CELLULOID SCREAMS 2015 Announces Full Line-Up

Written by Jon Towlson Wednesday, 16 September 2015

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This year’s Celluloid Screams: Sheffield Horror Film Festival (Showroom Cinema, Sheffield, October 23rd – 25th) has announced its full programme. Headlining are guests of honour Claudio Simonetti’s GOBLIN performing live to Dario Argento’s 1975 classic Profondo Rosso (at Sheffield Hallam University, October 25th). As part of their tour to mark the film’s 40th anniversary (and the release of a new version of the iconic soundtrack by Rustblade Records), this event is expected to sell out quickly so get tickets while you can.

The rest of the line-up includes the Celluloid Screams Classic All-Nighter on Saturday, October 24th: Wes Craven’s original Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) enjoys a tribute screening following the recent sad passing of the great man; Don Coscarelli’s Phantasm (1979) screens from an original 35mm print, as does Tobe Hooper’s underrated The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986); followed by Stuart Gordon’s delirious Reanimator (1985).

New films include the UK premiere of identity theft thriller Goodnight Mommy (Austria, 2014); Takashi Miike’s mindboggling mash-up of Japanese gangster lore and bloodsucking vampires, Yakuza Apocalypse (Japan, 2015); Perry Blackshear’s paranoid shape-shifter opus They Look Like People (USA, 2015); scathing LA fashion scene satire Excess Flesh (USA, 2015); babysitter nightmare Emelie (USA, 2015); Australian apocalypse drama, These Final Hours (2013); Spain’s dark look at necrophilia and celebrity obsession, The Corpse of Anna Fritz (2015); metalhead demon fantasy, Deathgasm (New Zealand, 2015); and Karyn Kusama’s intriguing The Invitation (USA, 2015), which opens this year’s festival.

And, as usual, there’s the Celluloid Screams secret film waiting in the wings…

For full programme details and festival passes visit http://www.celluloidscreams.co.uk, http://www.facebook.com/celluloidscreamshorrorfestival or http:///www.twitter.com/sheffhorrorfest.

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This year’s Celluloid Screams: Sheffield Horror Film Festival (Showroom Cinema, Sheffield, October 23rd – 25th) has announced its full programme. Headlining are guests of honour Claudio Simonetti’s GOBLIN performing live to Dario Argento’s 1975 classic Profondo Rosso (at Sheffield Hallam University, October 25th). As part of their tour to mark the film’s 40th anniversary (and the release of a new version of the iconic soundtrack by Rustblade Records), this event is expected to sell out quickly so get tickets while you can.

The rest of the line-up includes the Celluloid Screams Classic All-Nighter on Saturday, October 24th: Wes Craven’s original Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) enjoys a tribute screening following the recent sad passing of the great man; Don Coscarelli’s Phantasm (1979) screens from an original 35mm print, as does Tobe Hooper’s underrated The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986); followed by Stuart Gordon’s delirious Reanimator (1985).

New films include the UK premiere of identity theft thriller Goodnight Mommy (Austria, 2014); Takashi Miike’s mindboggling mash-up of Japanese gangster lore and bloodsucking vampires, Yakuza Apocalypse (Japan, 2015); Perry Blackshear’s paranoid shape-shifter opus They Look Like People (USA, 2015); scathing LA fashion scene satire Excess Flesh (USA, 2015); babysitter nightmare Emelie (USA, 2015); Australian apocalypse drama, These Final Hours (2013); Spain’s dark look at necrophilia and celebrity obsession, The Corpse of Anna Fritz (2015); metalhead demon fantasy, Deathgasm (New Zealand, 2015); and Karyn Kusama’s intriguing The Invitation (USA, 2015), which opens this year’s festival.

And, as usual, there’s the Celluloid Screams secret film waiting in the wings…

For full programme details and festival passes visit http://www.celluloidscreams.co.uk, http://www.facebook.com/celluloidscreamshorrorfestival or http:///www.twitter.com/sheffhorrorfest.


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