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Belfast Film Festival’s Horror Weekend celebrates the scary side of imagination at Belfast Waterfront on Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd April.

Mixing cult classics with contemporary films, this weekend festival of horror is guaranteed to push even the strongest of constitutions to their limits! Bear witness – if you dare – to The Whisperer in Darkness, an afternoon of terrifying Horror Anthologies and a truly shocking Horror All-Nighter.

The Whisperer in Darkness
Friday 1st April: from 7pm
The European Première of a new adaptation of the H.P. Lovecraft film, in which a hermit living in the 1920`s discovers a race of aliens who are plotting to enslave mankind with a horrible mind control. The film is accompanied by a full support programme of short and feature length films from the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society.

Horror Anthologies: Portmanteau Afternoon
Saturday 2nd April: from 2pm
An afternoon dedicated to the lost art of the anthology, selecting the best bits from the best anthologies, including Black Sabbath, Creep Show, Tales from the Crypt and Dead of Night.

James Nesbitt stars in Outcast - one of the films being shown at Belfast Film Festival’s Horror Weekend which takes place at Belfast Waterfront on Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd April.

Horror All-Nighter
Saturday 2nd April: from 9pm
Stay up all night with four brand new horror films – guaranteed to keep sleep at bay!

This dark, disturbing film explores the dark worlds of revenge and death. Tanya returns from the dead to search for the mother she has never met, but sends her into a state of madness and gore-filled retribution…

Mary and her son Fergal live their lives on the run, using an ancient form of magic to hide from a terrifying hunter who is intent on seeking them out and killing them…

The Pack (La Meute)
In the middle of a snowy no-man’s land Charlotte picks up hitchhiker, Max. They stop in a truck-stop restaurant but, when Max disappears and Charlotte returns to look for him, she finds much more than she bargained for…

The Taint
The water is tainted, poisoning the minds of the men and creating a psychopathic rabble bent on destruction. This low-budget horror flick is a testament to guerilla style filmmaking with a classic mix of gore and horror.

Belfast Film Festival Horror Weekend at the Waterfront is strictly for over 18’s only.

Tickets (priced £10 each session or £20 for a full Festival Pass) are available online, from the Waterfront and Ulster Hall Box Offices and by calling 028 9033 4455.

There is a Waterfront Credit/Debit card handling charge of £1 per ticket for bookings made by telephone.
A fee of 50p per booking is payable for tickets forwarded by post.
Online bookings attract a charge of just £1.50 per transaction.

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