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One Cut of The Dead, by Shin’ichirô Ueda

A film crew shooting a zombie horror flick in an isolated, abandoned water filtration plant, allegedly once used for human experiments by the military, will face a zombie apocalypse.

Anunnaki: Los caídos del cielo, world premiere

Sunday 11th November, 5:45pm, La PeniClaudia and Victoria are submerged in an authentic war of power between two clans of Anunna beings who have been fighting for centuries since their extraterrestrial lineages settled in Sumeria more than 5,000 years ago.

Rabbia furiosa: Er Canaro, by Sergio Stivaletti

Friday 16th, 6:45pm, La Gòtica, FREE. Fabio has just served eight months in prison for a crime he did not commit

Sexo sangriento (1981)

Friday 16th, 9:30pm, La Gòtica, FREE. A medium and her two lesbian friends spend a fatal weekend in the sinister home of a woman and her disturbed son.

The Cremator (1969) + round table

Karl works at a crematorium in Prague. Obsessed with his duties, he believes he is not just cremating the dead…

Voodoo Apocalypse, by Vasni J. Ramos

Monday November 12, 9:30pm at Sala Gotica. Kung Fu, Mexican Wrestling, Voodoo, zombies, love and a priest who is a katana champion… all shaken by the rhythm of funky music.

Bcn knockout, by Puri Jagnnadh

Sunday 11th, 11pm, La Peni, FREE. Akanksha is a psychology student who arrives in Barcelona to continue her career.

Amateur, by Sebastián Perillo

Sunday 11th, 9:15pm, La Peni. FREE. Martin is a lonely television director, who becomes obsessed with his neighbor, Isabel, when he finds an amateur porn video in which she participates.

Cutterhead, terrorMolins 2018 opening film

Spanish premiere. Rie is a PR-coordinator visiting a tunnel boring machine to portray the well-oiled European cooperation in the Metro construction

Piercing, by Nicolas Pesce

A man who says goodbye with a kiss from his wife and baby, apparently to go to work, has a plan to take a hotel room, call a ladies service and kill a prostitute.

Lords of chaos, by Jonas Åkerlund

BEST FEATURE FILM and BEST ACTOR. The story of a young man who wants to give a new air to the scene of black metal in Oslo, Norway,

The Night Eats The World, by Dominique Rocher

BEST FX and MAKE UP terrorMolins 2018. Waking up one morning, Sam realizes he is alone and that the streets are full of undead. Terrified, he will have to protect himself and organize himself to continue living.

Phantom of the Paradise, by Brian De Palma

Notorious record tycoon Swan steals the music from meek and nerdy composer Winslow Leach.

Jack Taylor, testigo del fantástico

Friday 16th, 6pm at La Gòtica + 9:15pm at La Peni. Throughout an extensive interview, actor Jack Taylor reviews the biographical anecdotes and films that made him an indispensable face of genre film

What Keeps You Alive, by Colin Minihan

SPECIAL METION OF THE JURY FOR BEST ACTRESS terrorMolins 2018 to Brittany Allen. Majestic mountains, a still lake and venomous betrayals engulf a female married couple attempting to celebrate their one-year anniversary.

Lasso, by Evan Cecil

Spanish premiere. An Active Senior Tour group outing turns deadly when the crazed, bloodthirsty cowboys from a local rodeo attraction start abducting and killing people!

The Fury, by Brian De Palma

A former CIA agent uses the talents of a young psychic to help retrieve his telekinetic son from terrorists…

Dressed to Kill, by Brian De Palma

A mysterious blonde woman kills one of a psychiatrist’s patients…

Carrie, by Brian De Palma

Carrie White suffers all kind of comments and pranks from her school mates…

El Pionero. El cine parapsicológico de Sebastià D’Arbó

Behold Professor D’Arbó, in a radio studio, in front of a microphone inviting us on a sort of journey through time.

Leatherface at the Movistar Plus Sessions

A teenage Leatherface escapes from a mental hospital with three other inmates, kidnapping a young nurse and taking her on a road trip from hell.

Satan’s Slaves at the Movistar Plus Sessions

After dying from a strange illness that she suffered for 3 years, a mother returns home to pick up her children.

The Devil’s Doorway, by Aislinn Clarke

In the fall of 1960, Father Thomas Riley and Father John Thornton were sent by the Vatican to investigate a miraculous event…

Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum, by Jung Bum-Sik

An internet broadcaster recruits a handful of people for their ‘experience the horror’ show at Gonjiam…

Abrakadabra, by Luciano and Nicolas Onetti

“El Gran Dante”, a famous magician, dies after an unfortunate accident during a dangerous magic number…

I’ll take your dead, by Chad Archibald

Catalan premiere. William’s little farm house in the country has become a dumping ground for the casualties of the gang related murders in the nearby city.

Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich, by S.Laguna and T.Wiklund

Recently divorced and reeling, Edgar returns to his childhood home to regroup his life…

Lifechanger, by Justin McConnell

Spanish premiere. BEING DIFFERENT SELECTION AUDIENCE AWARD. A murderous shapeshifter sets out on a blood-soaked mission to make things right with the woman he loves.

Images (1972)

Cathryn is a successful writer with nervous disorders…

Dementia 13 (1963)

When John dies, his wife is afraid that she won’t be able to inherit his fortune. When she arrives at the family house…

Night of the Demon (1957)

Professor Henry Harrington, and expert on sects, dies in strange circumstances…

See No Evil (1971)

A blind young woman is going to stay for a while at her relatives’ home. That night…

The Body Snatcher (1945)

A ruthless doctor and his young prize student find themselves continually harassed by their murderous supplier of illegal cadavers.

After The Lethargy, by Marc Carreté

Spanish premiere. The film follows reporter Sara (Andrea Guasch) who travels to the hot spot where one of the most extraordinary contacts with extraterrestrials in history supposedly took place.

Book of Monsters, by Steward Sparke

Spanish premiere. Sophie’s 18th birthday party becomes a bloodbath when six terrifying monsters descend upon her house, intent on devouring the party guests and killing anyone who tries to leave.

Blood Paradise, by Patrick von Barkenberg

European premiere. Robin Richards, infamous bestselling author of the BLOOD PARADISE series is suffering from a major writer’s block due to scathing reviews…

The witch in the window, by Andy Mitton

Spanish premiere. Simon takes his twelve-year-old son to rural Vermont to help him fix an old farmhouse, but there they find the spirit of Lydia, the previous owner. With each repair they make she becomes stronger.

Mandy, by Panos Cosmatos

Closing gala. Mandy is set in the primal wilderness of 1983 where a lumberjack lives in a cabin in the woods…

Summer of 84, by Turbo Kid creators

When a conspiration theory suspects that the policeman who lives next doos might be the seriall killer you see on the news…

Ghostland, by Pascal Laugier

BEST SCRIPT + AUDIENCE AWARD terrorMolins 2018. The story follows a mother of two who inherits a home from her aunt. On the first night in the new home, she is confronted with…

Tigers Are not Afraid, by Issa Lopez

Catalan premiere. BEST DIRECTOR, BEST ACTRESS AND GOLDEN CHRITICS’BEST FILM AWARDS. Estrella has 3 wishes: The first one, that her missing mother comes back…

A Ghost Story, MolinsHorror closing night

A musician dies in a car accident and returns as a ghost to the House in which he lived with his wife

Mom and Dad, by Brian Taylor

Off.Sel. – Best Director. A mysterious epidemic in the shape of massive madness provokes that the parents attack violently his children.

Herederos de la bestia, Diego López and David Pizarro’s documentary

Documentary. It is Impossible to imagine the current Spanish cinema without El día de la Bestia.

Dhoom: 3, Free Asian Session

Asia Session. In collaboration with Festival Nits de cinema oriental de Vic.

Housewife, by Can Evrenol

Housewife is centered on Holly, whose mother murdered her sister and father when she was seven.

The White Ribbon. Michael Haneke, 2009

Retrospective. Strange events happen in a small village in the north of Germany which seem to be ritual punishment.

Cache. Michael Haneke, 2005

Retrospective. Georges is the typical bourgeois: he stars a literary program on television and lives an accommodated life.

Super Dark Times, by Kevin Phillips

Off.Sel. – Best Actor + Special Mention Script. Zach and Josh have been best friends, but when a gruesome accident leads to a cover-up.

The Lodgers, by Brian O’Malley

Off.Sel. – Best Film. Gothic ghost story about orphaned twins Edward and Rachel who share a crumbling manor in 20s rural Ireland.

68 kill, by Trent Haaga

Movistar+ Session – Off.Sel. – Best FX. Chip and Liza are a weird couple. When Liza suggests to steal her mean mentor’s money, Chip starts to see Liza’s dark side.

Eat Local, de Jason Flemyng

Sessió Movistar+. A una apartada casa es celebra un reunió de tots els vampirs d’Anglaterra.

Revenge, by Coralie Fargeat

Off.Sel.Three rich, married men get together every year to go hunting. But this time, one of them arrives accompanied by his lover.

The Heretics, by Chad Archibald

A notorious cult kidnaps a young girl, and sacrifice themselves by the light of the locust moon.

Los olvidados, by Luciano and Nicolás Onetti

A group of young people goes to Epecuén to film a documentary about some fateful events.

Compulsion, by Ángel González

A shy young woman suspects that her boyfriend is cheating on her. When looking for the truth a sinister secret will come up.

Tragedy girls, by Tyler MacIntyre

Sadie and McKayla are obsessed with social networks and have plotted a macabre plan: kidnapping serial killer Lowell.

Phoenix Forgotten, by Justin Barber

20 years after 3 teenagers disappeared in the wake of mysterious lights appearing above Phoenix, footage has been discovered.

Framed, MolinsHorror opening film

We had the honor to offer you the World Premiere of Framed movie by debutant filmmaker Marc Martínez Jordán at our opening night.

Les affamés, by Robin Aubert

Off.Sel.. In a remote village in upstate Quebec, locals are have developed an outlandish attraction for flesh.

Funny Games. Michael Haneke, 1997

Retrospective. A symbol of Haneke’s work and a big classic for the new features of the genre to follow. A major event that we celebrate with the screening.

Mayhem, by Joe Lynch

When a corporate law office is quarantined after a dangerous virus that makes the infected lose their inhibitions is discovered.

The Night Watchmen, by Mitchell Altieri

In a village from the East USA mountains, ex-convict Jack Mainfield meets his ex-couple Alma.

Hounds of love, by Ben Young

Off.Sel. – Best Actress + Best Script + Audience Award. In 1987 Perth, Austraila, Vicky Maloney has been kidnapped in the street by a crazy couple.

Downrange, by Ryuhei Kitamura

Off.Sel.. Six college students are carpooling cross-country when one of their tires blows out on a desolate road.

Jackals, by Kevin Greutert

Set in the 80’s, a strange family hires a brain-wash expert in order to re-educate their teenager son from a sect.

Cannibals and Carpet Fitters, by James Bushe

Spanish premier. A group of carpet fitters are sent on a job to an old Country house but they soon discover it’s a trap set up by the savage.

Trauma, by Lucio A. Rojas – European Premiere

European premier. Four friends visiting a rural locality of Chile will come across the direct legacy of the darkest Chilean history.

Black Hollow Cage, by Sadrac González

Alice is a girl who lives devastated by the loss of an arm, who lives secluded in a house in the woods with the only company of her father and a wolfhound.

Habit, by Simeon Halligan

Spanish premier – Off.Sel.. Michael works in a night club in an atmosphere of drugs, prostitution, illegal betting and even murder.

Tonight she comes, by Matt Stuertz

After a girl goes missing, two of her friends and a mysterious set of strangers meet in a cabin in the woods.

Meatball Machine Kodoku, by Yoshihiro Nishimura

The aliens are isolating a Japanese town in order to plague its inhabitants with parasitic organisms that produce monstrous mutations.

Replace, by Norbert Keil

Kira wakes up confused and does not remember her past. Suddenly she will realize that there is something wrong with her body, her skin is starting age.

Game of death, by Sebastien Landry and Laurence Morais-Lagace

Some friends have got together with booze and good vibrations. Then they find a dusty board game…

Under The Shadow, de Babak Anvari

Under the Shadow is set in Tehran, during the 80’s, in the middle of a tense post-revolutionary atmosphere…

K-Shop, by Dan Pringle

Salah owns with his father a kebab shop, in the middle of a busy street where every night young people meet to drink…

The Wailing, by Na Hong-Jin

A small village lost among the Korean mountains is the setting of a chain of mysterious and furious murders…

Cruel Summer, by Phillip Escott y Craig Newman

Small jewel of independent cinema, one of those films that walk along the thin line between horror and drama which will please all kinds of audiences.

The Unseen, by Geoff Redknap

Bob is a victim of a strange illness that takes him away from his wife and daughter. When his daughter is involved in a kidnapping…

La Madriguera, by Kurro González

Carlos is a successful writer who is locked up in his house; can not finish his next novel, is blocked. Due to a tragic event he has lost all inspiration.

Lake Bodom, by Taneli Mustonen

The most terrible nightmare for a camper became true at Bodom lake in 1960, when four teenagers were stabbed to death when they were sleeping in their tent.

Tear me apart, by Alex Lightman

The most primitive instincts are often key players in the universe of horror; uncontrolled feelings that can transform us into what we always were.

I am not a serial killer, by Billy O’Brien

John Wayne Cleaver is a dangerous 16-year-old boy, and he knows it. He is obsessed with serial killers, but he doesn’t want to become one of them.

The Autopsy of Jane Doe, by André Øvredal

Brian Cox and Emile Hirsch play to colonels (father and son) who get a murder victim that doesn’t show a clear reason for its death.

Kristen, by Mark Weistra

We are honoured to show Kristen; an independent Dutch horror film by the director and screenplay writer Mark Weistra. Moreover, we are lucky to have its international première; so join us and get ready for a horrific evening. Fear is going to be the sensation all along, with only two actors on scene and a […]

Let Her Out, by Cody Calahan

We present the Canadian Let Her Out, which, as far as we know, will be a Spanish Premier at our Festival. Cody Calahan has become one of the most outstanding names in the Canadian horror scene. He has had remarkable work as a director with films like Antisocial as well as a screenplay writer for […]

The Neon Demon, by Nicolas Winding Refn

We are now in a very important moment, it’s time to announce that, for the first time, a film will close the Molins de Rei Horror Festival. This important task will be carried out by the distressing The Demon Neon, by the controversial Nicolas Winding Refn. Who else could hold the flag of our motto […]

The Eyes of my mother, by Nicolas Pesce

Here’s one of those rarities that we like so much at the festival. One of those films where you find something special as soon as you watch them. Every year we have a love-at-first-sight feeling with one of the films we show. The Eyes of my Mother has all the elements for this to happen […]

We go on, by Jesse Holland and Andy Mitton

We Go On is one of those modest movies made by a really small production team that conjoins great ideas with very effective performances. The premise in which the film is set forth is fascinating and Clark Freeman’s performance is so impressive that the attention is focused on the screen from start to end. The […]

Downhill, by Patricio Valladares

A few weeks ago we informed about the first of the films we will be having in the 2016 edition of the festival. And now, we are ready to announce the fourth title. Right now, we are happy to introduce Downhill, directed by Patricio Valladares and written by Barry Keating along with the director himself. […]

The Girl With All The Gifts confirmed

We keep on disclosing the films for the 2016 edition. Here is another movie that will be present in the official section: The Girl With All The Gifts, a film based on the homonymous novel written by Mike Carey in 2014. The director Col McCarthy gives the book pages a reality shape with the help […]

Train to Busan at MolinsHorror

We are giving away the titles of films taking part in the 35th edition of the Molins de Rei Horror Film Festival. The Korean film Train to Busan will be in the Official Section this year. It was written and directed by Yeon Sang-Ho, and it means his debut in live action films. Although so […]

Darling, first confirmation for the 2016 Official Selection

We are glad to announce the first movie confirmed for the Official Selection of the 6th Feature Film Official Competition Molins Horror Film Festival 2016: Darling, written and directed by Mickey Keating. Time is running fast towards the 2016 edition of the Molins Horror Film Festival, which will be held form the 11th to the […]

Deathgasm, by Jason Lei Howden

Brodie is a new kid in the village where he will make friends with Zakk, the usual bad boy…

Bunny the killer thing, by Joonas Makkonen

A bunch of friends go up to a far away hut in the forest…

We Are Still Here, by Ted Geoghegan

After losing their son, a broken-hearted family decide to start life from scratch in a new home…

The Hallow, by Corin Hardy

A couple with their newborn child have just moved to a small house in the middle of the forest…

Howl, by Paul Hyett

When the night train has to stop dead because there is something blocking the railway, the passage…

Black Mountain Side, directed by Nick Szostakiwskyj

Director: Nick Szostakiwskyj Guión: Nick Szostakiwskyj Música: fotografía: Cameron Tremblay Intérpretes: Shane Twerdun, Michael Dickson, Carl Toftfelt   A group or archeologists from northern Canada are bound to make a discovery that can change humanity’s destiny for ever. They have found some totally unknown remains of a civilization that lived more than ten thousand years […]

Excess Flesh, directed by Patrick Kennelly

Director: Patrick Kennelly Guión: Sigrid Gilmer, Patrick Kennelly Música: Jonathan Snipes fotografía: Benjamin Conley Intérpretes: Bethany Orr, Mary Loveless   Jill has a fixation with her weight, and sharing a flat with a gorgeous and successful woman like Jennifer is no help at all. As time goes by, Jill’s urge to become like her flatmate […]

True Love Ways, directed by Mathieu Seiler

Director: Mathieu Seiler Guión: Mathieu Seiler Música: Beat Solèr fotografía: Oliver Geissler Intérpretes: Anna Hausburg, David C. Bunners, Kai Michael Müller   Séverine has recursive dreams where she meets a mysterious man. When she falls in love with him, she decides to break her current relationship to seek a new life. However, her loving boyfriend […]

The Hollow One, directed by Nathan Hendrickson

Director: Nathan Hendrickson Guión: Nathan Hendrickson Música: Nathan Grigg y Brian Pamintuan fotografía:  Connor Hair Intérpretes: Kate Alden, Jesse James, Tony Doupe   After a terrible car crash in which their mum was killed, Rachel and Anna decided to move to the city and leave their past behind. Years later, they get a message from […]

Some Kind of Hate, directed by Adam Egypt Mortimer

Director: Adam Egypt Mortimer Guión: Brian DeLeeuw y Adam Egypt Mortimer Música: Robert Allaire fotografía: Benji Bakshi Intérpretes: Ronen Rubinstein, Sierra McCormick, Spencer Breslin   Lincoln is a victim of uninterrupted mobbing at high school. when he gets into trouble with one of his classmates, he is sent to a boot camp. However, he never […]

TURBO KID, directed by François Simard, Anouk Whissell, Yoann-Karl Whissell

Director: François Simard, Anouk Whissell, Yoann-Karl Whissell Script: François Simard, Anouk Whissell, Yoann-Karl Whissell Music: Jean-Philippe Bernier, Jean-Nicolas Leupi, Le Matos Cinematography: Jean-Philippe Bernier Cast: Munro Chambers, Laurence Leboeuf, Michael Ironside The setting is a post-apocalyptic future, water is a scarce good and a single law rules the world: The law of the jungle. The […]

Bite, directed by Chad Archibald

Director: Chad Archibald Guión: Chad Archibald, Jayme Laforest Música: Steph Copeland fotografía: Jeff Maher Intérpretes: Elma Begovic, Jordan Gray, Tianna Nori Casey and her two friends go on a pre-wedding holiday. They just want to have a break from their ordinary lives and spend a few funny and booze-up days. While they are swimming in […]

The House on Pine Street dirigida por Aaron Keeling y Austin Keeling

Director: Aaron Keeling y Austin Keeling Guión: Natalie Jones, Aaron Keeling y Austin Keeling Música: Nathan Matthew David y Jeremy Lamb fotografía: Juan Sebastian Baron Intérpretes: Emily Goss, Cathy Barnett, Taylor Bottles   Jennifer and her husband have just moved to their homeland, Kansas. From the beginning, Jennifer starts feeling that something strange and paranormal is going […]

Luna de Miel dirigida por Diego Cohen

Director: Diego Cohen Guión: Marco Tarditi Ortega Música: Uriel Villalobos fotografía: Aram Diaz Intérpretes: Alberto Agnesi, Paulina Ahmed Jorge is a lonely man who can only live obsessed with Isabel, his longed-for neighbour. He will do everything he can to call her attention and get her off her feet; at last he realises that traditional […]

III dirigida por Pavel Khvaleev

Director: Pavel Khvaleev Guión: Aleksandra Khvaleeva, Oleg Mustafin, Evgeniya Mustafina Música: Moonbeam fotografía: Igor Kiselev Intérpretes: Polina Davydova, Lyubov Ignatushko, Evgeniy Gagarin     Ayia and Mirra are desperately upset when theycannot do anything to help their mother, who ends up dying, victim of a deadly disease It is just after burying their deceased mother […]