As I have said I have said a ton of times on this website horror comedies are hard. Many times they end up being neither comedic or horrible but sometimes you find the perfect blend and Night of the Creeps is that movie plus even better it’s from the 80’s!
“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!
‘Attack of the Adult Babies’ is the third feature from Mitchell-Brunt Films; the Yorkshire based husband and wife, directing/writing team that brought us the acclaimed, Before Dawn (2013) and Bait (2014). Attack of the Adult Babies is unlike anything they have produced before and a bold contrast from their previous cinematic outings.
From the writer of ‘Let the Right One In’ (John Ajvide Lindqvist), and director of horror festival favourite, ‘Shelley’ (Ali Abbassi), ‘Border’ is a Swedish-Danish comment on outsiders of society and the importance of being yourself.