Celluloid Screams: Sheffield Horror Film Festival returns to the Showroom 21-23 October 2016 

A weekend packed full of the best new and classic horror. We are very pleased to announce the programme for Celluloid Screams 2016 in what is set to be the festival’s best year yet.

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celluloid screams 2016
Celluloid Screams Festival Pass 2016 (18)
Get the most out of the Celluloid Screams weekend (it comes but once a year!)...
  • Fri 21 Oct
  • 09.00
 the void
The Void (18)
When small town police officer Daniel Carter (Aaron Poole) encounters a bloodied man on the road in the middle of nowhere, he takes him to the nearest hospital for treatment.
  • Fri 21 Oct
  • 19.00
Antibirth (18)
Trailer dweller Lou and her best friend Sadie spend most of their nights steeped in a murky haze of pot smoke and booze-filled TV-watching sessions, venturing out on occasion to party in a desolate community full of drug-addled ex-Marines.
  • Fri 21 Oct
  • 21.30
cat sick blues
Cat Sick Blues (18)
After the death of his cat, introverted loner Ted suffers a breakdown and convinces himself that in order to bring his beloved kitty back from the dead, he needs nine human lives to sacrifice.
  • Fri 21 Oct
  • 23.55
what we become
What We Become (18)
A viral outbreak hits the Danish suburbs in Bo Mikkelsen’s compelling slow-burner. The Johannson family’s idyllic summer is brought to a sudden halt when a particularly aggressive and virulent strain of flu takes hold.
  • Sat 22 Oct
  • 10.00
the devils candy
The Devils Candy (18)
When they snap up a spacious mansion in rural Texas at a bargain price, struggling artist Jesse (Cheap Thrills’ Ethan Embry) his wife Astrid (Shiri Appleby) and their daughter Zooey (Kiara Glasco) believe their domestic dreams have come true.
  • Sat 22 Oct
  • 12.10
Creepy (18)
After sustaining a serious injury at the hands of a deranged killer, police detective Takakura quits the force, moves to a quiet country village and takes a job teaching criminal psychology in the altogether safer confines of the local university
  • Sat 22 Oct
  • 14.20
yoga hosers
Yoga Hosers (18)
15 year old store clerks Colleen and Colleen spend their time dealing with difficult customers at the Eh-2-Zed convenience store but everything changes when they’re invited to a senior high school party.
  • Sat 22 Oct
  • 16.50
I am not  a serial killer
I Am Not A Serial Killer (18)
A Midwestern town is plagued by a series of murders and a young amateur sleuth is determined to unmask the killer, in this adaptation of the cult novel by Dan Wells.
  • Sat 22 Oct
  • 19.40
Secret Film (18)
Once again, our annual mystery film takes its place, waiting to reveal itself to you, our unsuspecting audience. You’ll only find out what it is as it’s about to begin. Screening with WHEN SUSURRUS STIRS
  • Sat 22 Oct
  • 22.00
from dusk til dawn
Celluloid Screams All-Nighter 2016 (18)
Saturday night at Celluloid Screams goes straight through ‘til Sunday morning, with an all-night extravaganza kicking off at midnight.
  • Sat 22 Oct
  • 23.55
we go on
We Go On (18)
Miles Grissom is plagued with a crippling fear of death, so much so that he is willing to pay $30,000 to anyone who can categorically prove the existence of the afterlife
  • Sun 23 Oct
  • 11.00
trash fire
Trash Fire (18)
Owen and Isabel are a couple in turmoil. Their relationship is characterised by barbed sarcasm mainly on the part of Owen, who suffers from severe intimacy and trust issues relating to a horrific family tragedy from his childhood.
  • Sun 23 Oct
  • 13.30
dearest sister
Dearest Sister (18)
A young village girl travels to the Lao capital, Vientiane, to care for her rich cousin who has lost her sight.
  • Sun 23 Oct
  • 16.00
Pet (18)
Security guard Seth (Dominic Monaghan) lives an isolated existence working in an animal shelter, and after a chance meeting with old flame Holly (Ksenia Solo) he thinks he’s found his ideal woman.
  • Sun 23 Oct
  • 19.10
Raw (Closing Gala) (18)
Brace yourselves for a ferocious, gruesome coming-of-age tale and THE breakout horror film of the year.
  • Sun 23 Oct
  • 21.30


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