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THURSDAY 25TH - EUROPEAN PREMIERE – MY FATHER DIE
Horror Channel Screen 6.00pm - Arrow Screen 6.15pm - Splice Media Screen 6.30pm.
Director: Sean Brosnan. Cast: Joe Anderson, John Schneider, Kevin Gage, Candace Smith, Gary Stretch. USA 2016. 102 mins.
The Southern Gothic progeny of CAPE FEAR, NIGHT OF THE HUNTER and OLDBOY, director Sean Brosnan’s powerful feature debut is a brutal and beautiful revenge thriller. Asher loses both his speech and hearing during an attack that leaves his brother dead. The assassin? Asher’s own father, Ivan, a tattooed monster showing no remorse. Jailed for the assault, but released two decades later due to prison overcrowding, pumped-up Asher wastes no time in seeking the ultimate retribution.
THURSDAY 25TH - UK PREMIERE – CELL
Horror Channel Screen 8.30pm - Arrow Screen 8.45pm - Splice Media Screen 9.00pm.
Director: Tod Williams. Cast: John Cusack, Samuel L. Jackson, Isabelle Fuhrman, Stacy Keach, Joshua Mikel. USA 2016. 98 mins.
Best-selling horror author Stephen King brings his acclaimed apocalyptic nightmare to the big screen. When a powerful signal is broadcast across mobile networks worldwide, every cell phone user’s mind is re-programmed turning them all into instant zombie killers. With civilization crumbling as the bloodthirsty ‘phoners’ take over, artist Clay Riddell heads north through New England in search of his family. Joined by a group of survivors hoping to fend off the hyper-connected horde amidst the total chaos, they learn of The Raggedy Man and his sinister flock in their desperation to discover why the world is going violently insane.
THURSDAY 25TH - WORLD PREMIERE – LET HER OUT
Horror Channel Screen 10.45pm - Arrow Screen 11.00pm - Splice Media Screen 11.15pm.
Director: Cody Calahan. Cast: Alanna LeVierge, Nina Kiri, Adam Christie, Kate Fenton, Michael Lipka. Canada 2016. 89 mins.
Twenty-three years after her hooker mother tried to kill her in the womb Helen remains damaged psychological goods. A mindset that gets worse when she suffers a traumatic head injury in an accident. Awakening in hospital, it’s discovered Helen has a tumour growth in her brain causing her to experience dark visions, disembodied voices and the omnipresence of a strange young woman. Soon, lost in a walking nightmare, in which nothing is what it seems, and her vicious actions barely remembered, it becomes crystal clear that whatever is inside her cracked psyche will stop at nothing to get out.