Unrestricted View Horror Film Festival: Thursday 31st October

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  • Little Terrors 1
     31 October, 2019
     4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
     31 October, 2019
     7:00 pm - 10:30 pm
  • Day pass
     31 October, 2019
     4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

31st October

4.30pm – Little Terrors 1

4.30pm  88 mins  £8

ALISA (Johannes Lilja & Anne-Mari Musturi)

Tuomas’s life has been ruined by alcohol. His brother brings him to DIY rehab at their family’s summer cottage. As the symptoms of the detox worsen, Tuomas begins to suspect that something lurks in the lake and it has something to do with a secret from his past.


LOBISOME (Juan De Dios Garduño)

Jorge and Iván receive a simple assignment: steal a briefcase and deliver it to their client in the bathrooms of an airport. What they did not imagine is that the briefcase contains a thousand-year curse.

CARGA (Yad Deen)

Marta and Juan travel to Iraq to uncover the secrets of an abandoned cigarette factory.


THE THIRD HAND (Yoni Weisberg)

Tonight feels like any other in the mundane life of this office worker. He watches the same show, eats the same food and just waits for it to end. But tonight is different. A blackout deep in the night awakens a mysterious room. Inside could be the secret to his wildest dreams, or worst nightmares.

PLASMID (Roshni Bhatia)

A young nurse must fight for her life when her house has been invaded by an unearthly intruder.

ATOMIC ED (Nicolas Hugon)

Ed is the favorite victim of Mark, the neighborhood motorcycle gang leader. The day when one of the members of the gang is found horribly mutilated, they lash out on him. Ed has no choice but to take responsibility and an improvised weapon to become the one he has always dreamed of being.



7pm £8

Writer/Director Damon Rickard will be joining us to showcase a
feature and a shorts programme representing the best in UK
independent horror.

Death of a Vlogger (Graham Hughes)
An ambitious vlogger experiences the dark side of the internet
when his latest video, which features an alleged haunting, goes

Eat Me Out (Damon Rickard) – World Premier

On the last night of reality TV dining show, Eat Me Out (Of House And Home) the fate of the competing three couples is more than just who takes home the prize money.
Midnight (Katie Bonham)

When strange manifestations begin to haunt Eddie, he is forced to uncover the dark and disturbing history of his home in this unsettling tale of regret and abandonment.

The Cunning Man (Zoe Dobson)

The Cunning Man is inspired by a real Cunning Man, John Harries (c.1785 – 1839). It’s an enchanted tale of compassion in the face of callous greed.

Patron (Emily Haigh & Alon Young)

Vickie Black is young and hungry. After successfully landing an interview for a prestigious job at an age-old, unscrupulous organisation it looks like Vickie might be on the verge of hitting the big time. The questions from her faceless male interviewers soon become predatory and Vickie reaches breaking point, if her spirit is to survive this encounter she must undergo an abstract and radical physical transformation.

The Dead Ones (Stefan Georgiou)

Those whose lives are cut short by violence do not disappear, they live to haunt the person who killed them.

The Editor (Martin Laurence)

The edit of a new feature film takes a sinister turn as the editor soon realises that people are dying as he cuts. Could he be next?

Wither (Ethan Evans)

In a town acclaimed for honouring ancient folklore, a young girl finds herself vulnerable to a sinister mythological farmer after failing to contribute to the annual tradition.

History of Nipples (Bailey Tom Bailey)

What are men’s nipples for? One man takes drastic action.

Bump (Alex Mathieson) – World Premier

A father is asked by his son to read him a bed time story. But the story has a terrible secret and it starts with a bump in the night.


Tickets booked online must be collected 15mins before showtime. Cash tickets are available for 30 mins at the box office. TICKETS ARE NON REFUNDABLE


Ticket price includes a £1.50 membership fee which entitles you to £1.50 off all further shows at the theatre for one year. The membership card will be presented with your ticket(s) at the box office, on the day.

Over 18’s only, limited access for people with disabilities, no admittance for latecomers.

Hen & Chickens Theatre

109 St Paul’s Road

London N1 2NA


Venue Phone: 020 7704 2001

109 St Paul's Road, London, N1 2NA