Knuckledust

DIRECTOR

James Kermack

PRODUCTION

Featuristic Films

CAST

Moe Dunford, Kate Dickie

Soundtrack

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    01 Knuckledust Theme
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    09 Interrogation
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    14 Is This Where We Bond
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    17 MacCready’s Countdown
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    19 Untouchable
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    24 Rope – A-Dope
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    25 Time To Fight

About the project

Starring Moe Dunford (Vikings), Kate Dickie (The Witch) and Camille Rowe (Now Is Everything) in James Kermack’s action thriller.

When a special police task force kick open the doors of elite underground fight den – Club Knuckledust, they find seven levels of hell, filled with the dead bodies of countless fighters, assassins and goons. Only one man, beaten to a pulp, barely breathing, is still alive: Hard Eight. With a shady Government official en route to take him away, Chief Inspector Katherine Keaton and her team have ninety minutes to interrogate Hard Eight to find out if is the lone survivor or a multiple murderer. With lies flying from everyone’s mouths and corruption becoming apparent, Keaton starts to wonder “Who is the real criminal?

Soundtrack

In addition to writing the score for the film Walter was asked to produce songs for two of the main characters. Walter teamed up with actor and singer Christy O’Donnell with whom he produced the song ‘Harmony’. The second song ‘Time To Fight’ was a collaboration with Chris Pichler who also performed the rap-vocals for this energetic track, with lyrics written by James Kermack. The song was used for ‘Hard Eight’ to provide the character with an epic entrance.

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Some impressions

“Knuckledust is a smart and gritty film that has the potential to become an iconic reference of the action-thriller genre.”

Sergei Bodrov – Venice Film Festival jury

PRESS

Screenjabber

“A synth heavy soundtrack rounds it out and gives some real depth, which makes it feel like a very different proposition from the average British film about an underground fighting ring”

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UK FIlm Review

“It is a laser-guided missile of masculine energy focused squarely on the pleasure centre of your brain”

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Nerdly

“Drawing on all the best parts of Richie, Rodriguez or Tarantino… I think James Kermack has done something special here”

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