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Dead Northern 2022 in Pictures
We had an absolute blast at Dead Northern Horror Film Festival 2022! Take a look at some of the highlights from our award day 24.09.22. Film makers and film fans grabbing a refreshment in between screenings. Looking for more top horror lists and reviews? Check out our blog here..
Dead Northern 2022 Festival Review – The Stranger (World Premiere)
Moving on from the murder of her husband, Amanda (Jennifer Preston) and her teenage daughter, Karli (Isabella Percival) up and move to a tranquil bed and breakfast situated within the rural countryside. However, their tragedies are only furthered by the arrival of Kyle (Damien Ashley), a mysterious guest. Kyle begins to go into a downward […]
Dead Northern Festival Review 2022 – Three Ways to Dine Well
Three Ways to Dine Well chronicles the contentious history of female filmmakers throughout horror and the significance and traumatic instigation that is bonded to cinematic expressions of eating. Horror film specialist and all around expert Alison Peirse created this video essay to reignite the spark that many genre fans have for classic films, but under […]
Dead Northern 2022 Festival Reviews – Thriller shorts
On the Inside (Directed by Pål Gustavsen) On a bright sunny day a young man (Håvard Sveberg) goes on a walk through the rural countryside, however, out of the blue various unsuspecting neighbours start rapidly chasing after him. On the Inside chronicles the quiet truths that lurk beneath the surface, no matter the serenity of […]
Dead Northern 2022 Festival Review – Creature shorts
Eric (Directed by David Yorke) Joshua (Oliver Powell) finally gets to meet Eric, the seemingly adorable dog of the girl he’s been recently seeing (Jemma Moore). However, as the evening continues, he gets the sneaking suspicion that Eric is not the normal house pet. The world of modern dating can be a proverbial war zone, […]
Dead Northern 2022 Festival review -Tech horror shorts
#Nofilter (Directed by Nathan Crooker) Beth (Kelly Lamor Wilson), like many twenty-somethings, has become obsessed with the capabilities of filters, however, the insidious truth lurking behind one particular filter leaves her to question what true beauty really is. Body dysmorphia on its own can be a horrifying experience, yet Nathan Crooker manages to even further […]
Dead Northern 2022 Festival review – Student shorts
Midnight Mannequin (Directed by Lee Francis) After finding an abandoned mannequin, a young man soon realises that something isn’t quite right. Mannequins by nature are entirely eerie, with their intimidating stature and blank expression mimicking the familiar human form, thus embodying a sinister emptiness, unlike any other being. Lee Francis uses the inanimate form to […]