Monday, 21 September 2015


So, On to the final day, Always a strange feeling for me and even though sat in the cinema so long since Thursday it seems to go so fast,  One of the highlights always being the quiz The Flinterigation but be warned people we have swatted this year (Not really but there are plans to!) The quiz will be in the cafe bar between screenings of Aaaaaaaah! and The Invitation so come along and challenge us if you dare!! Sunday this year for me personally looks the best day, but will it top the amazing last year? You know what? It doesn't matter, That is why I love this festival it's so different every year and always great to see Chris Cooke introduce the last movie with the relief that it all went well and gained loads more fans and so it should, All I can say is take look at below for Sunday showings and you will see why it's well worth coming along for no just for the Sunday but the whole brilliance of MAYHEM.
Jonny T.


12.00PM DEATHGASM Dir. Jason Hei Howden, 2015 (NZ) with Milo Cawthorne and James Blake

Two teenage boys unwittingly summon an ancient evil entity known as The Blind One by delving into black magic while trying to escape their mundane lives.

 GERMAN ANGST + special guest Michal Kosakowski Dirs. Michal Kosakowski, Jorg Buttgereit and Andreas Marschall 2015 (GER) 

Three German tales of love, sex and death in Berlin from Germany's most shocking directors.

THE WITCH Dir. Robert Eggers, 2015 (USA) with Ralph Ineson and Kate Dickie

A family in 1630s New England is torn apart by the forces of witchcraft, black magic and possession.

 AAAAAAAAH! + special guest Steve Oram Dir. Steve Oram, 2015 (UK) with Toyah Wilcox and Julian Rhind-Tutt

Human beings have the same violent tribal urges as wild apes in this surreal horror comedy, the directing debut of British actor and screenwriter Steve Oram.

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