Lighthouse (Dead of Night in the USA) is a 2000 British horror film directed by (Simon Hunter). It was shot in primary Cornwall for the main locations (lighthouse, beaches rockshores) & Hastings/East Sussex. The film follows survivors of a shipwrecked being preyed on by an escaped psychotic convict who beheads his victims.
|Actor / Actress||Character|
|James Purefoy||Richard Spader|
|Christopher Adamson||Leo Rook|
|Rachel Shelley||Dr. Kirsty McCloud|
|Don Warrington||Prison Officer Ian Goslet|
|Paul Brooke||Captain Campbell|
|Christopher Dunne(as Chris Dunne)||Chief Prison Officer O'Neil|
|Peter McCabe||Prison Officer Hopkins|
|Sarah Wateridge||McCloud's Mother|
The original writer of LIGHTHOUSE - and now given a STORY credit - is British writer, Graeme Scarfe who has gone on to write other screenplays SEAGULLS ON SPEED, GAMBIT, MARTA'S VINEYARD and the screen adaptation of Richard Hayden's novel THE INFLUENCING ENGINE. He is contacted via The Tennyson Agency, London, UK.