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Crystal Palace International Film Festival 2016: Horror/Sci-Fi Night

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St. John's Church, Crystal Palace

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Crystal Palace International Film Festival 2016: Horror/Sci-Fi Night

Catch some frightfests in a spooky, Gothic church if you dare…

Films: - Catch Directed by Paul Cooke, Dominic Rees-Roberts In a near future where all antibiotics have failed, Tom and his young daughter are quarantined in their home. RT: 16m UK - Jaded Star (World Premiere) Directed By James Debenham The captain of a deep space mining vessel is struggling as his crew are sent insane by a mysterious illness. RT: 16m UK - When Susurrus Stirs (UK Premiere) Directed By Anthony Cousins A man finds purpose in his meaningless life when he becomes host to an ancient creature named Susurrus. Not for the faint hearted. RT: 10m USA - Kernel Panic Directed By Martin O’Leary A space captain hurtling to the planet below with a malfunctioning space suit finds she needs a software upgrade to version 10. RT: 7.5m UK - Under The Bed Directed By James Mansell An unsettling twist on the story of the monster under the bed. RT: 2.5m UK - Playback Directed by Nathan Crooker PLAYBACK is a three-minute film shot in one take. It combines a John Carpenter type of slasher film with a Twilight Zone-like twist. RT: 4m USA - The Barber’s Cut Directed by Mark Brocking Two cut off heads wake up in a fridge and manage to escape while avoiding a psycho barber. RT: 12m UK - Creatures Of Whitechapel Directed by Jonathan Martin Frankenstein’s monster takes on a whole new perspectyive in this retro horror. RT: 26m UK/USA - Tokyo Directed by Zoran Trajkovic The year is 2029. A soldier is sent from the distant future to track down an unknown target in Tokyo. RT: 8m UK - Once Upon a Time in Space (European Premiere) Directed By Qishi Li Captain Adam is on a mission to colonize a habitable planet, but when his ship encounters disaster, he must forge a new plan quickly. RT: 19.5m USA Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Doors open: 7pm. Films start promptly at: 7:45pm. Bar available, food on sale from Chickory Kitchen.

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