They sometimes say real life is scarier than horror movies. Those people just aren’t watching the right movies.
The Shock & Gore festival returns this summer at The Electric Cinema from Friday 27th July to Sunday 5th August,
delivering another programme of unashamedly strange and downright shocking films to get your decaying teeth into.
Classics like The Old Dark House and the original Cape Fear are accompanied by new films such as Under The Tree and A Prayer Before Dawn along with
cult favourites like Buffy The Vampire Slayer and The Prisoner, plus our annual party night marks 20 years of Blade and 50 years of Night Of The Living Dead.
We’re also hosting a special screening of Ben Wheatley’s anarchic High-Rise at the top of Birmingham’s iconic Rotunda building, and our popular Trash Film Night
will be taking to the seas (or, more accurately, Birmingham’s canals) for a floating screening of Shark Attack 3: Megalodon.
Check out the full programme for Shock & Gore Festival HERE