THE father of a victim of the 1985 Braemar Hill murders has expressed outrage over a film based on the case, which is showing under a new name after protests. The Category III film was put on hold three weeks ago following an appeal to the Television and Entertainment Licensing Authority (TELA) by the parents of Kenneth McBride. Island School students Kenneth, 17, and Nicola Myers, 18, were killed in a park near Braemar Hill Mansions in April 1985 by five men, three of whom were sentenced to death. The film, originally called The Braemar Hill Murders, has re-appeared in theatres renamed The Suburb Murders. This was done to avoid any direct connections to the 1985 murders, said a spokesman for the film's distributor, Hollywood International Entertainment. ''The film was re-censored by TELA's Board of Review. The distributor was asked to change the name, but now it has been completely approved for release, even by the parents of the victims,'' she said. But Kenneth's father, Hugh McBride, said: ''In no sense have we given approval to this obscenity.''