom Wilkinson and Tim Curry co-star.