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Eve awakes in an unstaffed medical facility, awaiting diagnosis for a mystery illness. With no recollection of how, why, or when she was admitted, she joins a
Emily desperately wants to be an actress. When a weird theatre troupe of misfits take her in, she is excited at first. But the group turns out to be a deadly
An injured and disorientated climber regains consciousness in a mountain bothy. With no memory of how he got there, first he must deal with his life-
Join the Paracinema Team and film writer David Dent (Dark Eyes Of London) for a mini recap of the year in British Fantastic Cinema. David is continuing the
A selection of films that revel on the outskirts of normal.
Shorts Line Up:
Wharton’s Cherry Jelly - Dir: Francesco Piro UK
In a fantastical uterine
In a post-apocalyptic world, a female organ dealer seeks revenge on the cartel that murdered her family. Certainly not for everyone - this is a brutal,
Join us in the QUAD Café/bar and bring your best film quiz ringer or download the Matrix into your noggin in preparation. It’s the Infamous and Legendary
The embers of these shorts will continue to burn with you long after you’ve witnessed them.
La Llorona – Dir: Jose Quintero
Paracinema head out into the wide world so you don’t have to! Featuring a demonic selection from The Netherlands, Greece, Germany, France, Argentina, Ireland
Romeo and Juliet risk everything to be together. In defiance of their feuding families, they chase a future of joy and passion as violence erupts around them
‘Crying wolf’ becomes a fascinating reality in Misha And The Wolves, a documentary exploration of the life of Holocaust survivor Misha Defonseca, a Belgian
Peter Bogdanovich and his partner Polly Platt were cinephiles before the term was invented. With a history of absorbing the classics it is no surprise that