A sonic perofrmance experience – every 30 minutes – Tues to Fri: 5.30pm-8.30pm. Sat/Sun: 1pm – 8.30pm.
Classifying The Horror Film Presentation
In this presentation, David explains how the BBFC treats horror films through the rating system, including clips from films as well as the rationale behind the ratings awarded.
David Gregory talks to writer Tristan Thompson about his passion for horror and exploitation films, his industry beginnings, and provides a fascinating insight into the logistics and battles of creating a niche horror label for the UK in the 90s.
Gaz returns with this year’s trivia bonanza.
Your hosts, Dr. Bramwell and Eliza Skelton, will get things warmed up with a little live music, lead you through the actions and lyrics for the songs then, at the Witching Hour, you’ll be given a goody bag full of surprises, we’ll roll the film and may god have mercy on your soul.
Blade (IN A NIGHTCLUB!) OFF-SITE
The infamous Abertoir off-site screening returns with a bang this year, as we celebrate our 18th in style at Aberystwyth’s iconic Pier Pressure nightclub with a 25th anniversary screening of Blade.
Abertoir regulars know what to expect by now – verbal abuse and a truly terrible film – and those of you who’ve never had the pleasure…well, brace yourselves!
Join Robin Ince and guests for a live recording of his podcast series An Uncanny Hour.
We’re thrilled to welcome Gary Sherman and Jeremy Dyson to the stage to present a first taste of a brand new project – a world exclusive for Abertoir!
We’re pleased to have the chance to screen two short films, The Wyrm of Bwlch Pen Barras and The Sin-Eater, out-of-competition, celebrating upcoming Welsh horror.
From sin-eating to spectral hell hounds, join Dr Delyth Badder as she takes us on a dark tour through Wales’s folkloric relationship with death.
Robin Ince loves books. Since 2021, he’s toured hundreds of bookshops across the UK, exploring his life-long obsession.