FrightFest 2016

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The Love Witch The Love Witch
The Love Witch and We Are The Flesh
Attack Of The Lederhosen Zombies (Country: Austria; Year: 2015; Director: Dominik Hartl; Stars: Laurie Calvert, Gabriela Marcinkova, Oskar Giese, Margarete Tiesel)
An experiment by a local entrepreneur devised to extend the snow season goes terribly wrong and unleashes an epidemic of zombies and mutant wildlife. With everyone seeking shelter in a rustic tavern hosting an all-night après ski party, a fight for survival begins as who is a zombie and who’s just drunk becomes harder to determine.
Bad Blood: The Movie (Country: US; Year: 2016; Director: Tim Reis; Stars: Mary Malloy, Vikas Adam, Troy Halverson, Tom Sizemore, Brian Troxell)
After a grisly amphibian attack leaves a college student infected with a mutational disease, the antidote to her affliction is mistaken for drugs by her evil stepfather. Locked in her bedroom without medicine, she transforms into a hideous monster.
Blood Hunters (Country: Canada; Year: 2016; Director: Tricia Lee; Stars: Lara Gilchrist, Benjamin Arthur, Torri Higginson, Mark Taylor, Julian Richings)
A single mother who wakes up in a medical facility to find everyone is dead and she's nine months pregnant.
Crow (Country: UK; Year: 2016; Director: Wyndham Price; Stars: Tom Rhys Harries, Nick Moran, Andrew Howard, Elen Rhys, Terence Stamp)
Crow is protector of the sacred wood. He's lived there since ruthless developer Tucker brutally scattered his tribe from the nearby farmstead. Now Tucker wants the wood too, intent on building a mansion – an ego extension of his dynastic power raging for him and his trophy wife. But Crow will defend his ancient home with his life.
The Devil's Candy (Year: 2015; Director: Sean Byrne; Writer: Sean Byrne; Stars: Ethan Embry, Shiri Appleby, Kiara Glasco, Pruitt Taylor Vince)
After moving to a new house an artist finds his work mysteriously getting darker, while the arrival of the son of the previous owner may present a threat to his family. Is there a Satanic influence at work?
Let's Be Evil Let's Be Evil
Let's Be Evil and Through The Shadow
Egomaniac (Country: UK; Year: 2016; Director: Kate Shenton; Stars: Nic Lamont, Adam Rhys-Davies, Laurence R. Harvey, Dan Palmer, Mark Logan)
Director Catherine Sweeney is determined to make her zom-rom-com. But everyone keeps telling her to put a talking dog in the script if she wants success. Desperate for funding, Catherine does whatever it takes to get her passion project made in a wry and sly satire dancing between fact and fiction, focusing on the treatment of women in the film industry and how far an artist will go to get their work made.
Enclosure (Country: US; Year: 2016; Director: Parick Rea; Stars: Fiona Dourif, Jake Busey, Kevin Ryan, Rob Bouton, Michelle Mills)
An adventurous woman with a secret from her husband insists they go for a romantic camping trip in a remote wood to reconnect and share some quality time. But their idyll is shockingly cut short after a group of nearby hunters are brutally killed by a mysterious creature. Trapped inside their tent, the couple is forced to help one of the injured hunters and together they plan their escape.
Ibiza Undead (Country: UK; Year: 2016; Director: Andy Edwards; Stars: Emily Atack, Cara Theobold, Matt King, Jordan Coulson, Ed Kear)
Zombies break loose in holiday island club run by a gangster.
Knucklebones (Country: US; Year: 2016; Director: Mitch Wilson; Stars: Julin, Justin Arnold, Cameron Deane Stewart, Taylor Tippins, Erin Marie Garrett)
When Neesa and a group of bored friends come together for a night of fun they dare each other to draw a pentagram and perform an ancient rite. Then they stumble across an antique dice game of chance made from human knucklebones. Their first instinct is to roll them gruesome bones. Their second instinct is to run for their lives when they summon up a murderous demon.
Let's Be Evil (Country: US; Year: 2016; Director: Martin Owen; Writer: Elizabeth Morris, Martin Owen, Jonathan Willis; Stars: Kara Tointon, Isabelle Allen, Elliot James Landridge, Helene Wilson, Elizabeth Morris)
Three people are recruited to act as supervisors in an institute for gifted children, but things don't go as they expected.
Offensive Offensive
Offensive and The Devil's Candy
The Love Witch (Country: US; Year: 2016; Director: Anna Biller; Writer: Anna Biller; Stars: Elle Evans, Jeffrey Vincent Parise, Samantha Robinson, Kaye L. Morris, Dani Lennon, Robert Michael Anderson, Lily Holleman, Ryan Poole, Gian Keys, Stephen Wozniak, Laura Waddell, Jennifer Ingrum, Giselle DaMier, Clive Ashborn, Jacob Peacock)
Sixties-style film sees a witch use spells to win the hearts of men.
Night Of Something Strange (Country: US; Year: 2016; Director: Jonathan Straiton; Stars: Rebecca C. Kasek. Trey Harrison. Wayne W. Johnston. Toni Ann Gambale, Michael Merchant)
A sexually transmitted zombie virus wreaks havoc in the remote Redwood Motel during spring break.
Offensive (Country: UK; Year: 2016; Director: Jon Ford; Stars: Russell Floyd, Lisa Eichhorn, Fred Adenis, Angela Dixon, Timothy Morand)
Retired Bernard and Helen Martin inherit a house in rural France where Bernard’s father liberated locals from Nazis during World War II in a raging killing spree. But this peaceful couple quickly become the target of a cruel gang of street kids. Plugged into their devices, devoid of empathy they are a new breed of technological psychopath. Soon Bernard and Helen's lives become a living hell as they are harassed, tormented and pushed beyond breaking point.
Through The Shadow (Atraves Da Sombra) (Country: Brazil; Year: 2016; Director: Walter Lima Jr; Writer: Nelson Caldas and Adriana Falcão, based on Henry James' The Turn Of The Screw.; Stars: Virginia Cavendish, Domingos Montagner, Anna Lucia Torre, Mel Maia, Xande Valois)
A young governess becomes convinced that the children in her charge face a supernatural threat.
We Are The Flesh (Country: Mexico; Year: 2016; Director: Emiliano Rocha Minter; Writer: Emiliano Rocha Minter; Stars: Noé Hernández, María Evoli, Diego Gamaliel, Gabino Rodríguez, María Cid)
Wandering through a ruined city, a young brother and sister discover a building inhabited by a mysterious hermit who offers them sanctuary.
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