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Wales' top horror film festival returns for another year with lots of ghoulish goodies, including some of the hottest properties on the horror festival circuit this year, plus a collection of treasures from the vaults.

The festival runs from 15 to 20 November.

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A Dark Song
A Dark Song
A grieving mother sets out to contact her dead chiild.
The Void
The Void
An officer helps a blood-soaked figure on the road but the trip to the hospital turns into a nightmare.
The Autopsy Of Jane Doe
The Autopsy Of Jane Doe
Father and son coroners get more than they bargained for when they examine a cadaver.
I Am Not A Serial Killer
I Am Not A Serial Killer
A teenage sociopath tries to hunt down a killer.
The Wailing
The Wailing
When a stranger arrives in a village, a sickness begins to spread.
Creepy
Creepy
An ex-cop is drawn into a missing persons case.
The Love Witch
The Love Witch
Sixties-style film sees a witch use spells to win the hearts of men.
Maniac
Maniac
First-person perspective chiller about a serial killer with a fetish for scalping.
The New York Ripper
The New York Ripper
The surviving victim of a serial killer becomes embroiled in a dangerous game of cat and mouse.
The Beyond
The Beyond
A woman inherits a New Orleans hotel with a sinister secret, and horror commences.
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