The Unrestricted View Horror Film Festival has announced the line-up for this year’s event.
Running from October 29th - November 4th at the Hen and Chickens Theatre Bar in Highbury and Islington, London, the festival will be the last for director James Wren, who will passing the baton to his deputy Tony Sands for future events. The festival points the spotlight at the very best independently made movies and shorts.
The films screening over the week are: Killers Within, Little Horror Movie, Dark Ditties Present Mrs Wiltshire, Stewart Sparks’s fabulous Book of Monsters, parody flick Camp Death 3 in 2D, To Tokyo, South African Spook Hunter, Sant Marti, David Gilbank’s brilliant and highly recommended Polterheist, Heilstätten, anthology shocker Monster Pool: Seven Deadly Sins, The Lost Footage of Leah Sullivan, and Kill Ben Lyk.
There will also be dozens of short films screening in blocks over several of the days, which are always worth checking out, as well as a couple of live shows, Fright Club, which brings campfire horror tales to life, and Whose Death is it Anyway? - a scary version of the improv show. The week ends with a prestigious award ceremony, the UVHFF Awards 2018.
For more information and to book tickets, head over to http://uvff.co.uk/unrestricted-view-horror-film-festival.