Alex Bhat, Angel Parker, Nathaniel Parker, Avenda Burnell Walsh, John O'Toole
| United Kingdom
A young couple flee to the coast to await a boat that will take them on to a new life. As they wait, dark forces close in and their plan starts to unravel. Based on the poem by Edgar Allan Poe and set in the aftermath of the war, under the long lingering shadow of the Irish-Anglo conflict, ‘Annabel Lee’ is a tale of a forbidden love between two young stowaways from opposite sides of the Irish sea. As the couple run for their lives, they make it as far as a a cottage in Devon, awaiting rescue to take them to France. With the end of their journey in sight, they finally allow themselves to believe they might have made it.
1907, Massachusetts. A scholar drifts from his path and finds himself in a house he takes for deserted. Deserted, apart from a beguiling book containing dark secrets that exerts a powerful hold over those who come into contact with it.
With a new apartment, a writer descends into creativity and madness. Part of the 2019 Straight 8 film competition - One super 8 cartridge, no postproduction, filmed in sequence, original audio track composed without seeing the film.
Archie arrives at an old farmhouse for a dangerous tryst, only to have his plans interrupted by a strange creature come up from the lake. And the foreign tones she speaks in may be more seductively deadly than anything Archie was prepared for. A fable adjacent to the Lovecraft Mythos, 'Neris' features the little spoken language of R'lyehian.
Lorenzo is a good architect, proud of his extremely neat life. Even on an emotional level he has found the perfect balance: a young woman, Diana, who visits him once a week. Diana might want more, but he doesn’t want to notice. And one day...
As Ammi starts to write a letter to his old friend, whose disappearance he can neither understand nor cope with, a supernatural force in the shape of a colour starts to seize his cottage and confronts him with the dread of his past.
Based on H. P. Lovecraft's weird tale of the same name, "The Outsider" is the story of how a desperate loner, who has grown up with a butterfly and the Bible for company, one day seizes his chance and makes good his escape, only to face his worst fears head-on at an all-nighter in the company of strangers.
An economics writer is sent on a business trip, because of a conflict with his boss, to the remote Kuril Islands. There he meets with a charming beautiful young woman who is a head of a mysterious community of 12 people who protect a well-kept secret.
On a red moon night, a succession of strange events are making Ben question what is real and what isn't. As the feeling of being hunted grows, so does the suspicion that it's all connected to the red moon itself.
The true story of the first UFO encounter in American history. Written and Directed by Thomas Negovan & Aaron Shaps. Starring Jack Campbell and Robert Boulter with Genesis Breyer P-Orridge as the voice of the creature. Orchestrations by Troy Sterling Nies featuring Armen Ra and Brian Viglione.
Nicolas Cage, Joely Richardson, Q'oriank Kilcher, Tommy Chong, Madeleine Arthur
| United States
A story of cosmic terror about The Gardners, a family who moves to a remote farmstead in rural New England to escape the hustle of the 21st century. They are busy adapting to their new life when a meteorite crashes into their front yard. The mysterious aerolite seems to melt into the earth, infecting both the land and the properties of space-time with a strange, otherworldly color. To their horror, the Gardner family discover that this alien force is gradually mutating every life form that it touches...including them.
A hypnotic extraterrestrial critter lands in the swimming pool of a family in crisis. They all finish becoming addicted to him, except the mother and head of household. She is the only one that seems to realize that the critter commits an outrage against the familial stability and will fight against it.
Richard has an unusual fantasy: he gets sexually aroused by the idea of being devoured by an animal. In a contact ad he gets to know Max and with that encounter the chance of making his fantasy real. But does he dare?
Jean-Patrick Gauthier, Xavier Inbona, Antoine Quintard
Paris, 1920. Four veterans of the Great War painfully try to recover from this dreadful experience. But for them, the horror is onl beginning. For in the midst of their dreams, a dark and sinister entity has arisen...
When a troubled teenage girl notices a sudden shift in her older sister's personality, she fears that the same dark and terrifying force that caused her mother's suicide is now inspiring her older sister to do something unspeakable.
Kiefer O'Reilly, Mark Hamill, Christopher Plummer, Jeffrey Combs, Doug Bradley
| United States
After returning from his previous adventure to the Undersea Kingdom, young Howard Lovecraft must lead an expedition — including his father, Winfield; Uncle Randolph; and Miskatonic University’s Dr. Henry Armitage — to Antarctica, to prevent the awakening of Cthulhu!
Christmas is coming. If that's not stressful enough, Lily (Brea Grant) has to contend with a clueless partner (Adam Egypt Mortimer) and an unexpected, inter-dimensional holiday guest who just wants two things --- blood and cuddles.
The Ikon portrays the intertwining narratives of two young men, Vasily and Dmitri, who are situated in two historical crises in Russian history: World War II and the social upheaval following the collapse of the Soviet empire. The timelines of Vasily and Dmitri intersect through their encounters with an icon of dark, unknown origins. Using contrasting imagery of Eastern European folklore and Orthodox Christianity, The Ikon conjures a 20th century tale of horror: a cinematic depiction of individuals confronting society on the brink of collapse, encroaching social disintegration, and the eerie strangeness of the supernatural.
When Anya’s husband mysteriously falls ill she has no choice but to seek the advice of the old Crone who lives in the forest. The Crone explains that the illness is a curse from a winter demon known as the Leshiy, and the only way to save her husband is to invite the monster into her home.
Pascal Goffin, C. C. Weinberger, Markus Ohner, Julia Gräfner, Magdalena Wabitsch, Leo Plankensteiner, Angela Schneider, Michail Gusev
The freely adapted short story, written by the famous author H. P. Lovecraft, will reveal dreadfully poetic images to the viewer and give insight into a man’s struggle for survival and his fight against the loss of memory.
His spectacular escape from human creatures that live in the woods,who have lost all humanity and turned into animals, leads him directly to a mysterious house whose owner will very soon confront him with his mad rage. The subtle dialogues between the two of them, will end in a carnage.
At full tilt, the kinkiness of H.P Lovecraft’s short story transforms into the transparent struggle of survival of a man who has lost everything in this post-apocalyptic world, a world that slowly wipes him out.
An obsessed pathologist discovers and captures a parasitic creature that grows when fear grips its host. During its original theatrical run, some of the seats in theaters were installed with William Castle's film gimmick "PERCEPTO," special electric buzzers that were timed to go off during a key sequence in the film when the titular creature escapes into the movie theater in the film... and also the one you're sitting in! Death Certificates with the cause of death listed as "Scared to Death" were also part of the gimmicky prop package, and theaters that were unable or unwilling to install PERCEPTO were required to plant an audience member who would "die of fright" during the film and have to be taken out on a stretcher.
Filmed in and around King's College, Cambridge, and on the Suffolk coast, “Wits in Felixstowe” looks at the genesis, influences and setting of MR James's supernatural masterpiece 'Oh, Whistle, and I'll Come to You, My Lad.'
Writer and presenter Robert Lloyd Parry takes a fresh look at James’s character, and find behind the academic and bibliophile, a man surrounded by diverse and intriguing friends: the millionaire Liberal Felix Cobbold, the phenomenally prolific essayist Arthur Benson and the tragic publisher, poet and Ripper suspect J K Stephen.