Essex Warriors

Concept By
Eddie Bammeke
Story By
Eddie Bammeke
Screenplay By
Eddie Bammeke
Directed By
Eddie Bammeke

Synopsis

The year is 2014. After a long drawn out war, a dismal world cup and a financially disastrous Olympics the UK is now a barren country. Jobs are a thing of privilege and luck, Organised crime syndicates rule and dictate the working class and authorities turn a blind eye to this as police are under-staffed, rioting is now a monthly occurrence and crime is rife in England. Sport especially English football has fallen into decline, attitude to football has gone back twenty years, people are not going to games, investors have pulled out the game and foreign players no longer want to be in the premiership. The biggest change is that football violence is back in the game, laws in the land now govern that to be seen on the street in a gang is a year in prison no parole, so people gather on the terraces in their large numbers. As hooligans take back the stadiums, its most popular London and the Home Counties where there is at least now five hooligan gangs to every one team. However, with the case of West Ham United there is just one The Essex Warriors.

When a big meeting of all the gangs is organised at Hyde Park by Apollo - head of Arsenal Bloods, all hell breaks loose after Apollo is shot and killed. The Essex warriors are falsely accused of being the ones responsible, now they must make their way back alive to Southend-on-sea before retribution is taken, back to their own turf.

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