Unrestricted View Horror Film Festival 2021 – Day 6
30th October 2021
Chatty (Dir: Kit Garchow ) USA
Lexi, an overworked, shy young woman, has always had a hard time fitting in at work. So, when her coworkers accidentally let slip their plans for a party that evening, Lexi knows their forced invitation is not as welcome as they pretend. To avoid embarrassment, Lexi stays late at their vacant office. But the boundaries of her safe, normal reality implode when demonic whispers, playing on her deepest insecurities, trap her in a living nightmare…
Upstairs (Dir: Phillip Trow) UK
Finally breaking through her medicated haze, Jennifer Saint is determined to prove that she’s not delusional and her family’s dark sinister secret is actually the disturbing truth.
You’re Next (Dir: Sean Breathnach) Ireland
A couple on the run encounter a horror in the woods.
Argon (Dir: Shoresh Vakili) Iran
In the city where the zombie attacked, several people are hiding in the garage when a zombie enters the garage …
Make a Wish (Dir: Dinh Thai) USA
A light-hearted comedy about the sweetest fiancé giving her boyfriend the best birthday present ever.
She Cries at Night (Dir: Stephen Parker) UK
A grieving schoolteacher struggles to reconnect with his wife after the death of their only child… All the while a sinister wailing echoes through their house each night. Driving them further and further apart.
Enter Nirvana (Dir: Lindsay Bennett-Thompson) UK
A woman’s journey to find peace leads to esoteric depths.
Ad Lib (Dir: Joseph Catté) France
Max and Julie are very much in love. Julie is rather jealous but Max knows nobody’s perfect. Certainly not himself.
There’s No Hell Like Home (Dir: Russell Southam) Australia
Sometimes your sanctuary is not always your salvation.
This film deals with the suspension of mental health outpatient services, border closures, and public health orders to self-isolate in Australia during the 2020/2021 Covid-19 global pandemic. How do the homeless, the poor, and those ostracized by family and friends access their ongoing mental health care when social distancing closes regional outpatient services?
A Hand (Dir: Bob Pipe) UK
It’s been a tough time for everyone, it’s ok to admit we sometimes just need a hand…
Bloodshed (Dir: Paolo Mancini & Daniel Watchorn) Canada
Ridden with guilt after the untimely death of his wife from a rare blood disease, grief-stricken Getty turns his hobby shed into a bloody altar of worship and brutal sacrifice in his relentless search for Redemption. As he descends into madness, many will bleed…
Copse Farm (Dir: David Bispham & Danny Albury) UK
When a lone man discovers a seemingly lost letter he decides to take it to the farmhouse to which it’s addressed. What awaits him is far more sinister than he could ever foresee.
Eurydice (Dir: Domenico De Orsi) Italy
A child is branded by the devil. Than begins his struggle through knowledge. Later he finds a way to trick the devil, but who is the real deceiver?
Operator (Dir: Jonathan Hughes) Ireland
A self-obsessed call centre worker deals with a personal heartbreak while on shift as the world crumbles around him… due to a zombie apocalypse.
Annabel Lee (Dir: Amy Coop) UK
A young couple flee to the coast to await a boat that will take them on to a new life. As they wait, dark forces close in and their plan starts to unravel, with tragic consequences. Based on the poem by Edgar Allan Poe.
Koreatown Ghost Story (Dir: Minsun Park & Teddy Tenenbaum) USA
In this supernatural horror tale based on a Korean ritual starring Margaret Cho and Lyrica Okano, a woman entertains a macabre marriage offer that would let her pursue her dreams, for better or for much much worse.
Piggies (Dir: Elliot Wood & Ollie Graham) UK
3 brothers visit their grandmother for a delicious Sunday Roast. Much to their embarrassment someone else has made conflicting dinner plans…
A Fistful of Coins (Dir: Chico Noras) Portugal
Portugal, 2021. In the aftermath of a pandemic, a lovely matriarch, Judite, goes for a daily stroll with her grandson. But she is suddenly pulled out of her suburban slumber by a liquidation sale that she simply can’t refuse.
Hunger (Dir: Mark Dollard) Ireland
A heroin addict is pursued by a menacing figure.
Moonlit Requiem (Dir: Arthur Edelman) UK
Upon meeting her husband’s family for the first time, Jill becomes suspicious of the family’s obsession with Pagan rituals.
Tinder Tango (Dir: Cecilia Robles) USA
A dreamy Tinder match. Two tango aficionados meet for the first time and it turns out to be a hell of a date!
Out at Night (Dir: Christopher Hewitt) UK
On a cold night in the middle of nowhere stands Will, a drifter who has just used up his last favour. He’s nowhere to go but he starts to walk, telling himself life can’t be any more unfair when a passing car clips a puddle, soaking him. The car pulls over and the driver, Martin, on his way home from a late night in the office, offers him a lift seemingly out of guilt, before it turns into a desperate proposition: money and warmth for his brief company. Will doesn’t want to say yes but he can’t say no. The two find a quiet spot in the woods to park up… but something starts to go bump in the night before they do.