FilmFear 2016

Put a dark mark in your diary and head HOME this Halloween as we join forces with Film4 to present FilmFear, a 5-day feast of horror previews, brand-new shorts, special guests and monster classics.

Don’t miss Alice Lowe’s much anticipated Prevenge, plus classics including a glorious Spanish version of the 1931 Dracula and a very special screening of Nosferatu – the original vampire movie – with musical accompaniment.


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  • Friday, Saturday & Sunday Night Double Bill: See two films the same night, save up to £1.50 per ticket
  • Terrifying Triple Feature: See any three films in the season, save up to £1.50 per ticket
  • Full-on Fear: See four or more films in the season, save up to £2 per ticket
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  • T&C: Only available for peak screenings (after 17:00) & not available on advance £5 tickets

Previously in this season

HarmonieBand present Nosferatu

Nosferatu marked the first appearance on screen of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, and it remains the eeriest of the many film versions of the famous tale.…

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The Living Dead at the Manchester Morgue

This Spanish horror film from 1974 - set and shot in Northern England - sustains a creepy atmosphere as it follows a couple pursued by…

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Dracula Intro

Introduced by Andy Willis, Reader in Film Studies at the University of Salford and HOME Film Senior Visiting Curator.

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¡Viva! Spanish and Latin American Festival presents Drácula

Filmed at night on the sets being used by the better-known version starring Bela Lugosi, this Spanish language version of Drácula is considered by many as…

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The Ghoul

A haunting psychological mystery from first-time director Gareth Tunley that occupies the mind of a character introduced to us as a detective investigating a double…

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BFI London Film Festival: Cult Presents: Preview/ The Void

Direct from the Cult strand of the BFI London Film Festival comes a bizarre shocker that LFF programme Michael Blyth calls a ‘slice of retro…

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We Are The Flesh

A diabolical nightmare - endorsed by Alejandro Iñárritu and Carlos Reygadas - that delivers you into a world of taboo fantasy and dark magic, as…

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Driven by the voice of her unborn child, a pregnant woman takes revenge for the death of her boyfriend, embarking on a killing spree that…

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Phantasm: Remastered

Go down to the mortuary at midnight courtesy of the re-release of this surreal and delirious nightmare.

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The Keep

Michael Mann’s stylised period horror yarn from 1983 may have a checkered history but it’s a must-see on the big-screen. A troop of German soldiers…

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Preview/ Prevenge Q&A

We will be joined by director and lead actor Alice Lowe for a Q&A following the screening.

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The Ghoul Q&A

We will be joined by director Gareth Tunley, producer Dhiraj Mahey and actor Tom Meeten for a Q&A following the screening.

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