In its 50th anniversary year we’re pleased to provide this chance to see one of the genre’s best on the big screen.
Sasha is a young vampire with a serious problem: she’s too sensitive to kill.
Hellhound Rainer (Elina Löwensohn) roams through the abyss, narrating the six lives of Conan (Claire Duburcq, Christa Théret, Sandra Parfait, Agata Buzek, Nathalie Richard and Françoise Brion). Conan is perpetually put to death by her own future, through different eras, myths and ages; from childhood, as a slave to Sanja (Julia Riedler) and her barbarian […]
Part 1 of this year’s Short Film Competition screening.
12 year old Zaffan discovers a terrifying secret about her body.
A documentary that truly lifts the curtain on an incredible and fascinating exploitation sub-genre – Bruceploitation.
Strange visions plague the religiously devout and psychologically tormented residents of a convent.
The greatest line-up of heroes, villains and, er, Emanuelle, join forces to battle Bruce-Lee-But-Not-Really-Bruce-Lee.
Part 2 of this year’s Short Film Competition screening.
It’s Coming Intl. Premiere
A Brooklyn wife and mother of 5 who’s been beset by supernatural entities since the age of 11, attempts to rid her house of malevolent spirits now afflicting her children.
Based on the preachings of Reverend Estus W. Pirkle, this film warns what will happen to America if the citizens do not give up their depraved ways.
An anarchic, uproarious, and ultimately heart-breaking documentary telling the riotous inside story of London’s legendary Scala cinema, 1978-1993.
Criminal Fixer Cliff Van Aarle’s unique psychological condition gives him an edge in the criminal underworld.
Following a decades-long fascination with the horror genre, a married couple buys an abandoned duplex to use as a location for filming their low-budget scary movie.
For more than a decade, Cliff Twemlow was the UK’s most prolific indie filmmaker. In Manchester, he was – and remains – a legend.
Vice Squad + Q&A
Gary Sherman, the legend behind cult favourite Death Line, takes on the seedier side of life in this violent and brutal tale.
Screening in honour of the film’s 50th anniversary, this is transgressive and challenging filmmaking and a late-night screening you’ll want to be awake for.
Mikoto, her colleagues, and hotel guests all begin to feel something strange.
The Vampire Lovers + Q&A
In 1970, the BBFC raised the age requirements for the ‘X’ certificate from 16 to 18, and The Vampire Lovers was the first Hammer Horror to embrace the possibilities.
A disgraced journalist tries to salvage her career by turning to investigative podcasting.
Kelly-Anne wakes up every morning by the courthouse to secure a seat at the high-profile trial of serial killer Ludovic Chevalier.
A video nasty, the film was only passed uncut by the BBFC last year, and is not for the faint hearted.
Verden Fell is convinced his deceased wife Ligeia is haunting him and his ill-advised second marriage to a woman who resembles her.
Journalist Frazer Truick investigates the mysterious death a trainee’s brother, convinced that the tragedy was murder, committed by a bizarre religious cult.
The Moor + Q&A
Claire is approached by the father of her murdered childhood friend to help investigate the haunted moor he believes to be his son’s final resting place.
Raging Grace + Q&A
Joy is an undocumented Filipina immigrant who is struggling to do the best she can for her daughter, Grace when she secures the perfect job: taking care of an extremely wealthy but terminal old man.