Emmerdale News: By day he plays Emmerdale vet Paddy Kirk but away from the Dales, Dominic Brunt is about to bring out his latest film Attack of the Adult Babies, a satirical and sexy shocker unlike anything ever seen before, on UK DVD release.
Directed by Dominic Brunt, who has played Emmerdale’s Paddy Kirk for over 20 years, Attack of the Adult Babies also stars his producing partner actress/writer Joanne Mitchell, who also appears in Emmerdale as Liv Flaherty’s mum Sandra, and Sally Dexter aka Faith Dingle and winner of Newcomer of the Year award in our Birthday Honours.
World premiered at FrightFest, Attack of the Adult Babies has been described as disgusting, depraved, brave, bonkers, brilliant and quintessentially British in its humour and depravity.
Dominic says: “The film was inspired by a mixture of ideas and events…the Formula One President Max Mosely’s sadomasochistic orgy exposé, the dubious all-male Charity events, Freemason lore, exploitative male bosses, Carry On movies, saucy seaside postcards and 1950s EC Horror Comics. The plan was always to make a movie almost beyond description.”
Shot entirely on location at Broughton Hall in Skipton, West Yorkshire, the cast also includes TV favourites Nicky Evans (Shameless, Before Dawn), Charlie Chuck (Bait, The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer) and Andrew Dunn (Dinner Ladies, Doctors) and horror film fans will enjoy a cameo appearance from Human Centipede II; Full Sequence star Laurence R Harvey. The film also features animated sequences, courtesy of Claymation maestro Lee Hardcastle.
Attack of the Adult Babies is the story of three frightened family members who, in the aftermath of a shocking home invasion, are forced to break into a remote country manor and steal Top Secret documents. Little do they know the stately pile is also the clandestine venue where a group of high-powered elderly men go to take refuge from the stresses and strains of daily life by dressing up in nappies and having a bevy of beautiful nurses indulging their every perverse nursery whim. Nor do they realise this grotesque assembly is compelled to refuel the world’s economy by very sinister, sick and monstrous means. As the bodily fluids hit the fan, the bloody carnage and freaky weirdness escalates.
Ahead of the June 11 release date, there will be special cinema screenings at the The Quad, Derby as part of Derby Film Festival on Friday 4th May, and at the Son of Mini DarkFest on Saturday June 2nd at the Genesis Cinema, London.
The film will be available from HMV, Amazon, iTunes, Sky Store, Google Play, and the extra features including a ‘making of’ featurette, audio commentary, trailer and selection of short films directed by Dominic Brunt.