FilmFear 2021

FilmFear returns to HOME and the Film4 channel for the sixth year, with a line-up of horror, dark fairy-tales, eerie thrillers and chilling tales for the Halloween period. With classics, a host of filmmaker Q&As and sneak previews, including the UK premiere of The Scary of Sixty-First, winner of the Best First Feature award at the Berlin International Film Festival 2021, this year’s season is not one to be missed.


Created and curated in partnership with Film4.

Friends priority booking from Fri 1 Oct, 12pm
Members priority booking from Sat 2 Oct 12pm
On General Sale Mon 4 Oct, 12pm

Listen to The HOME Film Podcast: FilmFear 2021 Special, for a full season breakdown, plus special clips and interviews from filmmakers.

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Previously in this season


A riveting crime thriller, the film also offers an insight into a culture of toxic masculinity.

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Kill List 10th Anniversary + Q&A

This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Ben Wheatley and actors Neil Maskell and Michael Smiley.

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Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes

Jam-packed with wild invention and played out in one-take, this innovative time-travel tale – expertly streamlined at just over 70-minutes - is a compact crowd-pleaser!

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In the Mouth of Madness

In the Mouth of Madness (1994) follows John Trent, an insurance investigator who is sent to investigate the strange disappearance of hack horror writer, Sutter…

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Kill List 10th Anniversary

A tenth anniversary screening of Ben Wheatley’s breakthrough second feature film, in which hitmen Neil Maskell and Michael Smiley are hired to do a job…

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A young dancer, who suffered a terrible injury after a car crash when she was a child, embarks on a fantastical and violent odyssey involving…

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A Banquet Q&A

This screening of A Banquet will be followed by a Q&A with director Ruth Paxton.

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Bull Q&A

This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Paul Andrew Williams and actor Neil Maskell.

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Opening Film/ A Banquet

Director Ruth Paxton’s debut feature tells the story of a traumatised all-female family in the form of a dark fairy-tale in which the horror is…

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The Scary of Sixty-First

A wild, wickedly witty and thoroughly creepy tale of haunting and possession set against the real-world backdrop of the crimes of Jeffrey Epstein.

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We’re All Going To The World’s Fair

Follow Casey’s online odyssey as she participates in what’s billed as ‘the internet’s scariest horror game’, a fully immersive experience that offers spooky cheap thrills

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