Tag Archives: indie horror

Society Shockers: Malady

‘Society Shockers’ is a brand new series of reviews focusing purely on the films created by you, the London Horror Society community. We hope this will help create better awareness of the fantastic projects being made by indie filmmakers everywhere, … Continue reading

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Short Horror In A Mobile Cinema…

We’re once again teaming up with the brilliant Unrestricted View Film Festival that kicks off next week! And this might just be one of the most unique short horror screening events we’ve ever done… In leafy Islington, for roughly an … Continue reading

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London Horror Society TV Has Arrived!

We are beyond proud to finally be able to announce the launch of a brand new channel for horror fans everywhere: London Horror Society TV! The channel itself will feature an eclectic mix of brand new content, and we’re delighted … Continue reading

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Introducing: Nefarious

Kickstarter,  Indiegogo and other crowdfunding platforms are a divisive beast.  On one hand, they’re abused by the upper echelons of the film industry, allowing deep-pocketed ‘filmmakers’ the choice to risk the money of their trusted fan base rather than their … Continue reading

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How Get Out Has Changed Horror

Get Out: Behind The Scenes

In February of last year, we were presented with a game-changing horror film that drew attention not just to the genre, but also to issues regarding race in the United States. Get Out was Jordan Peele’s directorial debut that smashed … Continue reading

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