Bite Sized Frights

To celebrate Halloween, we've collected together a selection of horror themed short films.

The French Doors ... a dark DIY tale from New Zealand, written and directed by Steve Ayson.

Chainsaw Maid ... A faithful maid takes on flesh munching zombies in Takena's claymation masterpiece.

Forklift Driver Klaus ... Stefan Prehn and Jorg Wagne show u why health and safety regulations really should be followed

Cornucopia ...Paul Couvela takes us on a vist to a very strange pub indeed.

Toxic ...In Andrew McEwan's short an unusual evil has arisen, requiring equally unusual hero's to defeat it.

The Cat With Hands ... the story of a cat who, legend has it, longs to become human.

What They Ate ...In this animated short conceived and created by Nadia Moss a most unsettling meal is consumed.

Insanophenia ...Two dim-witted exterminators face a truly horrific stop motion terror, in Steven Kostanski's short film.

Hell ...An nightmarish experimental stop motion vista from David Firth, Jimi Mwng and Crusty Crayfields.

The Mysterious Geographic Explorations of Jasper Morello ...A disgraced aerial navigator flees his Plague-ridden home on a desperate voyage to redeem himself.

Greed ...has consequences

Hammer Festival London

For all you horror fans who can't bear to let go of that spookily festive feeling, London is playing host to over 2 weeks worth of camp retro horror celebrations by way of the Hammer London Festival. Hamming it up from October 28th - November 15th in three locations (Idea Generation Gallery, Lexi Cinema and Curzon Soho,) the HFL will pay homage to the golden age of British horror with a selection of screenings and an exhibition of previously unseen photos, prints and artwork, as well as a detailed look at the Hammer legacy (hopefully they'll skip past the studio's bloodless resurrection.)

Check out the exhibits at the RIBA award-winning space that is the Idea Generation Gallery.

Screenings will be held at the Lexi Cinema and Curzon Soho.

(Please note: although the Lexi Cinema is screening the decidedly horrific sounding Sing-A-Long Wizard of Oz, this does NOT constitute part of the festival's output.)

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