Category Archives: Feature

Black Sunday Film Festival Vol. 3: Line Up

After the huge success of our first two events, the Black Sunday Film Festival returns to the Hen and Chickens Theatre this Sunday 22nd April for Vol 3, with one hell of a line up. This includes the return our … Continue reading

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Horror at the Starburst Media City Festival

This weekend, in Manchester’s media hub in Salford, The Starburst Media City Festival returns! Featuring a brilliant line up of modern horror & sci-fi, cult classics and some fantastic indie shorts, the festival promises to be an eclectic mash up … Continue reading

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How To Bring Horror Theatre To Life

Tom Worsley and Sasha Roberts are the writers, producers and performers of horror theatre spectacular Father of Lies, which sold out at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and the London Horror Festival last year. Next week, the show returns to London … Continue reading

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Black Sunday Film Festival Vol. 2: Line Up

Black Sunday Film Festival: Habit

The next installment of the Black Sunday Film Festival takes place on Sunday 25th February at the Hen and Chickens Theatre. There’s one hell of a line up for you too, including the return of the extremely popular short film block, showcasing … Continue reading

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Women In Horror: Refusing to refuse to look

We hope you’ve enjoyed our short run of articles celebrating some of our writer’s favourite Women In Horror. The last article in this series is a little different, and is dedicated to ‘women in horror’ everywhere, who continue to fight ludicrous, … Continue reading

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