UNDERGODS: Movie Review

When a bedtime story is.... more than a bedtime story

Director and Writer: Chino Moya
Starring: Johann Myers, Géza Röhrig, Michael Gould
Genre: Horror, Science Fiction
Language: English

Madrid-born Chino Moya's feature film debut 'UNDERDOGS' full of nightmarious tales told by K (Johann Myers) and Z (Géza Röhrig),
two body collectors, who drive around the city picking up bodies, dead or alive.

Moya tells the story of K and Z's dreams as three different stories that start with Ruth (Hayley Carmichael) and Ron (Michael
Gould), who welcome a complete stranger, Harry (Ned Dennehy), into their home.

Next, is the story of a father Octavius (Khalid Abdalla) and his daughter Horatia (Maddison Whelan), who bond over the bedtime story about Hans (Eric Gordon), a business man who steals from the man called "Foreigner" (Jan Bivjoet). Hans' daughter, Maria (Tanya Reynolds) is the one person in the world he loves more than money and with that comes her boyfriend, Johann (Tadhg Murphy), an uninvited visitor.

The last of Moya's tale is about a married couple, Rachel (Kate Dickie) and Dom (Adrian Rawlins) and their teenage son
(Jonathan Case), who allows Sam (Sam Louwyck), someone Rachel knew, into their home.

UNDERGODS showcases Moya talent for storytelling and and having Ridley Scott on board as Executive Producer also shows the  additional talents that will serve him well in the filmmaking.

Production Co: Homeless Bob Production, Media Plus, RSA Films, Velvet Films, Black Dog Films, Scott Free Productions,
Sharp House, Film i Vast, Filmgate Films, Z56film, BFI Film Fund
Run time: 1 hour 32 minutes
Starring: Johann Myers, Géza Röhrig, Michael Gould, Hayley Carmichael, Michael Gould, Ned Dennehy, Khalid Abdalla, Maddison Whelan,  Eric Gordon,  Jan Bivjoet,  Tanya Reynolds, Tadhg Murphy, Kate Dickie, Adrian Rawlins, Jonathan Case, Sam Louwyck
Director and Writer: Chino Moya
Cinematography: David Raedeker
Editor: Walter Fasano, Tommaso Gallone, Maya Maffioli
Music: Wojciech Golczewski