‘The Night of the Long Knives’: Where the Longest Night Has Come’
The night of the long knives has come, the story goes.
The story goes that after an eight-year hiatus, the BBC decided to return to its traditional, all-night programming format.
The answer was a re-run of The Night of The Long Knifes, which aired on Sunday nights between the first and second week of December.
The programme is an episode of BBC One’s flagship comedy series The Office and the first of a three-part miniseries which will air in the autumn.
The miniserys will feature guest stars including Joanna Lumley and Bill Hader as well as a new version of the classic horror movie, The Thing.
“The Thing” was a 1984 cult film that saw a pair of aliens abduct a young girl, Sarah and turn her into a monster.
The horror film had been remade as a 1985 film called The Thing That Came to Light, which starred Michael Douglas and Paul Giamatti.
“It was one of those things that was just like, ‘Oh my God, what could we do?'” says executive producer/director Andrew Davies.
“I mean, we had no idea what we were doing, but we knew we had to make something special.”
“The night of long knives” has also come back to haunt viewers.
A trailer for the re-airing of the film has already been leaked online and has been shared widely on social media.
“We knew there was going to be controversy around the idea of having a film re-aired with a trailer that was so obviously about the monster,” Davies explains.
“What we wanted to do was to do something really special. “
We wanted to make it something that you just couldn’t ignore. “
What we wanted to do was to do something really special.
It was shot on location and it’s very much the spirit of the movie.” “
And the trailer that we did of the Thing is the perfect trailer.
It was shot on location and it’s very much the spirit of the movie.”
The trailer for The Night Of The Long Knife.
The original trailer for A Nightmare on Elm Street.
The trailer of The Thing that Came to Lights.
The Night Before Christmas.
‘The night before Christmas’ stars David Hyde Pierce as a police officer who goes undercover to investigate a case of serial murders.
The series was originally set to air on January 1 but was pulled from the schedule in April 2016.
Davies says the reprising of the original trailer will be a huge success, even if viewers will have to wait another six months to see the full episode.
“In terms of the reception, I think it’s going to do very well.
I think people are going to say, ‘This is going to go viral, this is going be a viral phenomenon,’ and I think they’re going to like it.”
“A lot of people have been very impressed by it,” he continues.
‘The Thing That Comes to Light’ director Michael Douglas. “
You’ll be surprised by how many people watch it and what it’s achieved.”
‘The Thing That Comes to Light’ director Michael Douglas.
“A Night Before Holiday” stars David Lynch and John Travolta as a family of misfits living in the woods.
The film, based on the novel by Philip K Dick, was originally filmed in 1969 and was directed by Lynch and Travola.
Davies and his team were so impressed with the trailer, they decided to make a sequel, The Night After Christmas.
The movie is based on a true story, the plot of which has been told over the years.
The new trailer will also feature guest appearances from actors like Tom Hanks and Michael Caine.
“There’s no denying it’s a hit,” Davies says.
“People are going, ‘Ah, it’s so classic, the trailer’s going viral’.” “There are a lot of really cool things going on in this movie,” Davies adds.
“Like the fact that it’s set in the wilds of the British countryside.
“For people to get into that, we’ve got to get the trailer up there. “
It’s going through a huge amount of people’s feeds, so there’s a lot more people seeing it on social, and it will also be making a lot people smile.” “
For people to get into that, we’ve got to get the trailer up there.
It’s going through a huge amount of people’s feeds, so there’s a lot more people seeing it on social, and it will also be making a lot people smile.”
“It’s a very different kind of movie to the old films.
There’s a little bit of a twist to it,” Davies concludes.
“That’s why it’s such a huge hit.”
‘A Nightmare on Christmas’ director and star John T. Ramsay