Jeanette Nordahl's stylish and heart-stopping crime thriller is a debut not to be ignored.
Paddy Murphy blends social issues with horror in a film that will add to the discussion surrounding abortion rights.
Lucky McKee returns with another female-centric horror as Kindred Spirits has its European premiere at FrightFest.
Eric Pennycoff's debut feature is a decent slow-burn that doesn't take itself too seriously – but there's something missing.
Canadian director Chad Archibald delivers a heartfelt blend of genres in his newest horror film.
A pair of desperate, criminal lovers on the run discover more than what they bargained for when searching for a car to steal.
Feral is a physical storm that laps over New York City.
A comedy-horror set in a rural Irish town where both the living and the dead reside - both can cause equal amounts of trouble.
A couple on vacation find themselves in the wrong neck of the woods while dealing with their personal traumas.
Harold Holscher’s debut feature 8 is a refreshing take on a familiar trope that pulls from South African folklore.
Seahorse follows Freddy McConnell, a trans man from the seaside town of Deal, as he embarks on a journey to have a child. Produced in association with the Guardian, Seahorse is directed