Up Past Bedtime: Horror
True crime, creature features, and descents into the darkest depths of the mind are the jumping off points for these exciting and bold genre exercises.
Note: Films in this program may not be suitable for all ages.
Poaching rare animals for the black market, a pair of hunters find themselves in over their heads after capturing the exotic Tokoloshe, a mythic creature whose touch leaves one with a menacing curse.
Deliriously deadpan, this hybrid animation follows a young man who decides to visit an abandoned house in the mountains, only to be haunted by its baneful, pagan past.
This free associative dive into the mind of America’s most infamous clown paints a portrait of “Pogo” as the culmination of failed artistic impulses and dark desires.
Sitting around a campfire, we are told the curious tale of Gregory, a young man who takes his maniacal obsession with eels to a gruesome extreme in this dark comedy horror.
Soaked in inky dread and featuring a Lynchian sonic preoccupation with electricity, this formally bold journey into darkness follows a young investigator as she experiences strange phenomena in a recently abandoned house.
Swipe Right for Murder
An aspiring crime writer finds her perfect match through online dating. Unfortunately, their interests are a little too closely aligned: it’s not “fictional” crime he likes to dabble in…