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UPDATE: It is with immense disappointment that we are going to have to postpone the 2022 Horrified Film Festival due to unforeseen covid-related issues.
The film festival will be rescheduled to incorporate the premiere of our first film, Buried. 

We’re very excited to announce the first Horrified Film Festival, to be held at the wonderful Hebden Bridge Picture House in West Yorkshire on Saturday 11th June.

The festival will be a day-long celebration of all things British horror with special guests, Q&As and, of course, screenings, including…

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Unseen at the cinema for over 30 years, newly restored by the BFI and screening for the first time exclusively at the Horrified Film Festival. We are incredibly proud to announce…

The Appointment

We’re also delighted to announce William Fowler and Vic Pratt, archivists, writers and curators behind the BFI’s Flipside series will be joining us alongside restoration expert, Douglas Weir. 

Here’s the full schedule:

14.00 – Welcome by cultural historian, John J. Johnston. 

14.15 – The Innocents (1960)

15.55 – Break

16.10 – Intro to The Appointment (William Fowler and Vic Pratt)

16.20 – The Appointment (1983)

17.50 – Flipside Q&A with William Fowler and Vic Pratt

18.30 – Break

19.30 – Short Film Festival Awards and screenings

20.20 – Break

20.35 – Intro to Theatre of Blood from John J. Johnston

20.40 – Theatre of Blood (1973)

22.25 – Ends

Here’s some more details about Hebden Bridge Picture House here

Follow the link below for tickets… 

You can also purchasing a ticket for the same price via the crowdfunder for our first film, Buried. By doing so, you’re not only guaranteed entry to the festival, but you’re also helping bring an indie British horror film to life and support the future of Horrified (and its community). You can buy via the crowdfunder here

In the meantime, here’s a little teaser to whet the appetite…

More British horror...

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Ralph’s Great Big Dog

Story by Jay D. Green. Aria has moved from California to Scotland to start a new life and find the man of her dreams. Her relationship with Phin is going well, but when she turns up at his isolated farmhouse, he has been bitten by an animal whilst out jogging. But they’re not going to let that get in the way of their weekend. Meanwhile, a little way down the hill, Ralph’s great big dog is strangely silent.

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The Monster of Glamis

Story by Stuart Cleland. A man is determined to find a secret chamber in a castle. From the moment of discovery and enlightenment on its tragic history, he is never alone. Or safe.

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