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Manchester's annual festival of sinister cinema returns with another strong line-up of thrills and chills from around the world. We're just adding the details now, so watch this space for more.
The festival runs from 5 to 8 October.
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Two couples go on a weekend getaway in the middle of the desert, only to discover that their Airbnb is already occupied. It's a long and bloody night told from four points-of-view.
A chef with gambling problems flees to a Latin American villa where he assumes another man's identity.
The story of Samantha and Clara, two students who are staying behind for the holidays at their boarding school, who must survive the night against uninvited visitors.
16 women filmmakers make their voices heard with this anthology of genre-themed short films, all made in direct response to the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.
A man who is down on his luck wakes up one day to find that an explosive device has been implanted in his neck.
1975, Rosenkreuz Manor. Sigrun Fink, desperate for information about her biological family, starts a new position as nurse to the aging, ill and eccentric Baroness Heidenreich. For a shared longing binds them together: the old lady’s memory contains the secret to Sigrun's true identity; the nurse’s lifeforce holds the key to the future for the Baroness.
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