Unrestricted View Horror Film Festival – Sunday 1st November

Sunday 1st November – Festival pass – £25, Daily pass – £10.

Due to the Coronavirus, we have taken the decision to take Unrestricted View Horror Film Festival 2020 online. A LINK AND CODE WILL BE EMAILED OUT TO TICKET HOLDERS 24/48 HOURS BEFORE THE SCREENING DAY.

Guest Feature (not in competition)

The Trap

Director: Fergus March


88 Minutes

Two very different groups arrive at the same building on the same night. Both after the same loot, a hoard of ancient treasure buried deep within a vast, abandoned Victorian bathhouse. One is a group of professional cat burglars. Hardened, experienced, and on one last mission before retirement. The other … well, not so professional. A bunch of misfit, unemployed youngsters on a team building exercise.

But neither group’s ready for the horrors they encounter…

Just one obstruction stands between them and riches beyond their wildest dreams. A deranged security guard has spent decades preparing the building against invasion and set up deadly and disturbing traps throughout the labyrinth.

As the two groups venture deeper into the bathhouse, the traps become ever more elaborate, as the tension and the hilarity reach fever pitch.

Why are they being hunted?

Who will survive the night?

When will the next trap be sprung?

The Trap – You Will Have Your Sides Split.


Web Series

Bleeding Art (UK) Dir: Pardeep Sahota

The Abnorms (Australia) Dir: Les Zig


Little Terrors 7

Tea Time (USA) Dir: Tara Price

Horrorscope (Spain) Dir: Pol Diggler

InSpite (UK) Dir: Ande Case

Framed (Ireland) Dir: Caroline Farrell

Born to be Damned II (France) Dir: Alan Baccus

Downfall (Canada) Dir: Colyn A. Brisebois

Good Man – Honour Your Father and Mother (Italy) Dir: Daniele Zinelli

For Him (UK) Dir: Ian Killick

Keep Looking (Mexico) Dir: Marcos Munoz Flores

Compulsion (UK) Dir: Conor Amos