We’re getting closer to Glasgow Horror Festival: Bite Size, and Popcorn Horror is thrilled to reveal some more line-up details including the second feature film and Classic Shorts Programs.
First up, we are delighted to welcome Cruel Summer to the festival, alongside an exclusive documentary created in conjunction with the film’s team, and RJ Bayley.
You may remember us discussing the film on our YouTube last year, and we can’t wait to share it with our guests. Cruel Summer, directed by Phillip Escott is an account of the horrifying true story of Terry Hurst, an autistic teenager who was brutally murdered in 2005.
Also coming to the festival in the Classic Shorts Program, are three exceptional independent short horror films. They are all extremely different from each other, and all stand out as original, powerful or terrifying horror filmmaking.
IN THIS ECONOMY: An underfunded entrepreneur will do anything to get his one of a kind app developed. He has zero issues going to morbid lengths to pay rent to his demon landlord. From director Ty Huffer.
LIMIT: Powerful film from Iran following a disabled man as he asks for help from his neighbors. But when they enter the house, they discover the cause of the mans distress – something truly disturbing in the basement. From director
We have one more shorts program to reveal this week – the Breakout Short Category.
Thank you so much to all the filmmakers who entered – we have loved watching your films, and we’re sorry we can’t screen them all.