Goodbye & Goodnight-Talkshow with Johan innan Dead Shack

late night

Every festival day will end with a talk show at Stadshallen were the festival director will be telling more or less wacky anecdotes from my festival years, interview guests, the audience, other LIFFF workers and a host of other fun people. There might be a live band and every night will see a movie being told in episodic form! If you’re going out you might as well do it with a BANG!  Read More

Dead Shack


Jason joins his best friend Colin and his family for a relaxing (haha) weekend in a remote cabin in the woods that they found on Craigslist. Their company is Colin’s sister whom Jason is bashfully in love with and their father and his somewhat alcoholic girlfriend. For the three teenagers, relaxing means boring and they are understandably not that keen on having a ‘relaxing weekend’ in the middle of nowhere with two drunk adults. They may not know that ‘boring’... Read More

Don’t Knock Twice


Urban legends are nothing to mess with. Caradog W. James’ Don’t Knock Twice quickly learn us that. A guilt-ridden mother is desperately trying to re-connect with her teenage daughter, Chloe, who has spent most of her life as a foster child. One night Chloe and her boyfriend decides that it would be a good idea to visit the house of an urban legend. The legend says, that is you knock twice a witch will come and take you. To prove that this is just an urban legend, Chloe’s... Read More

Legend of Dark Rider


In the cold North they tell the legend of the dark rider, who is half man, half monster. The old stories talk about brave and foolish men who went looking for the dark rider, never to return home. Director Titus Paar states that he wanted to bring something new, fresh and Black Metal dark to fantasy. A feature length film is in production, but take the chance now to see this atmospheric and bloody short film.  Read More



The best zom-rom-com of all time. Should it be so hard to put together financing, a reasonably competent team, sensible producers and somewhat credible actors for the best-ever romantic zombie comedy? The simple answer is: yes. Catherine Sweeney is unfortunately forced to learn this the hard and bloody way. Financiers tell her that she desperately needs a talking dog in the script for the film to work, men wonder why she, as a woman is dealing with horror in the first place and... Read More

Ash vs the Evil Dead


Ash is back! The hero from the cult film Evil Dead may be old and tired, but his chainsaw isn’t. The horror comedy of the fall, from Starz, premieres during Halloween. In the 80s, childhood friends Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell created the low-budget film Evil Dead, where Raimi directed and Campbell as the monster fighter Ash. The film became an unexpected success, shown in Cannes and praised by Stephen King. Now it’s time for the comic spin-off Ash vs Evil Dead, where our... Read More

Tales of Halloween


Two neighbors get in a fight to the death over who has the best Halloween decorations; A woman is stalked by a ghost who cuts out the eyes of her victims; A genetically modified killer pumping on the run, roams the streets. These are a few of the ten terrors which haunt a sleepy suburbia during the year’s most supernatural holiday. This hell-broth is created by Axelle Carolyn (Soulmate) in order to summon some of the wickedest and smartest today’s indie directors. Among others Lucky... Read More



It’s with great pleasure that we will present the European premiere of Christian Hallman’s Sensoria. Hallman has been a big part of LIFFF and the European festival community for years and now makes his feature film debut with this atmospheric ghost story written by another old LIFFFer; Måns FG Thunberg. Caroline has lost everything and in search of a new beginning, she moves into an old apartment. But she soon realises that everything is not what it seems, her more or less... Read More



It is easy to make the argument that with films such as Irréversible and Enter the Void, Gaspar Noé is the enfant terrible, par excellence of the 2000’s. His personal appearance, which resembles Anton LaVey channeling a 70’s porn star, does nothing to hide his cinematic intentions. So it should come as a surprise to no one that Noé’s first feature in six years made the audience at the premiere in Cannes lose their proverbial shit, and had fights breaking out during its... Read More

Suburban Gothic


When Raymond (Matthew Gray Gubler) is suddenly forced by circumstance to move from his own big city apartment and return to his conservative, hard-ass dad (played by Ray Wise, Twin Peaks) and picture-perfect, never-a-hair-out-of-place mom in Suburbia, he finds himself in a situation that just seems hauntingly familiar. Maybe because his room is a perfect time capsule from when he was about ten. Or maybe because he, for the first time since he was a kid, starts seeing ghosts again. Teaming... Read More