Fantastically Horrifying Cinema 2016 Official Selections - The Features

 
 

'Tis the season for all the ghouls and goblins and scary creatures of the world to come out and celebrate Halloween!  

Film Society of Little Rock and Fantastic Cinema are proud to announce the feature film lineup of the 2nd Annual Fantastically Horrifying Cinema presented by Shock Till You Drop!

These 10 feature-length films have won multiple awards at festivals all over the world including some of the big ones like Fantasia (Canada), Stiges (Spain), Macabre (Mexico), Popcorn Frights, Fright Night, Scarefest, HorrorQuest, NOLA Horror Fest, Night of Horror (Australia), HorrorHound, and dozens and dozens more.

We know they will keep you talking long after you have watched them!

FANTASTICALLY HORRIFYING CINEMA - THE FEATURES

All The Wrong Friends, Directed by Ryan Hawkins & Mark Kerins

USA | 2016 | 78 mins | LITTLE ROCK PREMIERE

A darkly comedic thriller about a group of high school friends on a road trip, who begin to turn on one another when they try to cover up a murder.

The Barn, Directed by Justin M. Seaman

USA | 2016 | 96 Mins | LITTLE ROCK PREMIERE

Its Halloween 1989, best friends Sam and Josh are trying to enjoy what's left of their final Devil's Night before graduating high school. But trouble arises when the two pals and a group of friends take a detour on their way to a rock concert, finding an old abandoned barn and awakening the evil inside. Now it's up to Sam and Josh to find a way to protect their friends and defeat the creatures that lurk within "The Barn”.

Camp Killer, Directed by Shawn Jones

USA | 2016 | 83 mins | SOUTHEAST REGIONAL PREMIERE

The sheriff of a town (JimmyO Burril, [The Chainsaw Sally Show Season Two]) plagued by an unstoppable killer (newcomer James Watkins) meets up with his nemesis one last time as a pair of survivors (Melissa LaMartina [Callgirl of Cthulhu] & April Monique Burril [Chainsaw Sally, The Good Sisters] complicate matters for the worse. Who will be left standing and what will remain of their sanity?  Featuring Ari Lehman [First Jason, Friday the 13th]

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Channel Zero, Directed by John Nicol

Canada | 2015 | 83 mins | SOUTHEAST REGIONAL PREMIERE

Imagine a world void of people and life as we know it. Yet this world displays evidence of very recent human occupation. The power is still on, buildings still stand - everything is as it was, except everything living has vanished. This is the shocking reality Darlan suddenly finds himself in. His story begins in a bed within an empty hospital. Upon opening his eyes, he remembers nothing, but quickly gleans a few disturbing facts. Darlan is dressed like a criminal and armed with a crowbar. Nearby is a smashed pharmaceutical cabinet... The signs are grim and imply something nefarious - and these are the only facts Darlan has to go on. He knows instinctively that things are wrong, and that his reality has been radically altered. Darlan must try to distinguish fact from fiction one pain-staking step at a time…

Child Eater, Directed by Erlingur Thoroddsen

USA, Ireland | 2016 | 82 mins | SOUTHEAST REGIONAL PREMIERE

A babysitter. A missing kid. A local legend who feasts on the eyes of children. CHILD EATER is a nightmarish roller-coaster ride of a horror movie inspired by the fantastical tone of 1980s slasher movies.

Frankenstein Created Bikers, Directed by James Bickert

USA | 2016 | 120 mins

A resurrected outlaw biker finds himself addicted to the substance that brought him back from the grave. In order to get his daily fix, his gang is forced to do the bidding of two sadistic scientists attempting to capture a biological mutation and perform a human head transplant on kidnapped teenagers. When his disgruntled ex-girlfriend is released from prison, she embarks on an explosive manhunt for her former lover and his strung-out pack of degenerates. With three dysfunctional bounty hunters, a rival motorcycle gang and an army of machine-gun toting strippers, it becomes a race against law-enforcement for bragging rights to the gang leader’s demise.

Holy Hell, Directed by Ryan LaPlante

Canada | 2015 | 90 mins | ARKANSAS PREMIERE

HOLY HELL is the over-the-top, outrageous, sexually-deviant, blood-drenched story of Father Augustus Bane: a priest pushed too far who begins praying to a revolver and hunting down the gangsters who killed his parishioners. Having been described as "DEATH WISH meets THE TOXIC AVENGER, by way of HOBO WITH A SHOTGUN" (nerdly.co.uk), HOLY HELL is a modern take on classic Action, Horror and Exploitation film tropes. The goal of this feature length movie is to break through every limit set by film, taste and reasonable societal behavior: all with anarchic glee.

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Mania, Directed by Jessica Cameron

USA | 2015 | 88 mins | ARKANSAS PREMIERE

Brooke makes a deadly mistake during a manic episode, forcing her and her lover to flee their home and embark on a sex-charged and gore-filled road trip. Can Mel bring Brooke back from the edge or is it too late for their love and their lives?

Parasites, Directed by Chad Ferrin

USA | 2016 | 80 mins | SOUTHEAST REGIONAL PREMIERE

A group of friends get lost in the seedy streets where they encounter a crazed gang of homeless derelicts that seizes them and one-by-one, horrifically kills all but one man. The surviving man escapes on foot, naked and unarmed, with a pack of depraved transients in pursuit, and only seconds away from capture.

Peelers, Directed by Sevé Schelenz

Canada | 2016 | 95 mins | ARKANSAS PREMIERE

A small town strip club owner must defend her bar, her strippers and her life when violent infected patrons show up on the final closing night and all hell breaks loose.


The schedule is currently being finalized and should be announced some time the week of September 12.


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