10.30AM - SUNDAY 30TH - UK PREMIERE -

OVER YOUR DEAD BODY

 

Director: Takashi Miike. Cast: Ko Shibasaki, Ebizo Ichikawa, Miho Nakanishi, Hideaki Ito, Hitomi Katayama. Japan 2014. 93 mins.

Cult fantasy festival poster boy Takashi Miike goes to the theatre. Kabuki star Miyuki Goto decides to play Oiwa in a new play based on the classic ghost story ‘Yotsuya Kaidan’. She pulls some strings to get her lover cast too even though he's a relatively unknown actor. Other performers also secretly and jealously lust after Miyuki and off-stage the cast's possessive love and obsessions exist as amplified reality as they portray the shocking on-stage Samurai betrayals. Soon fantasy and reality blur as psychological illness and the supernatural play their part in a bloody and disturbing curtain call.

12.50PM - SUNDAY 30TH - UK PREMIERE – THESE FINAL HOURS

Director: Zak Hilditch. Cast: Nathan Phillips, Angourie Rice, Jessica de Gouw, Kathryn Beck, Daniel Henshall, Sarah Snook and Lynette Curran. Australia 2014. 87 mins.

It has taken the fantasy festival circuit by storm and now you can finally see what everyone has been raving about in this gripping look at the spectrum of human behaviour in the face of impending doom. The fiery effects of a crash-landed asteroid are wiping out the planet and heading for their last devastating stop: Australia. And there's nothing anyone in the coastal city of Perth can do but wait. And party.  Go horrendously crazy. Or find redemption where they least expect it. Witness the last days of man on Earth in this amped-up, adrenaline-fuelled apocalyptic vision with balls.

3.15PM - SUNDAY 30TH - WORLD PREMIERE – MOST LIKELY TO DIE

Director: Anthony DiBlasi. Cast: Heather Morris, Ryan Doom, Perez Hilton, Chad Addison, Tess Christiansen. USA 2015. 81 mins.

DREAD, CASSADAGA, LAST SHIFT and MISSIONARY director Anthony DiBlasi returns to make you SCREAM and scream again with a sly and scary homage to the 1980s slasher genre. ‘Glee’ star Heather Morris and ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ enfant terrible/showbiz gossip blogger Perez Hilton are part of a 10-year High School reunion hosted by a disgraced ice hockey player. Soon the party takes a deadly turn when one-by-one the former classmates, each with a secret shared history, turn up dead according to their senior yearbook superlatives. Who is the masked psycho with the razor-sharp mortarboard and what exactly is his problem?

6.15PM - SUNDAY 30TH - WORLD PREMIERE – SUMMER CAMP

Director: Alberto Marini. Cast: Diego Boneta, Maiara Walsh, Jocelin Donahue, Andres Velencoso, Rick Zingale. Spain 2015. 81 mins.

Alberto Marini, producer of the [REC] trilogy, SLEEP TIGHT and THE LAST DAYS, turns director with a sly scaremonger loaded with witty visual touches, Spanish horror homage and gory shocks. Looking for fun times as counsellors at a European summer camp for children, four Americans never suspect their first experience abroad might be their last. For the rapid-fire spread of an extreme rage-inducing infection plunges the group into a dark vortex of horror and madness catapulting them into a race against time – and each other – to find the source of the mystery contagion and make it out alive.

9.00PM - SUNDAY 30TH - EUROPEAN PREMIERE -

THEY LOOK LIKE PEOPLE

Director: Perry Blackshear. Cast: MacLeod Andrews, Evan Dumouchel, Margaret Ying Drake, Elena Greenlee, Mick Casale. USA 2015. 80 mins.

Two once close friends meet up in New York after ten years. Christian is a hip marketer trying to increase his personal coolness. Wyatt has just left his job as a nunnery gardener. Wanting to reconnect, Christian asks Wyatt to stay over. But at 4 a.m. Wyatt receives a call telling him to prepare for war, leave the city and beware of infection. Should he protect his best friend from the impending apocalypse, or from himself? Audacious, unsettling, full of tension, emotion, creative boldness and heartfelt compassion, this brilliant feature debut is a master class in independent budget filmmaking.

 

 

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