Sat. Mar 25th, 2023

Irish director Jon Wright’s Unwelcome, a folk horror/psychological thriller/creature feature blend, stars Hannah John-Kamen as Maya (Ant-Man and the Wasp star). After fleeing their city home after an attack, Maya and her husband Jamie (Douglas Booth) flee to rural Ireland in search of peace within themselves and their new surroundings.

Eoin Whelan (Kristian Nairn)

Maya (Hannah John-Kamen, Ant-Man and the Wasp) and her husband Jamie (Douglas Booth, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies) inherit after fleeing a violent London home invasion is not quite what they had envisioned. Desperate for a fresh start, they hire contractors from nearby Whelan family to fix up the place and provide them with a peaceful haven for their unborn child.

Kristian Nairn stars as Eoin Whelan on Game of Thrones and he’s the oldest member of this clan. He’s a vicious old school thug who enjoys punching people.

The Whelans’ reckless attitude is the basis of one of the film’s most captivating scenes. They rob food, take smoking breaks and even rip off a door knob just for fun. Additionally, they introduce us to their brand of amazing physics as well as to Red Caps – mythical races of dwarfs who can thrust themselves through holes left by humans in ancient food.

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Baba Whelan (Colm Meaney)

Maya and Jamie’s home is invaded by two eccentric contractors who begin harassing them. They help themselves to their food, search through their belongings, and take frequent weed smoking breaks for personal pleasure.

Baba Whelan (Colm Meaney) is the man behind the construction business and has no qualms about allowing unscrupulous individuals to have their way with his young family. Additionally, his wife (Bairbre Dowling) joins them as part of the crew.

Colm Meaney is an Irish actor best known for his roles on Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. He has also made guest appearances on various TV shows such as Law & Order and The Simpsons.

He has also made several feature film appearances. He starred in John Huston’s Oscar-nominated drama The Dead and Omega Syndrome. Additionally, he acted in several films produced and directed by Alan Parker as well as appearing in several plays.

Maya (Hannah John-Kamen)

Hannah John-Kamen (Ava Starr/Ghost in Marvel’s Ant-Man and the Wasp and Thunderbolts) is an actress best known for her roles as Dutch in Killjoys, Ornela in Game of Thrones, F’Nale Zandor in Ready Player One, and Ghost in Ant-Man and the Wasp.

John-Kamen is the youngest of three children born in Beverley, Yorkshire to a Nigerian forensic psychologist father and Norwegian fashion model mother. She attended Hull Collegiate School before enrolling at National Youth Theatre London as an actor-performer.

When Maya (John-Kamen) and Jamie (Douglas Booth) inherit a farmhouse in rural Ireland, their search for peace proves more difficult than expected. They’re thrust into an alternate realm of fairy-tale creatures that have been stalking them for years, soon finding themselves on the wrong side of some unfriendly locals. Maya becomes convinced there’s something supernatural at work but soon realizes it may be far more dangerous than she ever could have imagined.

Jamie (Douglas Booth)

Hannah John-Kamen stars in Jon Wright’s hybrid folk horror/psychological thriller film. It successfully blends elements from various genres, with Maya (John-Kamen) and Jamie (Douglas Booth), the couple who decides to leave their city life behind and seek refuge in rural Ireland.

Unfortunately, Jamie and Maya’s friendly contractors don’t seem too thrilled about it. Not only do they help themselves to their food, but also rifle through belongings, smoke weed, and generally terrorize the couple at every turn. Unwelcome is easily the scariest movie I’ve seen this year – I was almost scared to tears at some points! If you enjoy a good scary movie, Unwelcome is definitely worth seeing for free on March 8 in select theaters.

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