Tag Archives: UK Independent film

Introducing: Lucidity

Lucidity, a short psychological horror, revolves around lucid dreaming; knowing you are in a dream and being able to manipulate it. The plot follows Daniel, an office worker, who makes questionable life choices, and his frankly miserable life. On top … Continue reading

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Introducing: Dogged

Dogged is a dark, psychological British thriller, that’s probably best placed in the increasingly popular folk-horror sub-genre. It was financed entirely through the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter, with an anticipated release date set for late Spring 2017. The story focuses on Sam, who, returning … Continue reading

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Teaser for UK Horror Short ‘Still’ Released

You might already be familiar with the work of Oliver Park. He’s the award-winning filmmaker behind short film Vicious, that was much-lauded by audiences last year.  (If you haven’t seen it already, you can do so here).  He’s also just released the … Continue reading

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Introducing: Cruel Summer

As keen advocates of homegrown horror, nothing makes us prouder here at the LHS than when new UK talent sings on the genres biggest stages. It’s an even better feeling when they bring the house down, and this is exactly what … Continue reading

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Film Review: Avant-Macabre

Avant-Macabre is a 6-minute black and white, silent(ish) horror film by John H Shelton. It features only a few characters, and its main content is voice-overs reading original poems. I have not watched many short horror films in my life (other … Continue reading

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