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New Shorts

New Shorts #7: MIDNIGHT MOVIES

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23:30 Sat 5 Jan 2013

Rio Cinema

London Short Film Festival teams up with [Midnight Movies](http://www.midnight-movies.co.uk ) for a third year running, for a mixture of strange cinema, out and out horror, and creepy dreams and nightmares, all in the majestic surroundings of the Rio Cinema. 

Total: 117 mins

Rio Cinema

107 Kingsland High Street, London
E8 2PB
020 7241 9410
£11.50 / concs £9.50 / under 18s £8.50
  • BEAST

    Christopher Granier-Deferre 12 mins (UK, 2012)

    Beast is award winning production company Poisson Rouge Picture's latest short film. It is a terrific and twisted tale of a tenant, his lodger and a cruel joke that goes horribly wrong. Christopher Granier-Deferre's directorial debut is sure to make views squirm in their seats. Beast stars Jack Fox and Edmund Kingsley with John Schwab producing.
  • CLAW, THE

    Nathan Hughes 11 mins (UK, 2012)

    Ruby is obsessed with claw machines. Dad is fascinated by a notorious serial killer. Mum wants a normal family day at the beach.
  • DON'T BE SCARED

    Jack Diplock 10 mins (UK, 2012)

    Laura sees only her little boy, scared and alone. Adrian sees only a monster, chained up in their basement. On her son's birthday Laura ventures down into the dark, to give Harry his present. Little does she know that this could be the beginning of the end...
  • END, THE

    Ted Marcus 12 mins (UK, 2012)

    Meet Jamie. He's your average London teenager: school, nagging parents, that girl down the road. he's got everything, but he's about to lose it all. It's Christmas, 2012 - the decorations are up, and there's a chill in the air. There's something wrong out in the streets, but Jamie ignores it. It's the biggest night of his year, the night that he's going to get with Frankie, the night it's all going to happen. Except his parents want him to stay home. And so Jamie has to get creative. he'll get his night out. Unfortunately for him, this night also happens to be the last date on the Mayan calendar. And that can mean only one thing: Apocalypse.
  • GIMP

    Kate Shenton 7 mins (UK, 2012)

    Gimp is a black comedy about a gimp, a dominatrix and an alarm clock. It begins in a dark, dingy flat with a gimp handcuffed to a radiator and a dominatrix beating the living daylights out of him. However, after the Dominatrix takes a much-needed break, she chokes to death on a piece of macaroni cheese, leaving the gimp handcuffed to a radiator with no mean of escape. And an alarm clock on repeated snooze...
  • INTO THE BLUE

    Adam Carr, Tree Carr 8 mins (UK, 2012)

    A collaboration between music duo L A N D and production studio Today Is Boring that takes viewers on a twisted journey through fear and barbarism via raw emotion
  • LITTLE RED

    Silsoe Mouse 3 mins (UK, 2012)

    Little Red Riding Hood is out in the wood again and about to discover what the wolves really want from her.
  • LOT254

    Toby Meakins 3 mins (UK, 2012)

    A Collector repairs a vintage cine camera unlocking the hidden terror of LOT254
  • OTHER SIDE, THE

    Oli Santoro, Alex Santoro 20 mins (UK, 2012)

    'A stylish British twist on classic horror paves the way for a new iconic killer.'
  • PASSAGE

    Tom Smith, Jose Salazar 12 mins (UK, 2012)

    A man follows a stranger into the hills above. By allowing the other man to accompany him, the stranger tacitly agrees to help him, carrying out a strange ritual they cannot voice but only play out.
  • SAW MISGIVINGS

    David Lilley 6 mins (UK, 2012)

    Being the perfect wife can kill.
  • TEMPS

    Alastair Q Mills, Tom Dowuona-Hyde 13 mins (UK, 2012)

    When two temps meet for the first time, a spilt coffee makes them realise that events in their new workplace have huge repercussions. A battle of good versus evil unfolds as one of the girls takes the world to the brink of Armageddon.