Ross Noble shoots another horror film | 'It's proper scary'

Ross Noble shoots another horror film

'It's proper scary'

Ross Noble has just finished filming on a new horror film.

P.O.V. stars former Bond girl Bérénice Marlohe as an athletics coach who survives a near-death car accident only to find herself paralysed and trapped inside her body, becoming convinced that a malevolent ghost is inside her hospital room intent on killing her.

Noble plays her nurse, Trevor, in the film, which has just wrapped in Dublin. It is directed by Dennis Bartok, who co-wrote the script with Tom Abrams.

Describing the film as ‘proper scary, not comedy’, Noble tweeted a photo of himself on set in character with a scar slashed across his cheek:

Sometimes when you take a selfie you don't quite get a photo that gets you at your best

Ross Noble (@realrossnoble) November 17, 2015

P.O.V. is a co-production from the Dutch company House of Netherhorror and Ireland’s Fantastic Films, who previously made the 2012 horror Stitches, in which Noble starred as a murderous zombie clown.

Noble is an avowed genre movie fan. His next film appearances will be horror The Circle, set on a remote Scottish island, and The Fairy Flag. He was cast in the Scottish supernatural fantasy after the crew contacted him as part of Freewheeling, his social media dictated series for Dave.

Noble confirmed there would be no third series of Freewheeling in its final episode,but suggested that could revive it if there is a chance of reprising it on an international scale.

By coincidence, P.O.V. was the working title of Peep Show.

- by Jay Richardson

• Update December, 2016: The film title is now Nails; and the female star is Shauna MacDonald, not Berenice Marlohe.

Published: 20 Nov 2015

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