Reviews from the 2019 Edition of Celluloid Screams: Sheffield Horror Film Festival from Hayley’s Horror Reviews & Darren Gaskell.
Celluloid Screams: Sheffield Horror Film Festival returned for its 11th edition from the 24th-27th October 2019. The long-running festival run by Robert Nevitt and Polly Allen prides itself on supplying horror hounds with the latest and greatest fright flicks that the genre has to offer.
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 […]
Creepy (2016) is the latest thriller from director Kiyoshi Kurosawa, best known for Pulse (2001) and The Cure (1997). Following a horrific incident, Takakura (Hidetoshi Nishijima) leaves his his job as a police detective and begins a new role as a university lecturer in the field of criminal psychology.
Celluloid Screams the Sheffield Horror Film Festival returns to Showroom Cinema, Sheffield this October for its fourth edition, with a weekend packed full of premieres, previews, special guests and more. The full lineup will be announced in September, but they are pleased to announce the first wave of titles for Celluloid Screams 2012.
Celluloid Screams Sheffield Horror Film Festival is back bringing horror fans a mix of new releases, gory shorts and stone cold classics including Re-Animator, Dust Devil and Halloween.