Christabel Presents 'Oh the Horror!' at RedYellowBlue

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Posted: 17.Oct.2017 Author: Ornella Kolle

What makes a terrifying Horror story? One vital element is suspense. Holding an audience’s fear and anxiety for long enough is a must-have on any Horror director’s checklist.

On October the 29th at RedYellowBlue, the night will start off with a handful of Horror animations, a selection of shorts films and before moving onto a very special screening of “Mab” followed by a Q&A with a panel of special guests. 

Although there are no official age ratings we do not recommend the event suitable for children.

Follow the link to get your free tickets - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/christabel-presents-oh-the-horror-tickets-38811749989




Zombigotchi! (Dir. Mikey Please, 2010, 55 secs, UK)
A short animation on the cutest little zombie you'll ever meet.

Vicious Zombie Circle (Dir. Alex Amelines, 2012, 1 min 30 secs, UK)
Zombies are people too. Like everyone else they eat, they love, they fear, they hate, they can make mistakes and they also enjoy a good chainsaw.

Meanwhile: A Spooky Forest (Dir. Alasdair Brotherston & Jock Mooney, 2012, 10 secs, UK)
Micro-short animation

Rot (Dir. Erica Luke, 2012, 33 secs, UK)
Stop-motion displaying the decay of human flesh

Mighty Antlers (Dir. Sune Fogtmann, 2011, 4 mins 39 secs. Denmark)
A man drives his car furiously down a narrow road when he encounters a deer he makes a villainous attempt to ram it. However this particular hit and run concluded to jaw-crushing consequences. 

Dead Beat Dad (Dir. Kevin Williams, 2012, 1 min 55 secs Canada)
This short was created as part of a graduate project in animation.




He Dies at the End (Dir. Damian McCarthy, 2010, 5 mins, UK)
Alone in an office, a man is taking part in a strange online quiz, to find out how he will die.

The Smiling Man (Dir. AJ Briones, 2015, 7 mins 4 secs, USA)
A little girl comes face to face with pure evil.

Unknown Number (Dir. David Nguyen, 2016, 7 mins 30 secs, Canada)
A girl who is up late studying finds herself being haunted and receiving calls from an unknown number.

Charlie (Dir. Luke Mordue, 2013, 16 min 39 secs, UK)
"...if you don't forward this email to 15 people in the next 5 minutes Charlie will come for you at 9pm tomorrow night..." 

Bedfellows (Dir. Drew Daywalt, 2008, 2 min 30 secs, USA)
It is only a few minutes before one in the morning and the rude and repetitive noise of an incoming call ruptures the stillness of the night. Who could that be at this hour? And why is the husband as stiff as a corpse?

I Heard It Too (Dir. Matt Sears, 2014, 8 mins, USA)A girl hears her mother yelling her name from downstairs. As she gets to the stairs, her mum pulls her into her room and says “I heard it too”.

A girl hears her mother yelling her name from downstairs. As she gets to the stairs, her mum pulls her into her room and says “I heard it too”.

Mr. Creak (Dir. Liam Banks, 2015, 4 mins, UK)

Returning to her childhood home after many years, Penelope is tormented by a monster that she thought had vanished long ago.

Vicious (Dir. Oliver Park, 2015, 12 min 30 secs, UK)
A young woman comes home one night to find her front door unlocked and suspects she might not be alone in the house.Winner of Best Film at Toronto After Dark and the Platinum Award for Best Film in the LA Horror Competition 2016. 




Mab (Dir. Katie Bonham, 2017, 15 mins 8 secs, UK)
A magical realism short that uncovers the sacrifices people make to take control of their lives and the evil that lurks in the darkness of despair.


8:30 - 8:50PM - BREAK


Enjoy a drink and some light refreshments from the bar at RedYellowBlue.



Discussion and Q&A with Paul McEvoy, director of Fright Fest and Katie Bonham director of "Mab".

More guests and spooky surprises TBA!

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