Horror Channel in the Elevator this April

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April sees Horror Channel broadcast the UK TV premieres of Steven Mena’s critically-acclaimed psychological slasher Bereavement, Kelly Smith’s serial killer shocker Don’t Let Him In and Stig Svendsen’s white-knuckle suspense thriller Elevator .


clip_image004Bereavement(2010)
Sat Apr 6 @ 22:55 (UK Premiere
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This gripping story of a child who is abducted and forced to bear witness to a madman’s crimes is American director Steven Mena’s prequel to his previous film Malevolence. Starring Michael Biehn, Alexandra Daddario, John Savage and Nolan Gerard Funk, Mena successfully creates an epic horror tale about one person’s nightmarish descent into a world of total madness

Don’t Let Him In (2011)
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What happens if you invite a serial killer on holiday? This nerve-bludgeoning horror thriller, directed by UK first-timer Kelly Smith, follows the brutal story of two couples spending a weekend in the country, only to discover they are in the company of a vicious killer dubbed ‘The Tree Surgeon’. The cast includes Sophie Linfield (FOOTBALL FACTORY) and Gordon Alexander (SUCKER PUNCH).

clip_image008Elevator (2011)
Sat Apr 27 @ 22.55 (UK Premiere)

It’s the night of a gala cocktail party for the Barton Investment Company at their swanky Manhattan high-rise offices. Nine people enter the lift headed for the penthouse but on the way up a practical joke stalls the elevator fifty floors up. Suspenseful twists and turns reveal one of the occupants is carrying a bomb. American Director Stig Svendsen takes us on a deftly paced white-knuckle ride.

Horror Channel TV: Sky 319 / Virgin 149 / Freesat 138
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