‘The Medium’, by Banjong Pisanthanakun, ‘Coming Home in the Dark’ by James Ashcroft and ‘Undergods” by Chino Moya, are among the latest confirmations of TerrorMolins 2021
The Mediumis one of the latest additions to the programme of Molins Horror Film Festival, a powerful and acute Thai film by Banjong Pisanthanakun. This two hour long real tour de force was awarded the Best Film at much respected Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival. A raw story about possessions and exorcisms including a brutal and pitiless execution which will take your breath away.
From New Zealand arrives Coming Home in the Dark, James Ashcroft’s debut, Funny Games or High Tension style film that shows the deepest guts of human depravity and indecency in a liberating violent crescendo.
Debut of filmmaker of Spanish origin, Chino Moya, brings the outstanding Undergodswhich shows skilfully a mixture of Twilight-Zone-like black comedy, social satire including Franz Kafka flavour, with a fusion of realistic and fantastic elements. Its excellent aesthetics will take you deep into a brain invading dystopic world.
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The Official Section will also include titles like the cat hunts mouse game of The Boy Behind the Door, a film about Swedish demons Andra Sidan(The Evil Next Door) and the premier of the suggestive but yet apocalyptic film from Argentina Lo inevitable.
Bloody Madness, like every year, will bring the most frantic horror with a trash metal rhythm, and nothing better than counting with an animation film like The Spine of Nightas a flag carrier. Do not sit at the front because you can get all spattered.
Being different, the section that lets us enter the most hidden, bizarre and surprising corners of horror, is packed with big sensations such as: the daring and controversial The Scary of 61st, the unusual and dark Caveat, the religious sarcasm of Agnesand the premiere with a mixture of found footage and meta cinema of Project Z.
Out of competition we will screen the explicit Violationwhich portrays the annoying everyday horror.