Bloody Flicks Awards announces line up for online virtual event Saturday 20th February

The line-up for this year’s virtual Bloody Flicks Awards, which takes place on Saturday 20th February 2021, has been announced.

Following the announcement of our feature Get the Hell Out, we will screen 20 short films across the weekend with a unique mix of stories from all over the world.

The line-up is as follows (please note timings will be announced in due course).

No One Is Coming (Dir. The Barber Brothers) – A young woman awaits the return of her boyfriend at a secluded cabin only to discover that she may in fact not be alone.

Overkill (Dir. Alex Montilla) – ‘OverKill’ is a film with a comedic take on a familiar setup: when too-woke-for-their-own-good college kids are terrorized by an unstoppable masked killer, the final girl must outsmart him to survive. Only in this movie, the killer literally cannot be stopped (or killed).

Swipe (Dir. Niels Bourgonje) – A girl finds out that she has a match on a dating app with a stranger, despite swiping him to the left moments ago. She starts to fear that the man is dangerously close to her.

Cruel Tale, Friday Kills (Dir. Guéguen Hugues) – In a hostel, Managers from a big company are coming for a secret meeting. On behalf of the new bioethic Law, they plan a conspiracy about the slaughter of their own employees they want to layoff. However, they just did not expect Suzy and Dany.

Script (Dir. Piero Cannata) – Two screenwriters, a ghost story, the night that goes on. Who will put an end to this?

Shared Document (Jessica Fostekew) – A brother and sister try to remotely complete a eulogy for their Dad’s funeral unaware that an anonymous user is about to crash the document.

First Date of the Dead (Chris J. Allan) – Even when zombies walk the Earth, romance isn’t dead…

Atrophy (Dir. Cindy Stenberg) – Freja takes on a new job as a personal carer for Alma, a woman who, after getting mysteriously sick, is bound to a wheelchair. Her only way of communication is with her eyes, blinking once for yes and twice for no. Freja soon discovers that it’s not only Alma who is keeping secrets, but the very house itself.

Sins of the Father (Dir. Peter McKeirnon) – Trapped with no way of escape, a priest must come to terms with a life of sin.

Unusual Attachment (Dir. Michael Varrati) – When Hunter thinks he’s found…and lost…the love of his life on a sketchy video chat site, he scours the net to reunite with his missed connection…only to find something far worse in the process.

Guest (Dir. Finn Callan) – A young woman takes drastic measures to rid herself of a mysterious, otherworldly creature known as “The Guest”.

She of the Land (Dir. Gary J. Hewitt) – A Lighthouse Keeper searches his land for a Witch, who has cursed his wife.

The Ferals (Dir. Stefan Ruiz) – A horror/thriller short film that follows the story of a young man who has washed up on a desert island following a shark attack. He soon discovers that he is not alone but the occupants on the island are not there to help him.

Fright Corner (Dir. Doug Rollins) – A young film crew are lost in a forest outside the UK’s supposedly most haunted village at midnight, shooting a modern-day Hammer horror based on local ghost tales. But suddenly their script’s disturbing legends take over the real-life shoot…

La Llorona (Dir. H.J Leonard) – After a harsh breakup, Pranay decides to ease the pain with alcohol. Little did he knows his life was about to change when he encounters a young undead bride looking for revenge.

The Witch Hunters are Coming (Dir. James Atkins) – Spoof reality TV documentary following a day at work for two London council witch hunters.

Static (Dir. Tom Hughes) – A young girl wants to see her boyfriend one last time, but gets more than she bargains for when dabbling in the occult…

Deadly Scare (Dir. Radosvet Nikolov) – Mike Wiener invites a camera crew to create the serial killer’s diary on owning and operating an escape room. Shame the game can be played only once.

Make A Wish (Dir. Dinh Thai) – A light-hearted comedy about the sweetest fiancé giving her boyfriend the best birthday present ever.

Malakout (Dir. Farnoosh Abedi) – Music was his passion… Love was his masterpiece…

We would like to thank all of the filmmakers who submitted their films as putting this line-up together was no mean feat.

Our festival will be streaming through the FestHome platform on throughout the weekend of 20th and 21st February 2021, with a limit of 75 free tickets available per screening.

The Bloody Flicks Awards 2021 will be free for viewers to watch, with the opportunity to support our running costs on Paypal – https://paypal.me/bfawards21

Find out more at – https://tv.festhome.com/festivaltv/bloody-flicks-awards

The Bloody Flicks Awards 2021 starts on Saturday 20th February 2021 and will be available to watch until midnight Sunday 22nd February 2021.

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