Abertoir: Cardiff 2016
Once again, Abertoir, Wales' International Horror Festival, is uprooting from mid-Wales to take over Chapter Arts Centre's Halloween line-up!
Best of all, if you want to come for the full day, these four films will only set you back £20! You'll need to call up Chapter (029 2030 4400) for the full day pass, and all individual tickets are available HERE on Chapter's website. Read on to see what's in store...
Sunday, October 30th
Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff
|2pm||THE LOVE WITCH
|4:30pm||A DARK SONG
|6:45pm||BAD FILM CLUB
The Love Witch
Anna Biller, USA 2016, 120 mins, Adv cert 15
Elaine, a beautiful young witch, is determined to find true love. In her gothic apartment she makes spells and potions to seduce men, with much success. When she finally meets the man of her dreams, her desperation to be loved drives her to the brink of insanity and murder. Style and sorcery combine in this clever and gorgeous tribute to the technicolor thrillers of the 60s.
A Dark Song
Liam Gavin, Ireland 2016, 100 mins, Adv cert 15
Sophia, renting an old mansion in the remote Welsh countryside, hires an occultist (played by Steve Oram) in order to perform an ancient ritual so that she can speak to her dead child. But the gruelling ritual begins to test their sanity and even their souls when Sophie’s real intentions are revealed…
Bad Film Club
Phillipe Mora, USA 1985, 91mins, cert 18
The Bad Film Club are once again bringing true horror to Halloween with a shocking (shockingly bad) example of a cult cinema classic. This year it's the turn of battling werewolves and monster gangs in this 1985 "classic". Our hero Stefan must journey to Transylvania to save mankind by fighting and destroying Stirba, the immortal queen of all werewolves. Will he make it? Will the human race be saved? Will it want to be after watching this movie? Join us to find out...