Bristol Film Festival returns to Redcliffe Caves this Halloween with 13 classic and contemporary horror movies to sink your teeth into. Pass through our military clearance and venture deep into the caves – there have been recent unconfirmed reports of inexplicable, possibly paranormal activity within the site’s many passages and chambers, and we’d like you to go first and check for us…
We’ll be selling a selection of ales onsite from our festival beer partner Wickwar Brewing, so whether you’re a horror aficionado, a thrill-seeker, or looking for something out of the ordinary, it’s the perfect setting… if you’re brave enough to stomach the venue!
For just £10, catch our early matinee performances of some vintage horror movies, as part of our Classic Horror screenings.
1958 | PG | 89 mins
Disaster strikes when a housefly finds its way into scientist Andre Delambre’s matter transporter in the middle of an experiment. With Delambre’s head and arms turned into those of a fly, he appeals to his wife Helene for help, with disastrous consequences.
Starring: Vincent Price | Al Hedison | Patricia Owens
Director: Kurt Neumann
Producer: Kurt Neumann
Screenplay: James Clavell