FilmFear 2019

The FilmFear season returns to HOME and the Film4 channel for the fourth year, with a line-up of horror, dark fantasy, eerie thrillers and uncanny tales for the Halloween period. With sneak previews, classics and events this year’s season is not one to be missed.


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Previously in this season

The Wicker Man

One of the key films in British horror history. A detective investigating a young girl's disapearance on a remote Scottish island gets caught up in…

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Preview / Come To Daddy

An absolute riot of twisted gory fun

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Nosferatu the Vampyre

Herzog's atmospheric remake of the silent classic is one of the great vampire films.

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The Dead Center

A fantastically dark and scary mystery with the pace and propulsion of a low-budget action-thriller from writer/director Billy Senese.

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Stephen King’s Doctor Sleep

Doctor Sleep continues the story of Danny Torrance, 40 years after his terrifying stay at the Overlook Hotel in The Shining.

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The Tingler

Classic 50's frightener from legendary Hollywood director William Castle

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Preview/ Luz

What seems to be a tale of demonic possession morphs into something unclassifiable.

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Preview/ Tower. A Bright Day

An intense family drama that blurs the boundary between horror and high-art: Two sisters are reunited after six years, although the promised summer idyll it…

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Preview/ Ghost Town Anthology

A low-key tale of a small Quebecois town haunted by fear and loss

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Preview/ All the Gods in the Sky

A young man lives on a rundown farm looking after his severely disabled sister waiting for a transcendent event that will rescue them both. However,…

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Assassination Nation

A clique of high school girlfriends find their lives suddenly exposed when a stranger starts revealing their digital secrets to the world beyond their end-to-end…

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How Not to Watch a Movie (or, All the Mistakes I’ve Made, part 2)

This autobiographical lecture-performance tells the tale of a child who “discovered he could turn any film into a horror film simply by watching it” and…

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Preview/ Videoman

One of the stand-out discoveries at August’s FrightFest, this mystery-thriller will strike a chord with anyone who’s ever collected VHSs, DVDs or any form of…

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A wild and grandiose story of love, revenge and the supernatural, Panos Cosmatos’ follow-up to Beyond the Black Rainbow at times feels like a cinematic…

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The Fog

Looking to continue the terror but in a different style, John Carpenter followed up his smash-hit Halloween with this effectively spooky ghost story evocatively set…

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Preview/ St. Agatha

An atmospheric chiller from director Darren Lynn Bousman, veteran of the Saw franchise (II, II and IV) and ambitious serial-killer mystery Abattoir.

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Preview/ Let the Corpses Tan

The directors of Giallo tributes Amer and The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears return with a ferocious take on Euro Westerns and the Italian ‘Poliziotteschi’ genre.

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Possum Q&A

After the screening on Tue 30 Oct at 18:20 will be joined by director Matthew Holness for a Q&A.

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Listening event/ Nigel Kneale’s The Road Q&A

This special listening event will be followed by a Q&A with actor, writer and comedian Toby Hadoke.

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Sean Harris (Macbeth) is on magnificently twisted form as Philip, a troubled children’s puppeteer who is forced to face up to his wicked stepfather (Armstrong,…

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Book Signing/ The New Uncanny: Tales of Unease

The New Uncanny: Tales of Unease, is a new anthology of horror fiction featuring some of the best British horror authors. Matthew Holness, writer of…

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Listening event/ Nigel Kneale’s The Road

Mark Gatiss and Adrian Scarborough star as a philosopher and scientist investigating ghostly outbreaks in a country wood in 1768. Nigel Kneale’s legendary lost 1963…

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The Evil Dead

Regarded as a masterpiece in modern horror and still the defining film of director Sam Raimi’s continuing career, few films have made such an impact…

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Preview/ Border

Blending fantasy, thriller, drama and horror, this genuinely surprising film is based on a story by John Ajvide Lindqvist, author of Let the Right One…

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Nosferatu the Vampyre + Post-Screening Discussion

The screening at 13:00 on Sun 02 Nov will be followed be a free, informal post-screening discussion led by Maggie Hoffgen, Freelance Film Educator.

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