Tags : Abertoir Horror Festival

Abertoir the 13th (2018) Part One

The happy campers arrived as the 13th edition of the Abertoir Horror Festival was finally underway at the Aberystwyth Arts Centre. Running from the 13th to the 18th of November, Abertoir once again pulled out all the stops to recreate the slasher camping movie theme to coincide with a celebration of horror’s most prominent sub-genre. […]Read More

Abertoir 2018: Blue My Mind (2017) Review

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.Read More

The Abertoir Horror Festival 2017: Part 2

Instead of watching films on the big screen first thing on the second day of the festival, I made my acting debut in an independent short shot down on Aberystwyth’s iconic sea front. Widower, directed by South Wales based filmmaker Tom Hughes will be available online by December the 12th.Read More

Giallo and J&B: The Abertoir Horror Festival 2017: Part One

In Notorious November, the Abertoir Horror Festival is the event to be at in the sleepy Welsh coastal town of Aberystwyth. The twelfth edition of the long running festival celebrated a killer six days of giallo greatness, featuring pivotal figures of the sub-genre in the shape of Sergio Martino and Lamberto Bava in attendance.Read More

The Abertoir Horror Festival 2016: Part Four

It was time to enjoy some more Fulci on day four with a screening of his 1977 giallo, Sette note in nero (7 Notes in Black, AKA. The Psychic). The film is mainly notable for its breathtakingly haunting score which Quentin Tarantino paid homage to in his 2003 blockbuster Kill Bill.Read More