The Dark Hedges Movie Club

 

 

Join the Dark Hedges Movie Club

We launched the Dark Hedges Movie Club as part of the 2017  Belfast Film Festival  with the Irish premiere of Jacob M Erwa’s tense psychodrama HomeSick. But if you missed that, there is plenty more to attend. Sign up to our newsletter to make sure you dont miss out on an Dark Hedges Movie Club events.

Slither

Starring Nathan Fillion and Elizabeth Banks, the film sees a small town in Middle-America taken over by alien parasitic slugs that turn its inhabitants into zombies and all manner of bizarre mutations.

Friday 28 April Book tickets

The Descent

In a remote mountain range, six girlfriends meet for their yearly adventure: a caving expedition into the arteries of the earth.

As the group makes their way through the remote cave system disaster strikes and things go badly wrong as the explorers become trapped underground and pursued by a strange breed of predators.

Friday 26 May Book tickets

Event Horizon

Banterflix celebrates the 20th anniversary of this film. In the year 2046, a rescue mission is sent to the outer reaches of our solar system to salvage the Event Horizon, a prototype spaceship missing for the last seven years, whose crew vanished without a trace. As the rescuers search for survivors, they discover the terrifying secrets that lie within the mysterious space ship.

Friday 30th June Book tickets

More Events

The Dark Hedges Movie Club will have screenings from March until October, on the last Friday of every month at the Beanbag cinema.

We’ll also be running some special events and unique venue screenings that are yet to be announced. So make sure  you sign up to our newsletter to find out what is happening and when!

About The Dark Hedges Movie Club

Established by the BanterFlix Film Society in 2017, The Dark Hedges Movie Club aims to showcase cinema’s stranger side! From Irish premieres, cult classics and hidden cinematic gems from around the world, the Dark Hedges Movie Club aims to create a space where lifelong horror fans and genre-curious newbies can come together and discover the wide breadth of unusual stories lurking within the broad ‘horror’ genre.

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