Vampiir, the monthly social gathering of the London Vampire Meetup Group, is hosting BITEZ, an indie horror short film showcase on May 7 near Euston Station, London.
The film night – proudly supported by Spooky Isles – was set up as opportunity to showcase some great UK indie horror short films. It’s a good opportunity for filmmakers, bloggers / press and horror enthusiasts to mingle and discuss the films shown in a relaxed environment.
There will be introductions from the filmmakers as well as a Q&A, followed by macabre tunes spun on the decks by vampire DJs, Grimorg, Thunder and Sephiroth Goff. Also guest DJ Scott McMahon
The event will be hosted by character model and actor The Dastardly Dandy Demondaz.
Join us at The Pack & Carriage, 162 Eversholt Street (nearest tubes: Mornington Crescent / Euston) for a night of bloody fun. The event starts at 7pm, kicking off with some music as the DJs play horror and gothic themed sets.
And please, enter freely and of your own will!
The film schedule is as follows:
Andrew Loveridge of After Midnight Productions (http://on.fb.me/1HkzsQ9) Running time: 6 minutes and 32 seconds
JUST ONE MORE BITE
Nigel Osner, Producer (http://www.nigelosner.com/film.html) A vampire is interviewed at home by a late night TV show! Award winning comedy horror short with both song and dialogue. Running time: 9 minutes and 58 seconds
SEIZE THE NIGHT (trailer)
Emma Dark of Mortuary Productions (http://www.mortuaryproductions.com) Seize the Night is an original British independent horror short by Emma Dark. The film will be a high octane thrill ride influenced by the likes of Blade, Underworld, Dracula 2001, True Blood and Razor Blade Smile. The story follows EVA, a renegade vampire assassin, on her action filled journey to the truth. Running time: 40 seconds
29 DAYS CROSSED
by Dan Brownlie of brand-B Corporation (http://www.brand-b.com) 29 Days Crossed is a found footage homage to the post modern “non-zombie” zombie genre that takes influence from screen and comic medium equally. This short from award winning director Dan Brownlie tells the story of a young woman (played by Jessica Ann Bonner) who is battling her own demons as well as the hordes of undead that infect her world. Running time: 6 minutes and 50 seconds
THE WISHING WELL
Merlyn Roberts of Wyldewood Productions (http://www.wyldewoodproductions.co.uk) Through his grief a man unlocks the door to an unholy evil, will he survive? Running time: 15 minutes and 2 seconds