Sunday 22nd January at the Park Inn Palace Hotel Ballroom
10am Ex from Hell (James Wilsher / 2016 / UK / 1h 16m)
Life’s great for new couple Simon and Nat – until Nat’s ex returns from beyond the grave
+ Poison Lover (Jason Impey / 2016 / UK / 24m)
+ Lenny the Lobster (Molly Brown and Cy Henty / 2016 / UK / 3m)
+ The Furniture of Pain (Molly Brown and Cy Henty / 2016 / UK / 3m)
10am Ex from Hell
Simon (Ashley Laker) and Nat (Alice Ryan) seem to be a match made in heaven, but when she invites him back to hers after a romantic meal it descends into hell after the appearance of Pete, Nat's ex boyfriend, from beyond the grave. What follows is a night of bumps, jumps and shocks as twist after turn makes this a night that neither shall forget.
+ Poison Lover
Poison Lover follows the story of a married couple who’s marriage is not all what it appears. On discovering his wives affair Jonathan takes it upon himself to teach his unfaithful spouse a lesson. But how far will he go!?
+ Lenny the Lobster
The sad story of a sideshow freak so strange even his fellow lobsters stared at him in disbelief.
+ The Furniture of Pain
A video poem about torture, recited by a chair.
12.30pm The Slayers (john Williams / 2015 / UK / 1h 41m)
Two cult members go on a road trip during their last two weeks on Earth. But is this God's plan?
+ Three's a Crowd (Andy Ward / 2016 / UK / 15m)
12.30pm The Slayers
The Slayers follows 2 cult members as they break ranks and decide to go on a adventure road trip to make the most of, what they believe to be, the last two weeks on earth. The two hapless men plan a bucket list and head off in an old motorhome to the mountains of scotland to camp, skydive, meet girls and drink. It isn't long before Nigel and Job start to encounter strange characters who claim to be vampire slayers. Believing it to be a test from god, they follow the slayers in battle with vampires and the boys own stupidity.
+ Three's a Crowd
Two unsuspecting detectives become accidentally embroiled in a crime scene in there own home one night when an ancient family curse allows a lost soul a chance to break back into our plain of reality and posses one of the unaware detectives.
Detectives, Roommates, either way they have to take out the ancient force together on a Friday night where they really should have gone out instead of staying in.
3pm Hell Town (Steve Balderson and Elizabeth Spear / 2015 / USA / 1h 29m)
Three episodes from the unreleased prime-time horror-comedy series Hell Town
+ Polterheist (David Gilbank / 2016 / UK / 19m)
+ I Lived Here (Martin Laurence / 2016 / UK / 6m)
3pm Hell Town
HELL TOWN follows the melodramatic antics of high school seniors clashing over love, sex, and betrayal. In the middle of all the one-sided infatuations, backstabbing bitchiness, bottled-up sexuality, sibling rivalry and general small-town angst, there is the “Letter Jacket Killer” who is killing students in a variety of sadistic ways. As the body count rises and the blood pools closer to home, it becomes clear that one of our main characters is the killer…but who? Everyone, from the Prom Queen and Shirtless Jock to the Nosey Geek and Super Bitch, are all suspect.
Two small time criminals kidnap a psychic medium and force her to contact the gang boss they murdered. The pair are desperate to discover where their recently deceased boss buried a stash of cash, but only succeed in unleashing a demon, bent on revenge.
+ I Lived Here
A dark entity finds a young woman in it's house and reminds her time is temporary...Hell is forever
5.30pm Nazi Vengeance (Tom Sands / 2015 / UK / 1h 37m)
When four friends go camping on the South Downs, they are quite literally tortured by their past
+ Hate Doll (Sam Casserly / 2016 / UK / 13m)
5.30pm Nazi Vengeance
During a past-life regression, 26 year-old Ralph experiences being a Nazi commando in Britain in 1940. In the hope of piecing together his previous life, he goes on a camping trip to the locations he saw in his regression. But the past Ralph is trying to find is now stalking him, and it plans to exact a terrible revenge for crimes committed nearly seventy years ago.
+ Hate Doll
Retired British wrestler, Evil Bob has returned home after finding fame in Japan. He now leads a dark double-life with his new love, The Doll.
Love and Hate are two sides of the same coin. Once flipped, anything can happen...
8pm Slasher House 2 (Mj Dixon / 2016 / UK / 1h 35m)
You’ve been waiting for this sequel since Slasher House appeared at Horror-on-Sea 2013…
+ The Sound of Fear (Richard Elson / 2016 / UK / 6m)
+ No Words (Pablo Raybould / 2017 / UK / 5m)
8pm Slasher House 2
Red has arrived in the big city just time to find herself embroiled in an epidemic of vanishing serial killers, but who is taking them and what do they want with the world's most horrific masked murderers? As Red fights her way through a maze filled with assassins, monsters and maniacs she comes closer than ever to unravelling the mystery and discovering the mastermind behind the Slasher House.
Slasher House II is the sequel to Mycho Entertainments flagship title Slasher House, which had it's world premiere at the first Horror-on-Sea Film Festival in 2013.
+ The Sound of Fear
A gentle man is afflicted by "Musica Telephobia" - fearful music constantly follows him around.
+ No Words
From the makers of 'The Snarling' which premiered at last years Horror-on-Sea comes a short film following two would-be burglars as they break into an old factory but soon regret it. Ambitiously filmed in one single shot, unlike 'The Snarling' this is all horror and no laughs.
When Marylou is killed by a boob-eating shark, besotted Victoria Frankenstein creates a new best friend
+ Chateau Sauvignon: Terroir (David E. Munz-Maire / 2015 / USA / 13m)
10.30pm Beach Blanket Frankenstein
Shimmy shammy to the world's first Rock and Roll Beach Party Horror Movie Musical Undead Love Story!
Poor little Victoria Frankenstein. She is in love with Marylou, the hottest surfer girl on Psycho Beach. All the cool kids make fun of her. But when Marylou is mauled by a tit-eating shark, Victoria seizes the chance to create a new friend. The only problem is, she's a real monster!
+ Chateau Sauvignon: Terroir
‘Chateau Sauvignon: terroir’ is a gruesome coming of age story about a vintner son’s disobedience and desire to care for his ailing mother.