A journey into the dark, cultish, chilling, exciting, dangerous, bloody and often downright strange side of cinema, with a selection of genre-busting edge-of-your-seat gems.
Night Moves is not just a selection of pure horror, however.
Ranging from bloodthirsty gore through to ecozombies, this selection of genre titles offers up dread and humour in equal measure, as well as
delivering pulse-pounding entertainment.
This year, women in horror take the front seat. There’s a double bill of Pollyanna McIntosh in The Woman and Darlin’, Roxanne Benjamin’s Body at Brighton Rock, Carolina Hellsgård’s Ever After and Emma Tammi’s The Wind.
Our late-night genre screenings don’t end here, see also A Retrospective Selection of Cult Spanish Cinema.
Sit back and enjoy the wild side of cinema . . .
View all films in the Night Moves strand here.