A year after the mysterious disappearance of an 8 year-old girl, we meet her grieving family as they return home from her memorial service in their small town. Later that evening, strange lights appear in the nearby forest and the family is exposed to an inexplicably strange phenomenon that rattles them to the core. The origin of the lights appear to be visitors from another world that seemingly terrorize the family.
After the accidental death of his parents, Jack must sell his family home and start a new life. Cleaning out the house, Jack trashes his family belongings including his beloved childhood stuffed animal, Benny. It’s a move that turns deadly as Benny springs to life with one goal in mind, protect Jack at all cost!
Floor-filling comedy horror with an evil scorned teddy bear that brings together bloody mayhem and British black humor.
First impressions are so important.
A determined young woman and a damaged occultist risk their lives and souls to perform a dangerous ritual that will grant them what they want. The ritual performed in the movie is the Abramelin Operation, an occult rite attempted by gnostics such as Alleister Crowley, meant to obtain "the knowledge and conversation" of the ritualist's guardian angel. Great Irish indy horror that somehow missed out on a festival run or theatrical release in our country.
Introduction by Theodoor Steen, film journalist of Schokkend Nieuws magazine
Every year on Midwinter’s Eve in a centuries old ritual, the Sunstone must be returned to the Yew Tree Goddess or the Darkness will last forever. The Yew Tree is ancient, it is mystical, magical and poisonous. Young Morrigan doesn’t want to do it, but her mother and the Vicar insist.
This film was shot in one take, no edits, no cuts, no cheats!
A visual representation of Aleister Crowley's magick filmed at various locations including the Hellfire Caves and Marrakesh
In the near future civil war rages in The United Kingdom. A woman wakes up in a blindingly white cuboid cell. Using its sophisticated functionality, her captor tortures her for information; information she claims not to have - or does she?
Skilfully playing with the spectators expectations Paul Rachid's third film somehow reminds of a Vincenzo Natali movie (Cube, Nothing), but with a more relevant and contemporary approach, raising questions about the perception of truth and reality, and the use of interrogation methods.
Claustrofobia short: CONTROL
Michael, who spends most of his time in the pub, gets sucked into the seedy underbelly of Manchester. He discovers a frightening yet irresistible world: weird, addictive and full of violence, drugs and neon.
SMEAR is a lube-tastic horror-comedy inspired by Gremlins, Tremors and Little Shop of Horrors, about a woman going in for her first pap-smear test.
The history of British gay culture in the last century, as told by found footage consisting of news footage, feature films and everything in between. The soundtrack is full of counterculture queer(-friendly) dance artists like Alison Goldfrapp, Hercules & Love Affair and John Grant.
Happy-go-lucky triplets Lily, Milly and Billy are looking forward to a day at the beach, but their grumpy ol' dad won't let them have any fun. Time to make some mischief!
Two lesbian, vegan anarcho-punk roommates are in a battle with their landlord and get obsessed by their arachnid pet. A musical comedy with an anarchistic streak, and songs that will stick in your head long after the screening.
In this horror-comedy, at a New Year’s Eve party, Nico, a naive twenty year old, sets out ready to lose his virginity at all costs that same night. In the middle of the party, his gaze crosses Medea, a cunning and attractive mature woman.
What begins as a dark horror movie about a murderer for hire gets an unexpected twist. The murderer, not a very nice person, gets in over his head when one hit for hire has hints of the supernatural. Will he escape with his life and soul intact? Clever and twisted genre-mash up from Brazil.
A young woman gets a disease where her skin literally decays of her body. There is a cure: skin of other people. Sci-ﬁ horror with a screenplay by Richard Stanley, and a marvelous role for scream queen Barbara Crampton as the main antagonist.