DCA announces Dundead Summer Camp titles

Horror weekend runs in July

by Amber Wilkinson

The Amusement Park
The Amusement Park
Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA) has announced the line-up for its horror weekend Dundead Summer Camp, which will run from Friday 9 to Sunday 11 July.

Among the highlights is a screening of the previously unreleased George A Romero film The Amusement Park - which our reviewer says "won't disappoint" - while the festival opens with the UK premiere of horror-comedy whodunnit Werewolves Within. There will also be a preview screening of Mads Mikkelsen-starring revenge thriller Riders Of Justice and  the Scottish premiere of documentary Alien On Stage.

In addition to physical screenings, some of the films will be available on DCA’s online streaming platform, DCA at Home.

Festival programmer Michael Coull, said: “After the last year, we’re delighted to be bringing Dundead back to DCA’s screens again, with a weekend of the best in brand-new horror, and one very special vintage treat."

Tickets are on sale now for all six cinema screenings, and are available from DCA Box Office, at dca.org.uk or on 01382 432 444. DCA at Home films will be available to pre-order from Fri 25 June on athome.dca.org.uk.

The full line-up is below:

Fri 9 July

Sat 10 July

Sun 11 July

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