Dir: Daniel Butler
Dir: Isaac Berrocal
Dir: Simon O’Neill
Dir: Alvaro Rodriguez Areny
Dir: Elliot Vick and Reuben Vick
Dir: Will Lee
Dir: Daniel Butler
Dir: Will Lee
We are delighted to welcome audiences to this year’s IFI Horrorthon and a weekend celebrating all that is best in horror. It is a particular pleasure after recent years to be able to do so together, as horror is most definitely best enjoyed as a communal experience, in a cinema full of fellow fans. This year’s selection includes films from locations as far-flung as Thailand and Mexico, as well as the opening film of this year’s Cannes Film Festival, and new 4K restorations of some of the best films by the legendary Dario Argento. We very much look forward to sharing this year’s films with you.
It’s here! We could not be happier to welcome you back to our Eustace Street home for 2021’s IFI Horrorthon, which will take place both in-cinema and online on IFI@Home.
In-cinema tickets: www.ifi.ie/horrorthon/
5-film pass, 10-film pass, and four-day festival pass available
IFI@Home rentals: https://www.ifihome.ie/page/horrorthon-2021/
Online festival pass available, plus 5-film bundles or 10-film bundles of your own curation
In line with government guidelines, the IFI currently hopes to move to 100% cinema capacity from October 22nd, in which case allocated seating will no longer be in place in screen.
Visceral Australian slasher The Slaughterhouse Killer tells the story of Box (Craig Ingham), whose passion for slaughter is hard to curb at his job in the local abattoir. When young parolee Nathan (James Mason) joins him at the slaughterhouse, the two urge each other on to brutal consequences.
The premiere screening of Stanford Prison Experiment-inspired Like Dogs sees a behavioural experiment treating humans like animals go wrong, with dire consequences for two recent college grads.
This might be of interest to some Horrorthoners. Say the word Bela at the door to get the special concession rate of €8!
The Wild Duck on Thursday, February 13th at 8.00pm
An Alternative Evening of Light Entertainment on Valentines Eve
with Restive Nation and Witchkicker
Dublin based Lugosi formed in 2016 consisting of JM Burr and Jimmy Rooney (of the band the Reverend JM’s panic worship), film maker and former Hungry Souls guitarist Alan Morton, and Neal Wright, formerly of Belfast’s Memento Mori. Lugosi are a Dublin based alternative rock band, fusing the styles of punk and stoner music with an engaging performance style and lyrics permeated by a singular humour.
With influences ranging from Misfits, Black Sabbath, Fu Manchu and Clutch, coupled with a love of the macabre, Lugosi’s original songs range in subject matter from alien vampires, American Indian legends, horror and witchcraft. A sonic Ed Wood movie, delivered through the medium of rock ‘n’ roll.
Restive Nation are a three-piece electronic rock band from Dublin. Their unique blend of organic and synthetic sounds makes for an extremely textured listening experience. Their style reaches from many influences of industrial, trip hop and electronic genres. Although many of their current works are instrumental, various singers join the line-up for certain songs.
Chris is in charge of synths and production. His background in electronic dance music and sound design helps provide the band with some intense and atmospheric noises. Timmy is on bass. Having been around on the Irish music scene as a past member of diverse bands such as Lotus Eater and Rhiannon and the Face Collectors, he brings the various styles he has cultivated from such groups to add some unique low end to the Restive Nation sound. Kevin on drums, has played with several bands on the Irish scene including Lace Weeper, Franko Franko and 21 Outs with a keen interest in several styles such as indie, electro, prog rock, jazz and ambient.
Witchkicker are an all-female metal quartet based in Dublin. Inspired by the likes of Deftones, Rush, Gojira and Kings X… and ABBA.
Thursday, February 13th Doors 4.00pm €10.00 (Conc. €8.00)
The Wild Duck, 17/20 Sycamore St, Dublin 2
For further information contact Barry Hartigan on (086) 0267832 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Horrorthon are proud to present the following selections at this year’s short film showcase taking place on Sunday 27th October 2019 at the IFI.
Today is the Day (Ireland)
Sit Beside Me (Ireland)
The Unquiet (Ireland)
Guest House (Ireland)
The Vampire (Spain)
A Cinephile In The Forest (Spain)
Unholy ‘Mole (US)
I’m Sorry My Love (Spain)
IFI Horrorthon returns from October 24th to 28th 2019 with five days of frights and fun. Full festival pass and multi-film passes available at IFI Box Office.
The 2019 IFI Horrorthon brochure can be viewed HERE.
Get two complimentary tickets to Jim Jarmusch’s The Dead Don’t Die at the IFI when you buy a discounted 5-day Early Bird Horrorthon 2019 pass for €150 (full price €160). Limited offer. Terms and conditions apply.