SATURday 22 january
Tickets for each time slot include entrance to the main feature and the short films
ALL FILMS ARE STRICTLY CERTIFICATE 18
All films are subject to last minute change without warning
The Last Zombi Hunter
UK : 1h 00m : 2010 : Directed by S N Sibley
10.00 : The Ballroom, Park Inn by Radisson Palace : Tickets £7.00
Starring Lloyd Kaufman
+ Darkness in Mind
UK : 48m : Directed by Steve Jolley
Five troubled individuals put their trust in a hypnotist, joining him for a weekend therapy session. They hope the hypnotist holds the key for happy and productive lives. Dark events from the past are unlocked transforming their lives into nightmares.
USA : 1h 18m : 2019 : Directed by Tom Botchii
12.30 : The Ballroom, Park Inn by Radisson Palace : Tickets £7.00
A comic book-obsessed serial killer's sinister plan to train his son to be his replacement is interrupted when the young boy lures a well-meaning stranger, Holton, back to their secluded farm threatening to expose their family's terrifying secret.
+ Zombie Park
UK : 4m : Directed by Kieran Ran Edwards
THE WORLDS ONLY DRIVE THROUGH ZOMBIE SAFARI PARK.. Choose your weapon of choice & enjoy a fun filled day killing AS MANY ZOMBIES as you desire. Take a drive through the breath-taking, post-apocalyptic scenery. "It really is a day out for all the Family".
+ Cold Caller
UK : 10m : Directed by Darren J Perry
Deep within an English garden under a dark canopy of trees, other-worldly powers are at work which soon become a theatre for a malevolent puppeteer.
+ The Woods are Plagued
UK : 3m : Directed by James E Taylor
+ Sleep Clown
UK : 14m : Directed by James E Taylor
The Good Things Devils Do
USA : 1h 21m : 2020: Directed by Jess Norvisgaard
15.00 : The Ballroom, Park Inn by Radisson Palace : Tickets £7.00
Richard, a small-time gangster is retiring. Before he can, he must take one last job: to steal money from a rival gangster's house. Miles apart, Melvin is a reluctant family man who has dreams of becoming a famous curator for his Museum of the Macabre. His newest acquisition? The remains of the notorious Masquerade, a vampire born from the embers of hell, slain centuries ago. On Halloween Night, their paths will collide and they'll be forced to work together to fight centuries-old evil with everything on the line.
Starring Bill Oberst Jr, Linnea Quigley and Kane Hodder
+ The Beholder
UK : 2m : Directed by Shaun Clark
A mans unhealthy obsession with an eye leads to terrible actions.
Country : 6m : Directed by Art of the Village
In a seaside town somewhere in the south east of England strange things are happening and no-one can explain why.
Puppets Punch & Judy, once so popular, are down on their luck and struggling to make ends meet. Covid and bad weather has meant that audience figures are well down this season and their professor has deserted them.
How is Judy going to put food on the table for the very demanding Mr Punch? Why do the streetlights keep going off? So many questions but what is the answer?
Sausages . . . . be afraid, be VERY afraid!
+ Road Trip
UK : 12m : Directed by Ronald J Wright
~A family trip like no other!
+ All Consumed
UK : 14m : Directed by Debbie Lane
Noodle is a lonely, solitary creature whose love of art is only outweighed by her desire to be normal. One day, whilst going about her daily chores, an unfortunate accident gives her an idea that seemingly solves all of her problems... but at what cost?
UK : 1h 45m : 2021 : Directed by James Smith
17.30 : The Ballroom, Park Inn by Radisson Palace : Tickets £7.00
Joe Brooke has dark interests. As well as working under the radar for low-level criminals as a surveillance operative, he also has a fascination with serial killers - his bookshelf is filled with biographies on the most notorious murderers of modern times. Ironically, however, Joe’s hometown of Clairmont is the home of the country’s latest serial killer. Three local women have been brutally murdered by an attacker dubbed The Clairmont Murderer, a copycat killer who re-enacts the sickening murders depicted in a series of violent crime novels, the fanatical popularity of which is sweeping through the country. Having recently watched a TV crime show highlighting the case, Joe finds himself embroiled in the world of The Clairmont Murderer when he witnesses some disturbing behaviour in the course of his work.
Scotland : 14m : Directed by Claudia Lee
Following a sudden death in her family, a woman travels to her mother’s childhood home in rural Scotland, seeking closure. While there she discovers her family were part of an ancient pagan community. Things turn darkly sinister when they try to recruit her.
USA : 1h 29m : 2019 : Directed by Jeff Wedding
20.00 : The Ballroom, Park Inn by Radisson Palace : Tickets £7.00
When a beautiful young woman (Jackie Kelly) is found bloodied on a country road, a farmer and his son offer her refuge in their home. This living situation quickly escalates from hysterical comedy to maddening horror once the woman's true nature is revealed.
+ Old Dice's Story
UK : 7m : Directed by Andrew Elias
Old Dice regales the new recruits with an extraordinary tale from the Great War.
+ No Signal
UK : 19m : Directed by Pablo Raybould and Ben Manning
From Shooting Lodge Productions comes another film from the ‘No’ compilation to follow the previous offerings of No Words, No Sleep and No Strings. As the nights begin to draw in, No Signal throws a light on the disadvantages of working at a remote environment."
Hate Little Rabbit
UK : 1h 16m : 2021 : Directed by Bazz Hancher
22.30 : The Ballroom, Park Inn by Radisson Palace : Tickets £7.00
After the death of her adopted parent’s Lacy Graham tries to build a relationship with her natural mother Samantha, this is made difficult by Samantha’s struggle with mental health. Just as they start to bond the unthinkable happens, Samantha is kidnapped. Who can Lacy trust, a strange ex copper, her weird friends or has a distant relative set his sights on revenge for her father’s actions? Time is running out if she wants to save the only family she has left.
Every act of violence brings us closer to death
+ Ring Around the Rosie
UK : 2m : Directed by Jamie H Scrutton
I found myself creating this little Nursery Rhyme, in to a Gothic Lyrical Experimental Animation at midnight, whilst on a break from my other Animated Project. It is just something that allowed me to develop my Experimental Animation making and to use previous Sketches and Archived Animation footage which I have never used before.
+ Lonnie Knutsengripper Presents: The Knocking Shop of Horrors
UK : 5m : Directed by Richard Rowbotham
Lonnie Knutsengripper is back with a bang! The legendary director and producer of over 300 films is making sure his latest movie is the one they'll remember him for. The Knocking Shop of Horror is the threequel to Lonnie's legendary duo of Interred and The Shithouse Strangler and if you thought those films were controversial then you ain't seen nothing yet baby! This film marks the first time Lonnie has ever made a threequel but as in life or a menage a trois the best things always come in threes.