BHFF | 2016
Cineworld, Leicester Square | Friday & Saturday, October 28th & 29th
Come visit the new Cineworld, Leicester Square for two days of fear!
We have some brilliant films screening this year from surreal, frightening features to shocking and funny shorts.
The Official Selection
Friday, October 28th | 7:00pm
Capture Kill Release
Directors: Nick McAnulty & Brian Allan Stewart
Writer: Nick McAnulty
Producers: Nick McAnulty & Brian Allan Stewart
Cast: Jennifer Fraser, Farhang Ghajar, Jonathan Gates, Rich Piatkowski & Christina Schimmel
A couple plots to murder a random stranger just for the thrill of it, but things turn ugly when one of them decides not to go through with it.
Saturday, October 29th | 1:00pm
Director: Spencer Hawken
Writer: Spencer Hawken
Producers: Spencer Hawken & Lucinda Rhodes-Flaherty
Cast: Lucinda Rhodes, Francesca Ciardi, Jessie Williams & Jon Guerriero
While a town celebrate the arrival of Christmas, staff at a shopping centre become victim to a very unconventional zombie invasion.
Saturday, October 29th | 6:00pm
(David Jeffery, 9m)
Sorority sisters Jenn and Stacey must survive a night of horror in their pledge house. Will they fall victim to a terrifying killer? Or will they come face to face with another evil.
(Nick Padley, 10m)
A recently widowed mother has to take drastic action when she discovers her 12 year old son might be a psychopath in the making.
(Daniel M. Smith, 21m)
A young genius deviant uses a radio controlled drone fly with a camera in its head to spy on his ex-girlfriend.
(Mike Jones, 10m)
A short tense thriller, Chaste centres on one turbulent night but deals with a lifetime of regret. Gabrielle's life is beige an homage to mediocrity - all Gabrielle wanted was a home full of love but all she's created is her own mausoleum.
Forget Me Not
(Andreas Avgousti, 9m)
Forget Me Not revolves around recently widowed Eliza (Sophie Brooke) and her personal journey to self destruction. Buried in guilt, she must fight her own demons while being haunted by a ghost of her past.
(Victoria Angell, 6m)
In order to stop her abuse at home, Amanda decides to summon a demon for help. What she gets is not what she wanted, but it is exactly what she asked for.
(Nathan Crooker, 4m)
A man turns on his TV but
can only find static, when suddenly the static cuts out to show security camera footage of a masked killer chasing a scantily-clad woman and brutally gutting her in an apartment hallway.
The Barber's Cut
(Mike Brocking, 12m)
Two cut off but living heads wake up in a fridge and manage to escape while trying to avoid a psycho barber.
Under The Bed
(James Mansell, 2m)
An unsettling twist on the story of the monster under the bed.
I Lived Here
(Martin Laurence, 6m)
A dark entity finds a young woman in it's house and reminds her time is temporary...Hell is forever.
Saturday, October 29th | 8:00pm
Director: Jamie Patterson
Writer: Christian Hearn
Producers: Jamie Patterson, Nathalie Grace, Karl Davies & April Pearson
Cast: April Pearson, Karl Davies, Louisa Lytton, Jordan Metcalfe & Calvin Dean
When a tyre blows on the way to a romantic countryside getaway, Rebecca and Michael sense someone is watching. The only people they encountered along the way were friendly strangers Freyr and Alva who gave them a lift. But their holiday home becomes a terrifying prison as they are tortured by something or someone outside.
Fractured (Dir. by Jamie Patterson)
Death Walks (Dir. by Spencer Hawken)
Karl Davies (Fractured)
April Pearson (Fractured)
Best Unproduced Screenplay
Killer App v2.0 (Written by Joseph Ferrante)
Best Supporting Actor
Jon Guerriero (Death Walks)
Best Supporting Actress
Louisa Lytton (Fractured)
Jamie Patterson (Fractured)
Best Feature Film
Fractured (Dir. by Jamie Patterson)
Best Short Film
Chaste (Dir. by Mike Jones)
British Horror Award
(best achievement on a low budget)
The Barber’s Cut (Dir. by Mike Brocking)
Ruby Blue | Leicester Square, London
The After Parties for the Film Festival Guild events are legendary and this one will be no less! The evening will be hosted by Ruby Blue, in the heart of Leicester Square. Here the audience will be able to rub shoulders with the stars, have a drink on us, dance and party until the early hours of the morning!