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Dead By Dawn is back for another year with a selection of horror treats designed to send shivers down your spine. New discoveries are accompanied by old favourites and a scary shorts strand, plus there'll be special guests, competitions and the famous shit film amnesty.
The festival will take place from 25 to 28 May.
View previous years coverage of the Dead By Dawn festival:
Dead By Dawn Latest Reviews
An unfaithful wife faces demonic horrors after her dead lover escapes from Hell.
A young man whose parents were killed as a comet passed finds people acting strangely as another comet appoaches.
A documentary about the famous Amityville 'haunting' case focusing on Daniel, who was ten at the time and remembers something very different.
Fully restored version of the werewolf classic.
A pathologist discovers a dangerous parasite that feeds on fear and can only be killed by screaming, but when a mute woman becomes infected, all Hell breaks loose. Famous for the pranks played on audiences at its original screenings.
A man becomes attached to a parasite that gives him an unnatural high.
Cult horror à la basket.
Sam Raimi returns to the shed in the forest where evil spirits cause unspeakable mayhem.
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Moving on up Anna Rose Holmer on adolescence, gender identity and self-determination in The Fits.
Scaling the heights with Everest Deauville opening night premiere
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