Dizzee Rascal 'Pagans' by Émile Sornin
Dizzee Rascal and Émile Sornin's amazing, stomach-churning horror movie for A Couple Of Stacks appeared at Halloween and promptly disappeared again - a bit like it banned itself.
So now, for Pagans, comes the second part of their amazing exploitation double-bill - the ninja movie. Dizzee is just as badass in this one, but in a different way: he's the ninja master, training a small army of warriors, and using his own telepathic powers to defeat the bad guy - doing some serious damage to a Buddhist temple in the process.
It's another brilliant production job by Division in Paris too, another marvellous collaboration between Dizzee and Émile. And we trust this baby will be sticking around...
|Producer||Jules de Chateleux|
|Producer||Roman Pichon Herrera|
|Line Producer||Guillaume Le Grontec|
|Director of Photography||Julien Meurice|
|1st AD||Marie Le Grevellec|
|Production designer||Francois Bourguet|
|VFX Supervisor||Thomas Van Maele|
|VFX Producer||Guillaume Marien|
|Post production company||Mathematic|
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