Celluloid Screams 2014 – Full line-up announced

The line-up for this years Celluloid Screams horror film festival, which takes place at Sheffield’s Showroom Cinema from 24th – 26th October, has today been revealed in full. It includes a number of short films, including two by Andy StewartSplit and Ink.

As already announced, Astron-6′s latest, eagerly-awaited film, The Editor will open this years Celluloid Screams - with the Astron 6 gang of Adam Brooks, Matthew Kennedy and Conor Sweeney in attendance. Also in attendance (and one Major reason for horror fans to make sure they make it to the fest this year) is legendary producer/director Brian Yuzna, with screenings of his films Society, Bride of Re-Animator and a rare big-screen showing of the superb Dagon!

The full line-up includes screenings of Housebound, Creep, Chocolate Strawberry Vanilla, Starry Eyes, What We Do In The Shadows, Suburban Gothic, Spring, The ABCs of Death 2, and closing the festival is Dead Snow 2: Red vs.
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The B Movie Celebration in Franklin, Indiana Gets Set to Showcase Several Creature Features September 23rd

The B Movie Celebration is getting ready to kick off its latest round of films September 23rd. Over thirty films will be in attendance from the zombie thriller Beverley Lane to the creature feature Millenium Bug. As well, several guests will be in attendance including director Kevin Tunney (Night of the Demons) and Tony Randel of Hellbound: Hellraiser 2 fame. Several features will have their World Premiere hosted at Franklin including Camel Spiders, Dino Wolf, and Night Claws. Also several films from the past will be in attendance e.g Killer Clowns from Outer Space. Sasquatch-ploitation features, the staple of B Movie film festivals, will be showing including Night Claws and Nightbeasts.

Nightbeasts will be one of the highlights of the festival and this is the first feature film from director Wes Sullivan. The story involves a father son hunting trip that goes very wrong. In the woods lies an ancient Native legend that is big,
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