VIDEO: Trailer - Simon Phillips' RIOT

November 17
2:23 2013
Related Links
New Military-Inspired Competition Series AMERICAN GRIT to Premiere on FOX in 2016New Military-Inspired Competition Series AMERICAN GRIT to Premiere on FOX in 2016
November 18, 2015

Press On Features has announced the re-release of Simon Phillips' hit "Riot" (released previously as G.B.H.) with Lionsgate UK. Check out the trailer below!

The gritty thriller sees troubled cop Damien (Nick Nevern) facing off against his old gang in the 2011 London riots. As tensions in the capital rise, a tragic incident kicks off city-wide violence that leaves no one unaffected, including his police partner, Louise (Kellie Shirley).

Producer Paul Tanter said "I'm delighted to be teaming up with Lionsgate again and to be releasing the film under our original title. This gives audiences a second chance to engage with this brutal drama with great central performances from Nick and Kellie. This is the best directorial debut I have ever seen and one Simon should be immensely proud of. With Nick's character taking justice into his own hands, it's great there will be a decent revenge/vigilante film available to buy this Christmas". Ben Grunbaum from Lionsgate said "We are thrilled to be teaming up with Press On Features to re-release this great British thriller. Lionsgate are proud supporters of British film and are very happy to be working with Simon Phillips and Paul Tanter on the film".

The film stars Nick Nevern, Kellie Shirley Jenna Harrison, Lorraine Stanley, Con O'Neill and Steven Berkoff. Phillips and Tanter recently wrapped kidnap drama The Disappearance of Lenka Wood and are in pre-production on period crime biopic The Rise of The Krays.

For more about the movie, visit: or

VIDEO: Trailer - Simon Phillips' RIOT


BWW Review: Hilarious MIKE & DAVE NEED WEDDING DATES Flips Script on Gross-Out ComediesBWW Review: Hilarious MIKE & DAVE Flips Script on Gross-Out Comedies BWW Exclusive: Dame Judi Dench Discusses Shakespeare, Her Passion, CATS, Potential Broadway Return
Exclusive: Judi Dench on Shakespeare, CATS, Potential Broadway Return

Become a Fan, Follower & Subscriber

           Facebook Like Follow