The 39th edition of the Molins de Rei Horror Film Festival is coming soon, to be held next November 6th to 15th. One of the most expected moments is the announcement of the films that our audience will find in our Festival. No need to wait longer. Peninsula, Relic and Come True are the three first films confirmed for the 2020 edition.
Certainly, these three long awaited titles will please all genre lovers. Let us remind you that you can buy your complete Festival season pass with a free T-shirt for 34,50€. Or you might prefer the VIP pass including free car park, preferential access with personal seat for all sessions and one free t-shirt for 99,50€. Because of the current capacity restrictions implemented to grant attendants’ security, on this occasion there will only be 100 season passes available.
PENINSULA is the long awaited sequel of the acclaimed Korean film Train to Busan which was screened in the 2016 edition of the Festival and which became one of the films of the year.
Directed by Yeon Sang-ho, action takes place 4 years after the events described in Train to Busan, where a virus brings about a zombie chaos that spreads all over Korea.This is going to be one of the most relevant films of the current edition which will stick you fast to your seat.
Relic, Australian director, Natalie Erika James’s first work,produced by siblings Anthony and Joe Russo, who also were executive producers on films like Endgame, for the Marvel universe.
Starred by Emily Mortimer. Relic tells the story of a mother and a grand-mother who are stalked by devilish beings who haunt their house. A daring, elegant and hair-raising film which is labelled by reviewers as one of the best horror films of 2020.
Come True is a thriller that combines horror and sci-fi and was directed by Anthony Scott Burns, also known for his work in the film In the Tall Grass and whose works have always been connected to horror. Starred by Julia Sarah Stone (The Killing) and Landon Liboiron.
Come True tells the story of a rebel teenager who is tortured by her own dark dreams and who finds a shelter in a university project on dreams.
Stay tuned in to our website and our social networks and learn about further announcements for the 2020 edition of terrorMolins. Are you going miss it?