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More cheap cameo roles but also interesting work.

 


Transhuman Berkoff

Trnshuman.  Berkoff plays Til in a film directed by  Nicholas Winter in 2017.

Transhuman Berkoff




London Heist Berkoff

London Heist.  Berkoff dircted by Top Gear director Mark McQueen in 2017.


London Heist Berkoff 

Berkoff, playimg Alfie, looks worried.

London Heist Berkoff

And it doesn't end well for him.

 

 

 

 

Fanged Up

Fanged Up.  Berkoff again appearing in a low budget straight-to-DVD film, presumably getting a nice salary for a couple of hours work.  Normally his name is used to help sell the film, but here he appears low in the credits and he does not appear in the trailer.  The DVD cover above shows scenes which are not in the film and don't fit the plot.

The hero Jimmy, played by Daniel O'Reilly, is sent to a prison.  However it is actually a vampire lair- one of the few (if not only) good lines is "This is not a prison, it is a larder".  Berkoff plays the governor.  The hospital doctor, played by "Eastenders" actress Danielle Harold, is the cliche woman expert, prim wirh extra large glasses...

 

Fanged Up Danielle Harold 

...but after some vampire fighting the glasses are out.

Fanged Up Danielle Harold 

Berkoff falls victim to his second-in-command (sorry, that was a spoiler, but few people reach this far in the fim).

Berkoff in Fanged

There is at times some interesting camerawork...

Fanged Up in the prison

... but generally not.  The film is very bad, with poor script, direction and acting. 

The film is directed by Christian James, and filmed in Portsmouth, UK in 2017.  Best name from the credits is Poppy Skillman-Wilson who is the costume assistant.  As well as film work she has campaigned to stop the sale of seahorses who are a protected species.

Fanged Up

Fanged Up credits

 

 


The Dot Man Berkoff

The Dot Man.  The film is directed by Brno Coppola in 2017.  Berkoff plays General West.

 

 

 

Point of No Return Berkoff

Point of  No Return.  Not the Briget Fonda film of the same name, but the story of an aircraft crash and faulty parts from 2018.  Kevin Glynn directs.





Red Devil Berkoff

Red Devil.  Berkoff is Lazarus in a film described as "An intertwining tale of sex, drugs, rock and woe".  Savaas D. Michael directs from 2019.

Berkoff in Red Devil





The Last Faust Berkoff

The Last Faust.  A filming of the two parts of Goethe's Faust with Berkoff  given top billing as as Dr. Goodfellow and Martin Hancock as Dr Faust and Glyn Dilley as Mefisto.

This Faust is set  in 2059 in a society where an artifical intelligence network is threatening humanity (shades of The Terminator).  Berkoff tells the tale of Faust, though the film only follows the bare bones of Goethe, and is an excuse for a set of scenes, some like (dated) pop videos such as Madonna's vogue.  There are homages to the chess players in Bergman's The Seventh Seal...

The Last Faust

... and to Marilyn Monroe

The Last Faust

The Last Faust
 

The Last Faust

The Last Faust

Berkoff has the narrators role providing an explanation for the scenes coming up.  Initially he is seen through the eyes of the android (again like The Terminator).

The Last Faust Berkoff


Berkoff as Dr Goodfellow


The Last Faust



 

The Rapture

The Rapture

Steven Berkoff in The Rapture

Berkoff back again with Spandau Ballet's Martin and Gary Kemp (The Krays).  This time it is DaVinci Code territory.  The first film for director William Steel.  2010.

 

 

 

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