The Irish Film Institute (IFI) and IFI Horrorthon are excited to announce a new selection of films, My Bloody Horrorthon Presents: Bleeding Hearts, available to stream in Ireland on IFI@Home from Friday, February 12th, as alternative Valentine's Weekend viewing.
Titles are now available to pre-order for viewers in the Republic of Ireland for €6.99, or €24.99 for a full bundle, over on the IFI at Home website.
Visceral Australian slasher The Slaughterhouse Killer tells the story of Box (Craig Ingham), whose passion for slaughter is hard to curb at his job in the local abattoir. When young parolee Nathan (James Mason) joins him at the slaughterhouse, the two urge each other on to brutal consequences.
The premiere screening of Stanford Prison Experiment-inspired Like Dogs sees a behavioural experiment treating humans like animals go wrong, with dire consequences for two recent college grads.
Through an outbreak of a virus, the human race has come near to extinction in this German zombie film Live or Let Die, starring writer-director Manuel Urbank, in his debut feature.
New American horror The Stylist features a hairstylist who becomes a little too invested in the lives of her clients, made by director-producer, and hairstylist, Jill Gevargizian.
My Bloody Horrorthon presents: Bleeding Hearts Valentine's selection
Pre-order now and watch from February 12:
- The Slaughterhouse Killer (2020), dir. Sam Curtain
- Like Dogs (2020), dir. Randy Van Dyke
- Live or Let Die (2020), dir. Manuel Urbaneck
- The Stylist (2020), dir. Jill Gevargizian
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