• UK
  • 2013
  • MA 15+
  • 82 MIN
  • 24 Jul 2013

Extra Features

  • Commentary with Director Leigh Dovey and Producer Colin Arnold
  • Trailer
  • Stills slideshow
  • The making of The Fallow Field

Cast and Crew

  • Michael Dacre
  • Steve Garry
  • Angus Kennedy
  • Natalie Overs
  • Sarah Pemberton
  • Anna Ruben
  • Written and directed by: Leigh Dovey
  • Produced By: Colin Arnold
  • Cinematography by: Nick Kindon

Trailers and video

Theatrical Trailer


About Fallow Field

THE FALLOW FIELD is one of the most original but twisted British horror films to be seen in years, and the debut feature from British filmmakers Leigh Dovey & Colin Arnold.

Not for the first time, amnesiac Matt Sadler (Steve Garry) awakes alone in the middle of a wilderness with no recollection of the past seven days. Finding his way home he discovers a life rapidly falling apart: his wife is convinced he s hiding an affair, the police are suspicious of his repeated disappearances and now he is plagued by terrifying nightmares when he closes his eyes.

As disturbing slithers of memory gradually return to Matt he retraces his steps to uncover his missing actions during the blackouts. Matt s search leads him out of the city and in to the countryside, to a remote farm owned by loner Calham (Michael Dacre). The cold farmer is suspicious of Matt but instantly sparks a dark sense of déjà vu in his visitor. But Calham turns on Matt, imprisoning and interrogating him, before forcing him on a terrible journey of abduction and slaughter to show the amnesiac the twisted games they used to play together. As Matt s fogged memory slowly begins to clear and he learns the two men share a violent history, the horrors of their past come skipping out of the darkness to greet them….

Genuinely dark and quintessentially English, The Fallow Field is a throwback to brutal horrors and thrillers made in the 70s. Capturing some of the genre s bleak tones and threat, its twisting plot, slowly building sense of dread as well as sudden shocks and visceral scenes make The Fallow Field a genuinely terrifying film.

The Fallow Field is genuinely chilling, dark, well acted and well constructed

The London Film Review

Compulsive viewing

Starburst Magazine

A solid horror with an engaging original story line and very well made


A genuine high point for ultra-low budget British horror

Moviescope Magazine

THE FALLOW FIELD is a handsome, thrilling and strange movie.

John Landis (American Werewolf in London, The Blues Brothers)

A rich, dark, scary, mind-bending fantasy that is as fascinating as it is disturbing...one of the most original and unnerving indie horrors I have seen

MJ Simpson

THE FALLOW FIELD is a sterling addition to the growing crop of intelligent British horror films.

The Zone

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