In the last edition, TerrorMolins offered the best horror films of 2017. However and for several reasons, many of the films that reached our hands could not be included in the Feature Film Official Section of the Festival. So, in order to calm down your eagerness for more, our programmers recommend a bunch of horrific films for you to enjoy your personal horror sessions.
The Cured (2017, David Frayne)
Years ago, Europe was hit by an epidemic that turned the population into blood thirsty cannibals. Al last, a cure was found and everybody could be sent back to society. However, those who survived the disease can remember all the atrocities they committed during their illness. Now, the last bunch of patients are coming back to society…
Director: David Frayne
Screenplay: David Frayne
Music: Rory Friers, Niall Kennedy
Photography: Piers McGrail
Cast: Sam Keeley, Ellen Page, Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, Stuart Graham, Amy De Bhrún, Patrick Murphy, Frank Cannon, Peter Campion, Natalia Kostrzewa
Productora: Tilted Pictures / Bac Films / SP Films
November (2017, Rainer Sarnet)
A village in Estonia hosts all kinds of horrors. Werewolves, ghosts and plagues siege the inhabitants before the cold winter comes. In their fight for survival, people are ready to steal each other’s things, whatever they are. In this context, the young peasant Liina is longing for Hans who does not care for her. In order to get him for herself, Liina is ready to use any kind of black magic tricks.
Director: Rainer Sarnet
Screenplay: Rainer Sarnet (Novela: Andrus Kivirähk)
Photography: Mart Taniel (B&W)
Cast: Rea Lest, Jörgen Liik, Arvo Kukumägi, Katariina Unt, Taavi Eelmaa, Heino Kalm, Meelis Rämmeld, Dieter Laser, Jette Loona Hermanis, Jaan Tooming, Klara Eighorn, Ene Pappel, Ernst Lillemets, Sepa Tom, Tiina Keeman, Heino Paljak, Ilmar Meos, Aare Lutsar, Mari Abel, Aire Koop, Jonathan Peterson, Linda Kolde, Maria Aua, Mart Laoväli, Jaak Juhkam, Aksella Liimets, Ado Tikerpäe
Producer: Coproducción Estonia-Países Bajos (Holanda)-Polonia; Homeless Bob Production / Opus Film / PRPL
Dave made a maze (2017, Bill Watterson)
Chosen and acclaimed by the audience as the best film of the “2017: Boston Underground Film Festival”, Dave Made a Maze is a fantasy adventure that has Dave as a protagonist. The young man is locked down at home and turns his living room into a real fortress.
The place is full of fantasy, traps and creatures. He is waiting for his girlfriend Annie and her weird team to rescue him.
Director: Bill Watterson
Guión: Steven Sears, Bill Watterson (Historia: Steven Sears)
Música: Mondo Boys
Fotografía: Jon Boal
Reparto: Nick Thune, Meera Rohit Kumbhani, Adam Busch, James Urbaniak, Stephanie Allynne, Kirsten Vangsness, Scott Krinsky, Rick Overton, John Hennigan, Kamilla Alnes, Frank Caeti, Jessica Graves, Drew Knigga, Timothy Nordwind
Productora: Butter Stories / Dave Made An LLC / Foton Pictures
The Endless (2017, Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead)
Winner of the feature film competition at the 2017 Sitges Festival and awarded as best feature film at the 2017 Tribeca Festival.
Years ago, siblings Justin and Aaron fled from the sect where they had been risen. Nowadays they are surviving in their apartment in Los Angeles leading an apparently normal life. One day, they receive a video-tape from the sect they had belonged to; this brings the intention of going back to the camp that they once had left.
Director: Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead
Screenplay: Justin Benson
Music: Jimmy Lavalle
Photography: Aaron Moorhead
Cast: Aaron Moorhead, Justin Benson, Tate Ellington, Callie Hernandez, James Jordan, Lew Temple
Producer: Snowfort Pictures / Pfaff, Pfaff Productions / Love, Death Productions (LDP)
Mon Mon Mon Monsters (2017, Giddens Ko)
Shu-Wei Lin is a victim of bullying at school. However, the teacher wants to teach him and his mates a lesson and sends them to feed a group of elderly who live in an old apartament tower. In that weird place they meet a girl like vampiristic creature whom they take to their meeting club. They don’t know that the little monster has got a big sister who is leaving a track of blood all around the city while looking for her little sister.
Director: Giddens Ko
Screenplay: Giddens Ko
Music: Chris Hou
Photography: Chou Yi-Hsien
Cast: Eugenie Liu, Kent Tsai, Teng Yu-Kai, James Lai, Meng Tao, Bonnie Lang, Carolyn Chen
Producer: Star Ritz International Entertainment
Poor Agnes (2017, Navin Ramaswaran)
Agnes is a serial killer who does not care too much about who she’s going to murder. However, her life will change when she meets Mike, a private eye who wants to interview her. Agnes will change her modus operandi starting out a strange and dangerous relationship with her host…
Director: Navin Ramaswaran
Screenplay: James Gordon Ross
Music: James Mark Stewart
Photography: Bruce William Harper
Cast: Lora Burke, Amy Marie Wallace, Karen Scobie, Will Conlon, Robert Notman, Stan Alto, Kate Alice Phillips, Rodney Dwira, Neil Paterson, Philip Contardo, Dennis Austin
Producer: Hlibka Keller Films / Other Animal / Splice Films