7 - 17 april 2021 Amsterdam
After being kidnapped by two psychopaths, Eve manages to escape and hides in a forest. A wild and grueling cat-and-mouse-game ensues.
Troma legend Lloyd Kaufman is back as both director and star of this irreverent take on Shakespeare's The Tempest, featuring a lot of... shit.
Elderly couple use supernatural forces to bring their dead grandson back in original horror comedy with endearing and emotional touches.
An armed man believes a group of friends are demons. The Thing meets Get Out in tense and super entertaining horror.
A late-night TV show accuses an Argentinian dictator of being part of a coven of male witches. Clever and hilarious spoof tackles actual? traumatic events.
A westernized son confronts his traditional family in slow-burning Russian folk horror with rural and indigenous mysticism.
Brutality and tenderness are perfectly balanced in taut and claustrophobic family drama with elements of gruesome horror.
In a remote orphanage the past comes to hunt the present in this outrageous and sometimes hilarious supernatural body count extravaganza.
A Singaporean care worker is confronted with the dementia of her boss and the demons from her own life in intimate horror with mystical touches.
Sometime during the Cold War, a Soviet spacecraft crash lands. But its commander is not the only survivor in this compelling Russian movie.
Ingetogen, intelligente en provocactieve sci-fi uit Oostenrijk. Regisseur Sandra Wollner won in 2020 de Special Jury Award op het filmfestival van Berlijn.
Lonely photographer meets a young woman living her life on social media, in a poignant, dreamlike film, with a hint of body horror.