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suNday 12 january

Tickets for each time slot include entrance to the main feature and the short films

The Devil's Familiar

UK : 58m : 2019 : Directed by Kieran 'Ran' Edwards

10.00 : The Ballroom, Park Inn by Radisson Palace : Tickets £6.00

 

​A Found Footage Horror Feature brought to you by Severed Head Entertainment..

A video camera is anonymously handed into Police.. The extracted footage is projected onto a screen we watch (the audience) as well as DCI Barker and other CID officers..
The only information we know so far is that the video content was filmed by two students named Elliott Mooney (student number 06852105) and Jake Mcintyre (student number 05437921)..
Elliott & Jake are studying Film & Video Production at Henwick University and this is there final film for the degree...
The film is a documentary about the 2006 Ribbesford Woods Murders where a man was found brutally murdered, Sally Edwards was sent down for the murder, but conspiracy theories of a mythical creature living in Ribbesford woods is potentially to blame? What actually happened in 2006? Was it a cover up? Or cold blooded murder?

+ Dark Soon : UK : 5m : Directed by Nina Romain

 Four young LA filmmakers head to a ghost town called Murphy's Ranch, aiming to shoot a docu about how the WW1 Nazis planned to colonise LA there. But as the LA sunshine fades, they realise this might be the last footage they shoot...

 

+ Dead Air : UK : 17m : Directed by Geoff Harmer

Set on a plane traveling to a final gig, Dead Air tells the story of Monster Kitten, an all female punk rock band who end up on a flight with some nasty little creatures with all hell breaking loose at 30,000 feet.

+ Jack : UK : 17m : James Wilsher

 

Whilst dealing with the recent loss of her husband, Anna (Samantha Anderson) is affected by noises, hauntings and strange visions, which may be in her head, or may be a message from beyond the grave. 

 

ALL FILMS ARE STRICTLY CERTIFICATE 18

 

Tenants (Inquilinos)

Mexico : 1h 32m : 2018 : Directed by Chava Cartas

12.30 : The Ballroom, Park Inn by Radisson Palace : Tickets £6.00

 

Luzma and Demian, a young couple, have just moved to an old neighbourhood trying to leave behind an incident that torments them. Hopeful, they do their best to take this change as an opportunity to start over. Nevertheless, Luzma begins to discover that their neighbours hide terrible secrets that lead to paranormal phenomena; however, Demian is starting to believe that Luzma is losing her mind. 
 

+ The Pit : UK : 18m : Jonathan Zaurin

 

Scotty Cooper was a fighting Machine, but he wanted more. With a family on the horizon, he threw in the towel. Now thrown into chaos... He will fight for his own survival.

 

D-Railed

USA : 1h 30m : 2018 : Directed by Dale Fabriger

15.00 : The Ballroom, Park Inn by Radisson Palace : Tickets £6.00

A woman boards a train that derails into a lake in the middle of the night.  She, along with other surviving passengers find themselves trapped within the sinking wreckage.  They discover what lies beneath the surface is far more terrifying as they fight to stay alive against a deadly predator determined to kill them one by one.

+ Bitten : USA : 11m : Directed by Sarah K Reimers

 

Under a full-moon, lives are forever altered when a mysterious and violent encounter sends a dog on a night of adventure and possibility.  Meanwhile, his lonesome owner goes out on the hunt, only to find her prey unexpectedly closer to home.  A supernatural, genre-defying tale.

+ Adam : UK : 8m : Directed by Gemma Paul

 

Adam, a re-animated being with a tortured soul seeks out his creator when the pursuit of his mate ends disastrously.

 

The Truth Will Out

UK : 1h 26m : 2019 : Directed by Jessica Hunt & Sam Mason Bell

17.30 : The Ballroom, Park Inn by Radisson Palace : Tickets £6.00

 

Thomas Laboss the host of Hard Streets Uk, hits the road interviewing families and different culture across the UK, uncovering the truth and being his usual exploitive self, but theres something a lil bit more sinister about this particular family, and he may not get out of this one alive.  A british docu-horror inspired by the #metoo movement

+ Bleed for Me : UK : 8m : Directed by Sam Mason Bell

 

+ Degrade : UK : 2m : Directed by Sam Mason Bell

 

+ The Trade : K : 8m : Directed by Sam Mason Bell

 

 

I Scream on the Beach

UK : 1h 27m : 2020 : Directed by Dr Michael Holiday & Alexander Churchyard

20.00 : The Ballroom, Park Inn by Radisson Palace : Tickets £6.00

 

WORLD PREMIER

 

The 1980s, in the small seaside town of Mellow Coast; Emily is trying to discover what has happened to her father. As she searches for answers her friends start getting picked off one-by-one by an unknown killer.  A tribute to the home video boom period of horror movies.

+ Blood Shed : UK : 14m : Directed by James Moran

 

Jack loves a bargain. And he loves sheds. When he buys suspiciously cheap second-hand parts to build his very own dream shed, he and long-suffering wife Helen find they’ve got more than they bargained for: a killer shed with an appetite for blood. As the body count rises, and the shed’s ferocious appetite grows, Jack is faced with a horrifying dilemma. A comedy horror about a man’s twisted love for his shed… that eats people

+ 6 Shooter : UK : 2m : Directed by David Wayman

 

Post Apocalyptic Commando Shark

USA : 1h 23m : 2018 : Directed by Sam Qualiana

22.30 : The Ballroom, Park Inn by Radisson Palace : Tickets £6.00

In the post-apocalyptic future, the world is at war. The newly instated Soviet Russian Army has invaded the USA with the assistance of an evil German scientist who has created an army of super human soldiers, half-man and half-shark.

+ Retch : UK : 5m : Directed by Keir Stewart

 

A frantic woman desperately tries to help her friend, Sonia, who is having an unusual seizure. She drags Sonia to the basement, who begins ripping off her own skin, as she undergoes a horrific transformation.