Here's the latest Top 10 trending trailers on the BritFlicks YouTube Channel.
Here's February 2019's Top 10 trending trailers on the BritFlicks YouTube Channel. It was another busy month with 432,637 trailer views, with once again Chee Keong Cheung's brilliant zombie action movie REDCON-1, talking the top spot with 92,821 views.
Top 5 countries tuning in were the UK (12.8%) United States (12.4%), Philippines (5.2%), India (4.4%) and Brazil (3.6%). By gender it was Male (76.2%), Female (23.8%).
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10) GOD’S OWN COUNTRY
Genre: Romance, Drama
February 2019 Views: 9,486
Total Trailer Views: 886,614
Synopsis: Johnny Saxby works long hours in brutal isolation on his family’s remote farm in the north of England. He numbs the daily frustration of his lonely existence with nightly binge-drinking at the local pub and casual sex. When a handsome Romanian migrant worker arrives to take up temporary work on the family farm, Johnny suddenly finds himself having to deal with emotions he has never felt before. An intense relationship forms between the two which could change Johnny’s life forever.
9) THE MARKER
Directed By Justin Edgar
Genre: Crime - Thriller
February 2019 Views: 10,300
Total Trailer Views: 88,808
Synopsis: Marley Dean Jacobs comes out of prison with one thing on this mind - to find and take care of the girl whose mother he killed during a botched job for gang boss Brendan Doyle. Haunted by the ghost of the dead woman, Marley’s noble intentions are hindered by Doyle trying to lure him back into a life of crime.
8) PERFECT SKIN
Directed By Kevin Chicken
Genre: horror - Thriller
February 2019 Views: 11,049
Total Trailer Views: 12,114
Synopsis: Katia, a young Polish woman, is adrift in London and meets Bob, an American tattoo artist with a reverence for his craft. Slowly she is drawn to his mysterious world and the taboo culture of body modification. Bob has a dark secret desire to leave his mark on the world. Combining the style of CELL with the sizzling tension and unexpected turns of THE SKIN I LIVE IN and featuring music from Liam Howlett of The Prodigy.
Directed By Hendrik Faller
February 2019 Views: 11,821
Total Trailer Views: 50,256
Review: At the outbreak of a flu epidemic, English City boy Jack seeks solace and sanctuary with his parents at their holiday home in the Alps. When he reaches his destination they have evacuated and it’s evident that the effects of the killer virus have devastated this remote corner of world.
A haunting image of a lone horse is all director Hendrik Faller needs to show you that this tiny village has stopped functioning as place people live and work.
Unable to leave Jack faces up to riding out the disease in isolation. Until the gas mask wearing, pistol-toting Kara breaks in and holds him prisoner in his own home. He is totally unprepared and his pathetic attempts to fight back only serve to demonstrate his ineptitude away from the comforts of his civil, urban environs. He just wants her gone, but when a couple of aggressive strangers come knocking he is forced to reassess his situation. He knows nothing of the desperation that has ripped the village apart, the men who want inside and want Kara… She knows everything, but is saying very little to help get him on her side. Her prior knowledge is a divisive point of conflict in the face of their mutual need to survive. An unlikely union is created.
Dialogue is sparse, as the language of cinema does the talking for Faller. What we know and understand about these characters is in their faces and how they react to situations. But Jack needs to understand. He prods, pushes and fights Kara every step of the way. Inevitably the truth is even more devastating than the mystery Jack is trying to solve.
On the surface Mountain Fever is an excellent, tension filled struggle for what’s right between a handful of scared and confused people enduring the aftermath of mass deaths from the flu epidemic. It is also a cruel metaphor about nature’s unwillingness to yield to human wants and needs. People are no more important to the planet’s eco-system than trees, ants or streams. Nature is neither malicious nor personal. It’s the virus that can kill your friends and family. It’s the snow-capped mountains and forest that physically cut you off from the rest of society. It’s the freezing cold that stops you travelling too far on foot. And as Faller brilliantly shows, once the id is denied hope, fear is nature’s way of reducing people to two simple choices: fight or flight.
Directed By Simon Amstell
February 2019 Views: 15,685
Total Trailer Views: New Entry
Synopsis: The bittersweet comedy tells the story of Benjamin (Colin Morgan) a rising star filmmaker, who is thrown into emotional turmoil on the brink of premiering his second film, when Billie, his hard partying publicist, introduces him to a mesmeric French musician called Noah.
Set among the back streets of North London and East London, BENJAMIN features original music from James Righton of the Klaxons and stars Colin Morgan, Phénix Brossard, Joel Fry, Jack Rowan, Jessica Raine & Anna Chancellor.
BENJAMIN will be released in UK Cinemas from the 15th March 2019.