SUNday 23 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
All the Fear of the Fair (Director's Cut)
UK : 58m : 2020 : Directed by Chris Jupp
10.00 : The Ballroom, Park Inn by Radisson Palace : Tickets £7.00
After a roller-coaster accident kills a large party of school children the fair closes down. The owner vows to make amends by building a non-profit youth club filled with all the memorabilia he's had to remove from the now deserted fairground. An unscrupulous property developer Mark Shepherd, promises to finish the club for the old man as old age and illness has halted progress on the club. But once it's signed over to Shepherd he goes back on his word and proposes to change it into a lap-dancing club. All is going well, until a council planning officer arrives to inspect the building work and claims to be able to see the ghosts of the dead kids. The petrified developer refuses to believe her until one of the builders finds all the fairground paraphernalia behind a false wall, including a laughing clown. Then all hell breaks lose.
+ Bunker or Tales I Heard When the Earth Fell
Portugal : 39m : Directed by Joao Estrada
In a world polluted by atomic radiation, five survivors find shelter in an underground bunker. The sudden discovery of a rare and miraculous medicine will become a source of quarrel within the group.
+ Original Sin
UK : 9m : Directed by Chris Jupp
A beautiful farmers daughter (Alice Mulholland) meets a naive city worker (Chris Mills) cycling through her fathers (Patrick Olliver) farmland. Using her powers of seduction, she tries to coax him into stealing one of her Dad’s prize apples. A modern day take on the Adam and Eve story
'Stay Away from my apples!'“
USA : 1h 23m : 2020 : Directed by Kelly Schwarze
12.30 : The Ballroom, Park Inn by Radisson Palace : Tickets £7.00
After escaping the clutches of an abusive relationship, Katie reluctantly returns to the foster home she grew up in. Little does she know, her foster mother Marge is harbouring a sinister secret dating back a decade. Now, Katie finds herself caught up in a horrifying family drama while confronting an angry spirit named Abigail.
+ Peter the Penguin
UK : 10m : Directed by Andrew Rutter
Peter the Penguin is a love letter to the children's TV shows of the late 80's and early 90's, back when everything was hand crafted and sometimes felt a little scary. It's also inspired by the social pressures of everyday life, micro horrors of the day-to-day world, like meeting someone new for the first time and the expectations that come with it. This film takes those ideas to absurd heights whilst also poking fun at British politeness and socially awkward situations.
UK : 5m : Directed by Sheridan Sinclair
Psychopathologist Professor West works by day at Arkham Sanatorium, but at night is conducting his own research into a cure for all forms of anxiety.
He is determined to find the answer at any cost.
UK : 8m : Directed by Sheridan Sinclair
Tommy is young, cocky & does what he wants when he wants.
With his best mate John & girlfriend Jenny, he spends most of his time causing trouble for others.
All three will discover that actions have consequences when they bully the wrong guy.
UK : 1h 15m : 2021 : Directed by Joe Cash
15.00 : The Ballroom, Park Inn by Radisson Palace : Tickets £7.00
A group of girls come across two people who have been tortured only to find out they themselves are about to be picked off one by one in the most bizarre ways.
UK : 7m : Directed by Velton J Lishke
A Samaritan worker takes the worst call of her life from a man on the edge . will she be able to talk him out of what he has planned.
UK : 16m : Directed by Andre Harrison
Skinned tells the tale of a loving couple pushed beyond their limits when what they have been slaving away for is suddenly taken away and the brutal vengeance that is brought upon those who took it.
+ She Dogs of the SS
UK : 2m : Directed by Joe Cash
+ Slutty the Clown
UK : 10m : Directed by Joe Cash
UK : 1h 16m : 2021: Directed by Christopher Jolley
17.30 : The Ballroom, Park Inn by Radisson Palace : Tickets £7.00
A young Nurse is assigned to look after a patient in a remote location in the English countryside. As the night continues she finds herself terrorized by an unseen force that is connected with her patient.
+ Blood, Sweat and Gimp Masks
UK : 17m : Directed by John Carpenter
Step into the shoes of another sick and twisted blood bath as Indie Horror shock specialists White Raven films shoot their latest gruesome release Hate Little Rabbit. Blood, Sweet & Gimp Masks goes behind the scenes and reveals the personalities involved in this psychological gore fest.
UK : 40m : Directed by Niki Cornish
Locked is a film noir short written and directed by Niki Cornish and filmed by blind photographer, Ian Treherne. Starring Wendy Morgan, with a cast and crew of Niki's unique friends, this stylish, cinematic motion picture uses magnificent musical notes and stark lighting effects to lure the audience into a chilling anecdote of a fallen soldier's horrifying revenge.
Harvest of the Dead : Halloween Night
UK : 1h : 2021 : Directed by Peter Goddard and Terence Elliott
20.30 : The Ballroom, Park Inn by Radisson Palace : Tickets £7.00
It's the day after the events of the first film and Sally Burns and her friends are preparing for a Halloween party. As the evening of fun kicks off, unbeknownst to them, The Plague Doctor and The Creature are preparing to join them.
Starring Dani Thompson
+ Mermaid in a Jar
Finland : 6m : Directed by Tomi Malakias
Mermaid´s in a jar, and unless I loosen the top, she’s not coming out to kill me.
+ The Last Christmas in the Universe
Spain : 19m : Directed by David Munoz and Adrian Cardona
December 25 of next year. Humanity has gone to hell and only a few survive eating each other. Santa Claus comes to bring toys, but in a world without good children, he will have to use them as deadly weapons.
+ Santa Baby
UK : 11m : Directed by Jonathan Zaurin
Santa's been particularly hard working this year, finding the naughty amongst you - in fact maybe he's trying too hard.
Holland : 1h 20m : 2019 : Directed by Randy Kent & John Lukseitch
22.30 : The Ballroom, Park Inn by Radisson Palace : Tickets £7.00
A throwback to the tongue-in-cheek, Italian giallo films of the 1970s, "Blood Tulips" tells the story of Starla, a Los Angeles artist who travels to Amsterdam in search of her sister, Tess, who has been kidnapped, drugged and sold into the sex trade of the Red-Light District. Once in Holland, Starla meets a local actor named Oliver who helps her locate and rescue Tess from a brothel run by the sadistic Madam Reeks. But little do they know, the infamous Black Tulip Killer is hot on their trail and he will stop at nothing to cover his tracks.
Dedicated to the memory of the lead actress Bouvier who sadly passed away shortly after the World Premier of Blood Tulips at the Horror-on-sea Film Festival 2020.
This film has replaced The Demonic Dead
UK : 4m : Directed by Sophie Mair
A widow employs the dark arts to see her husband once more.