Running from November 11-13 in Brixton, London (in-person) and November 17-20 (virtual), Soho Horror Film Festival returns for its largest, most diverse and transgressive lineup to date.
Featuring 30 features and over 50 short films, Soho Horror Film Festival includes a number of UK debuts, including several prominent LGBTQIA films. In addition to Addison Heisman’s Hypochondriac (click here for my spoiler-y Horror Queers review), the festival will debut the feature-length version of Alex Birrell The Latent Image (click here for my thoughts on the short), as well as Daniel Montgomery’s The Jessica Cabin.
In addition to festival faves like Meglalomaniac and Bloody Disgusting acquisition All Jacked Up and Full of Worms, the in-person festival is bookended by Indigenous horror content like alien invasion flick Slash/Back and mythology-heavy Polaris.
The festival’s virtual event, the vast majority of which will be open internationally, includes other festival hits like nineties-tastic straight to video slasher sequel The Third Saturday in October Part V and intriguing, new-to-me titles like neo-giallo Night Caller, Bridesmaids-meets-Midsommar gem Stag, Icelandic pregnancy shocker It Hatched, Lebanese found-footage film What Is Buried Must Remain and even a Canadian truffle harvesting thriller in Peppergrass.
It’s an exciting and broad line-up and one that folks on the other side of the pond should jump on ASAP. Tickets for both the physical event and virtual event are on sale now!
Information, full details on all the films on show and tickets can be found at www.sohohorrorfest.com