Britain's horror festival season continues, with details
announced for Sheffield's Celluloid Screams, which
kicks off on Friday 21st October at 7pm, with an opening
gala screening of Inbred, with several
members of the cast and crew in attendance. The rest
of the event is a mix of new movies and classic titles.
The former group are represented by the likes of Helldriver
on Friday evening, while the first night ends with
Jose Larraz's classic Vampyres.
sees Richard Stanley's Dust Devil
- prsented in the director's cut - along with horror
comedy Some Guy Who Kills People,
German giallo Masks, The
Theatre Bizarre, Tomie: Unlimited
and a late night show of Re-Animator.
final day sees a screening of Halloween
(the John Carpenter version), followed by Whisperer
in Darkness, zombie film Harold's
Going Stiff (with cast and crew Q&A),
Argentinian shocker Cold Sweat, and
things wind up with the Celluloid Screams Secret Film
- previous movies in this slot have been Paranormal
Activity and Amer, so entertainment
levels could go either way!
across the weekend is a short film programme, and
additional attractions include an art exhibition,
and stalls including FAB Press.
Festival Passes are now on sale, priced at £60
(£50 concessions) and individual tickets will
be on sale soon. For ticket booking and venue information
For more festival info, visit http://www.celluloidscreams.co.uk.