“80 tight minutes of suspense. Has the feeling of the original Saw… Gripping and compelling.”
– Fred Toppel of CraveOnline.com
“A much-needed psychological take on the genre.”
– Karen Benardello of Shockya.com
“…an unforgettable, emotion ridden psychological thriller that stays etched in your mind.”
– Wendy Shepherd of MovieVine.com
-Matt Molgaard of BestHorrorMovies.com
“…a great piece that echoes the horror of humanity.”
“A thought-provoking take on how war affects a man. The demons he faces keeping him captive for the monstrous things done.”
– Garry McConnachie of DailyRecord.co.uk
“…filmed with a lot of thought and style.”
– Lucinda Holt of ScreenRelish.com
“A cracking indie film which holds your attention and beautifully explores a human’s battle with perseverance, determination and never wanting to quit.”
– Lisa-Marie Burrows of FilmAndTVNow.com
“…a truly rewarding experience.”
– Dave Wain of UKHorrorScene.com
“…if you like films that play with time and your mind, then Armistice (The Captive) may be worth your time.”
– Gloria Daniels-Moss of ImWithGeek.com
“…a pleasant change from zombies and slashers.”
– Craig of FleapItCinema.com
“Tight, suspenseful and with a class…”
– Guy Adams of BritishFantasySociety.com
“At times understated and at others intense…”
– James Simpson of InfernalCinema.com
Buy or rent “Armistice” (also known as: “The Captive” and “Warhouse“) on DVD, Blu-ray and VOD (Video On Demand) in the following countries at the outlets are listed in this LINK.
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Armistice (starring Joseph Morgan and Matt Ryan) is being released in the UK under the title of “The Captive” onAugust 25, 2014. You can pre-order now from Amazon here.
Other UK outlets that are carrying the DVD are listed below:
Armistice is already available in the U.S., Canada, and Germany. You’ll find outlets for DVD here and VOD here.
More countries will be announced soon.
Armistice is a gripping, brutal, psychological film with a supernatural edge that charts one man’s fight to preserve his humanity and sanity over years of terrible imprisonment.
Royal Marine A.J Budd (Joseph Morgan) awakes in a mysterious house and is forced to fight for his life everyday against grotesque inhuman opponents. Trapped alone in an unchanging prison of unbreakable routines, he must kill everyday or die himself. As days stretch into years, the isolation and unceasing violence threaten his very soul.
The only note of hope lies in the journals of a former prisoner of the house, WW1 officer Lieutenant Edward Sterling (Matt Ryan). Discovered behind a secret wall, Sterling’s diaries serve as a mentor to the young marine and help to keep him alive, but what dark fate befell their author?
The stories of these two men from different times interweave as their desperation to escape the endless killing leads them both into taking terrible measures.
Armistice was created by filmmakers Luke Massey and Benjamin Read.
The Hungarian Parliament Building (Hungarian: Országház, Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈorsaːɡhaːz], which translates to House of the Country or House of the Nation) is the seat of the National Assembly of Hungary, one of Europe‘s oldest legislative buildings, a notable landmark of Hungary and a popular tourist destination of Budapest. It lies in Lajos Kossuth Square, on the bank of the Danube. It is currently the largest building in Hungary and still the tallest building in Budapest. [From Wikipedia]
A wall in Budapest…
On 25 November 1953, an international football match was played between Hungary and England. Hungary won 6–3; England were shown to be technically and tactically inferior to the Hungarian side. The result led to a review of the tactics used by the England team, and the subsequent adoption of continental practices at an international and club level in the British game.
The Hungarian team of the 50’s played a major influence in the tactics used by Jock Stein to lead Celtic to the 1967 European Club and right his name in history as the first manager to lead a British team to the trophy and in the words of Bill Shankly make him “Immortal”.