A notorious cult kidnaps a young girl, and sacrifice themselves by the light of the locust moon. The next morning the girl awakes, caked in dried blood and surrounded by corpses…but safe – or so she thinks. Years later, the locust moon is about to rise again and the girl is captured once more by a surviving member of the cult. She is taken to a remote cabin where she learns that a demon has been growing inside of her all these years, and before the dawn it will rise.  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

Ice Guardians


-With legendary NHLer Mats Näslund in attendance A hockey documentary at LIFFF !? Those of you who attended the festival in recent years knows how much I love hockey so it is perhaps not that surprising nonetheless. But the reason we are screening it is simply because it is one of the year’s best films and it deserves to be seen in a theatre. . Ice Guardians tells the story of hockey’s own Boogeymen (not so far-fetched anyway), the so-called modern gladiators, that... Read More

Religion/supernatural: Portal To Hell!!!


Superintendent Jack is a gruff old man who takes care of an apartment complex, but he is tired of having to fix all the small things people can´t handle and telling them to obey the rules of the house. He would rather sit down and have his feet at the table reading a good book instead. One day when he´s down in the boiler-room he encounters two old men in robes and underpants in front of a portal trying to summon Cthulu. This leads to an epic fight of biblical proportions.  Read More

The Unseen


Geoff Redknap’s The Unseen, is not your typical Father-goes-rescuing-his-daughter story. When Bob (Aden Young) gets a call from his x-wife, regarding their teenage daugther’s behaviour, he finally decides to visit after eight years of abandonment. We quickly learn that Bob is not your ordinary father and that he is carrying on an unusual secret. Bob’s visit takes an unexpected turn, when his daughter goes missing after visiting an abandoned asylum. Here you might think that... Read More

The Demolisher


When police officer Samantha survives a gang-related assault, she is bound to a life at home in her wheelchair far away from where she wants to be. Together with her husband Bruce, Samantha tries to hold herself and their life together. But Bruce cannot let go of the tormenting distress and fury over what happened to his wife. By day Bruce works as a repairman but by night he puts on his revenge suit and wander the streets, searching for the gang that destroyed his wife’s life... Read More

Hobo with a Shotgun

It is not easy to make something that is so tacky that it’s good. But ‘Hobo With a Shotgun’ navigates with great ease in the borderland between bad taste and uncompromising exploitation. While films such as ‘Machete’ tried to make the B-movie accessible to a mainstream audience, this anarchistic opus leaves us under no illusions that it is easy to digest. We have scantily clad women that dance in fountains of blood from torn-off heads, half-severed... Read More