Leeds Horror Film Festival, 26th April 2015!

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Next Sunday, Hayley’s Horror Reviews will be heading to West Yorkshire to attend the first Leeds Horror Film Festival (formerly The Leeds Zombie Film Festival). Run by Emmerdale Actors Dominic Brunt (Before Dawn, Inbred) and Mark Charnock (AKA. Paddy and Marlon), the festival will be showcasing six bloodthirsty films, celebrating classic movie monsters from the past and present. Even more amazing is the festival is a charity event, admission is £15 (cash only on the door) which will go towards World Animal Protection.

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The monstrous line-up consists of Night of the Demon (1957), followed by Lamberto Bava’s cult classic Demons (1985), iconic controversial chiller, The Exorcist (1973) and last year’s festival crowd pleaser Dead Snow 2 (2014).

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We are then being treated to the UK premiere of  Australian horror Charlie’s Farm (2014) starring Friday the 13th favourite Kane Hodder. To close things off will be a screening of my all time favourite horror film, An American Werewolf in London (1981), a chance to re-live the bad moon rising all over again!

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Leeds Bleeds takes place at the Cottage Road Cinema, beginning at 12pm and concluding at 12am! With this being my first visit to the festival, I’m looking forward to a goretastic time of watching some of the genre’s best offerings with like-minded horror fans.

For more information check out the Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/67724484578/?fref=ts

Hayley Alice Roberts

Hayley’s Horror Reviews.

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