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Full Moon Fever

Director Jonathan King will be a guest of the festival and will be introducing the first screening of Black Sheep ... “A freaky-fun flick that's equal parts loony lamb-poon, revolting ram-page, and, yes, shear madness.” - efilmcritic.comFirst-time feature filmmaker Jonathan King proves his ... Read more
“Begins as an ominous rumble of unease, and builds to a shriek. The last 20 minutes are searingly intense.” - Chicago Sun-Times William Friedkin - director of The French Connection and The Exorcist - gets claustrophobically cosy in this macabre thriller based on a play by Tracy Letts that's ... Read more
The ‘zom-com' sub-genre gets a technicolor makeover in this frisky take on the adventures of the undead. The town of Willard exists in a kind of retro future where everyone wears smiles on their faces, lives in white-picketed comfort… and owns control-collared zombies to perform menial ... Read more
“For those who like their frights highly polished and fuss-free - this is as professional and effective as minimal horror gets.” - BBC Filmmakers David Moreau and Xavier Palud make their feature debut with a no-frills - high on terror, low on blood spillage - tension builder that draws one long ... Read more
“Do you ever feel weird about me, your weird son?” Nine year-old Joshua, the well-mannered and highly intelligent son of affluent Manhattan parents (Sam Rockwell and Vera Famiga), has a new baby sister. But her arrival is having an unsettling effect. For no apparent reason, the baby won't stop ... Read more
“The Last Winter updates The Thing for our own epoch. Only this time, the villain isn't something from outer space: it's us.” - Toronto Film Festival Starring Ron Perlman as a gruff he-man, The Last Winter takes us to a remote base in northern Alaska where a motley crew of adventurers encounter ... Read more
“Only the most insatiable Oliver Twist will end up holding out his bowl for more gore.” - The Guardian. ... Pitched as ‘The Office meets Deliverance', writer/director Christopher Smith (Creep, 2004) concocts this unique spin on the traditional slasher film in what Toronto Film Festival called ... Read more
Worm-like creatures nestled up a girl's nose, futuristic societies reprogramming its unruly youth and an appetiser for Guy Maddin buffs… It takes only a few minutes to manifest the macabre or send fear into the hearts of viewers, as this collection of short chillers resolutely proves. A ... Read more
“Truly inspired independent filmmaking that will stalk viewers from every dark corner while examining the surprising human madness lying deep within.” - Sundance Film Festival Three filmmakers collaborate on three separate ‘transmissions' (i.e. parts) in this clever blend of blood and guts ... Read more
“Gleefully disgusting.” - Variety Snoop Dogg - narrating in his own ‘Snoop speak' - presides over this gore-sodden triumvirate of morality tales as a supernatural Hound of Hell. Each chapter teaches us that greed and violence is bad, reaching envelope-pushing levels of camp. Hear some of the ... Read more
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