A dark corner of London became even darker recently as more than 100 vampires flocked to watch an evening of horror films just behind Euston Station.
Emma said: “I’m really happy that the London Vampire Meetup and I were able to put on a free entry horror film night by fans for fans that drew a huge crowd and gave filmmakers a platform to showcase their work and gain feedback. Everyone throughly enjoyed the evening and we hope to run another night soon!”
Here’s a list of the films that were screened on the night (with links for those publicly-viewable films):
1. Closed Circuit
Andrew Loveridge of After Midnight Productions, Running time: 6 minutes and 32 seconds
2. Just One More Bite
Nigel Osner (Producer), Running time: 9 minutes and 58 seconds
A vampire is interviewed at home by a late night TV show! Award winning comedy horror short with both song and dialogue.
3. SEIZE THE NIGHT (trailer)
Emma Dark of Mortuary Productions, Running time: 40 seconds
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. Visit Seize the Night Facebook Page
4. THE WISHING WELL
Through his grief a man unlocks the door to an unholy evil, will he survive?
Watch the film here: https://vimeo.com/20134786
5. BITE: PAVANE FOR A VAMPIRE QUEEN
Kevin Jackson, Running time: 10 minutes and 28 seconds
6. 29 DAYS CROSSED
Dan Brownlie of brand-B Corporation, Running time: 6 minutes and 50 seconds
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.