Ten directors come together for one night of horror with the first annual A Night of Horror: Volume 1 anthology. The feature film world premieres on opening night at A Night of Horror International Film Festival, which runs from Thursday November 26 – Sunday December 6 at Dendy Cinema Newtown.
Produced by A Night of Horror International Film Festival’s director Dr Dean Bertram and Deadhouse Films’ Enzo Tedeschi, A Night of Horror: Volume 1 trailer and poster have been released today. Check out the trailer below!
Consisting of nine short films submitted to and invited into the anthology for the first time this year, A Night of Horror: Volume 1 anthology brings together genre filmmakers from across Australia and the world and is a 90 minute pulse-charging horror featuring zombies, demonic entities, self-surgery, cannibalism and much more.
Featuring Bianca Bradey of Wyrmwood and Starting From Now fame, Enzo Tedeschi’s Life Imitates is the tale of a young woman that wakes up in a macabre art gallery, her experience leading audiences through the short films that make up the anthology.
From the screenwriter of The Pack Evan Randall Green, Dark Origins, tells of a psychologist that discovers the terrifying trauma haunting her young patient may in fact lurk beyond the girl’s fractured mind.
Bossi Baker’s Hum takes us inside a woman’s apartment where a mysterious humming does way more than keep her awake at night.
Escape for a weekend away with Melbourne duo Nicholas Colla and Daniel Daperis’ Flash and risk being invaded by a dark presence.
Ravenous from Carmen Falk leaves us alone with a young girl and her grandmother who has a compulsive urge to eat raw animal flesh.
Matthew Goodrich delivers a family split apart in Scission.
Justin Harding’s Point of View sees a tired coroner stalked by the living dead…but only when she isn’t looking.
Take the train ride from hell with an unfaithful woman in Goran Spoljaric’s The Priest.
I Am Undone from Rebecca Thomson sees a cosmetic surgeon suffer spectacularly from oversampling her products.
“We have managed to curate an incredibly high-level of production value segments for this first instalment of the ‘A Night of Horror Volume 1’ anthology. I am super-impressed with the quality, but also the variety on display, ranging from the hilariously macabre to the seriously dark and unsettling - all the ingredients for a good 90 minutes of chills and entertainment. I reckon horror fans familiar with recent anthologies will find this one a breath of fresh air” said Deadhouse Films’ Enzo Tedeschi.
Tickets for A Night of Horror International Film Festival are on sale and can be purchased at www.dendy.com.au/Promotion/A-night-Of-Horror-Fantastic-Planet-Film-Festivals-2015