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28th Sep 2019

Here’s The Full Line-Up For Horrorthon 2019

Sarah Finnan

As everyone knows, October is scary movie season.

Crisper weather and whisperings of Halloween make it the perfect time to curl up with a pal and get your scare on…pals needed for warmth and of course moral support.

The Irish Film Institute’s Horrorthon is set to return once again for five days of frights and fun. A celebration of all your favourite fiendish flicks, this year’s festival will combine both homegrown and international talent to make sure you’re left truly terrified.

Running from Thursday 24 to Monday 28 October, the festival celebrates some of the best in the biz from new releases to old-school cult classics and everything in between.

Described as “the most horrifying event in the Irish film calendar”, Temple Bar will see the likes of I See You, Here Comes Hell and Little Monsters hit the screens.

The full schedule of events is as follows:

Thursday 24 October

19.00: Little Monsters + short Daughter of Dismay
21.10: Girl on the Third Floor
23.00: Blood and Flesh: The Reel Life and Grizzly Death of Al Adamson
23.00: Infection
23.10: The Black String

Friday 25 October

13.20: Here Comes Hell
14.50: Alive
16.45: 1BR
18.50: She Never Died
20.45: Bliss
22.20: DOUBLE BILL: The Damned / Echoes of Fear
22.30: DOUBLE BILL: The Drone / Mutant Blast
22.45: Deathcember

Saturday 26 October

13.00: Scream, Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street
15.00: I See You
17.00: Kindred Spirits
19.00: Color Out of Space
21.20: Bullets of Justice
23.00: Finale
23.00: Trick
23.10: Antrum: The Deadliest Film Ever Made

Sunday 27 October

13.00: Short Film Showcase
15.00: The Magnificent Obsession of Michael Reeves
16.50: The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil
19.00: Surprise Film
21.00: Why Don’t You Just Die!
22.50: A Night of Horror: Nightmare Radio
23.00: The Perished
23.10: Reborn

Monday 28 October

13.00: Immortal
14.50: Daniel Isn’t Real
16.50: Porno
18.45: The Pool
20.40: Come to Daddy + short Meat Cute

Tickets are available now and can be bought here.

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