- Definition of Fear (James Simpson) - Four beautiful girls at a charming holiday cabin. But all is not what it seems…they are not alone
- Banjo (Liam Regan) - A young man is manipulated by his imaginary friend to take revenge on his tormenting co-workers
- Survivors (Adam Spinks) - A virus sends the UK into a state of emergency. Without laws, how far would you go to survive?
- The House on the Witchpit (Pat Higgins) - World Premiere! No advance details: This is ‘Secret Cinema’, Pat Higgins-style! Just be amazed!
- The Snarling (Pablo Raybould) - World Premiere! A village hosts the cast and crew of a zombie film. But the horror turns real…
- Nina Forever (Ben Blaine and Chris Blaine) - Nina, Rob’s deceased girlfriend, returns to torment him whenever he has sex with his new girlfriend
- Bacchanalia (Gary Meyer) - A wine tasting turns into wicked, murderous debauchery, with the morning after still to be faced [Formerly The Winedancers - MJS]
- Cleaver: Rise of the Killer Clown (Mj Dixon) - In 1990, Carlton the Clown slaughtered his unfaithful wife and her lover. Now ‘Cleaver’ is back…
- Art of Darkness (Steve Laurence) formerly Art House Massacre - A lunatic is hell-bent on transforming a captive woman into his latest blood-splattered masterpiece
- FestEvil (Paul Taylor)
- Lab Rats (David 'dwyz' Wayman)
- Terry and Brenda (Jamie Hooper)
- The Wager (Joss Maines)
- Blanche Dumas from B to Z (Walter Martyn Cabell)
- Red Wolf Pines (Mike Tack)
- Beyond Redemption (Andrew Gilbert)
- Cephalopod (Lewis Peake)
- The Weird World of Molly Brown (Molly Brown)
- The Man Who Walked Too Far (Peter Bluck)
- Blue Moon (Martyn Pick)
- The Outer Darkness (Ben Franklin and Anthony Melto)
- Cyme Styrung (Alex Wylie)
- Slaypril Fools Day Part V: The Last Laugh (Mj Dixon)
- Stained (Phil Haine)
- Beachcomber (Richard Elson)
Plus some great non-UK stuff including Debbie Rochon’s Model Hunger.
And then the next weekend, just to rub it in, there’s all this too:
- The Apostate: Call of the Revenant (Andy Dodd) - A man is found with four bodies. Flashbacks and interviews slowly piece the story together
- My Horrible Love (Charles Edmond) - Four foul mouthed family members attempt to settle their differences at a caravan park in Essex
- Hollower (Mj Dixon) - Agoraphobic Nathan keeps to himself. When he meets Izzy something awakens…something evil
And a load more non-UK stuff including Dave Campfield’s hilarious Caesar and Otto’s Paranormal Halloween.
I hope you all have a great time. If any of the film-makers want to send me a screener, I'd love to watch it. On my own,
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