In 2003, Welsh Director, Julian Richards produced one of the most chilling and provocative films ever put to screen, The Last Horror Movie.
Mia (Luna Wedler) is in the prime of adolescence. The fifteen-year-old soon finds herself enticed by the popular crowd at school, acting rebellious towards her overbearing parents all while undergoing some significantly radical physiological changes.
Celebrating ten years of terror, Celluloid Screams brought in a plethora of shocks, scares, mayhem, madness and even Michael Myers for its 2018 edition. Welsh Demoness who has attended the festival consecutively since 2011 talks her top five feature films that screened at the Showroom Cinema from October the 18th-21st, which marked one scaretastic special […]
‘There are 5 laws to create something from nothing’ is the tagline for UK director Harry Lindley’s debut feature film, technological horror/sci-fi hybrid, CTRL. Lex (Saabeah Theos) and her long-suffering boyfriend, Dru (Hainsley Lloyd Bennett) pay her reclusive brother, Leo (Julian Mack) a long overdue visit at his luxurious South London apartment.
“It’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt” reads the tagline for Ben Kent’s (Love Bug-2012) debut feature, F.U.B.A.R; a horror comedy that gives ‘zombie paintballing weekend’ a whole other meaning when a group of rowdy stags embark on an unforgettable trip they will soon come to regret!