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Celluloid Screams has cemented itself as a major player in the UK horror calendar. Renowned for its strong selection of independent and worldwide horror films, it’s strength lays within the diversity and breadth of features and shorts on offer. This year, the festival organisers have outdone themselves. Not only have they secured their strongest line-up …

It’s that time of year again when Sheffield has to brace itself and prepare for a weekend of sheer and unrelenting horror. No, it’s not panto season quite yet (someone from Coronation Street this year), but the return of Celluloid Screams. The Sheffield Horror Film Festival continues to thrive. This year the focus is firmly …

Deathgasm

As Celluloid Screams comes to an end for another year it’s time to take stock on what has been a great weekend of films. Yet again it seems to have been more popular than every before, and in terms of the fare on offer, another very strong year. Screening The Witch was undoubtedly a coup, …

If you’ve never done a horror allnighter before you’re missing-out on an almost unique cinematic experience. Imagine spending your sleeping hours in a darkened room watching gore, comedy, monsters and all manner of indescribably acts (and that’s just the audience). It takes a delicate scientific balance of alcohol, fluids, snacks, steely determination and a black …

Celluloid Screams 2015

Celluloid Screams, Sheffield’s horror film festival, returns to the Showroom Cinema over the weekend of 23-25 October. Now in its seventh year the festival is in rude health. 2015 sees the best line-up yet featuring some of the best new horror from around the world. Along with a glittering array of feature and shorts, the …

Since 2004, the Japan Foundation, London has organised a Japanese film programme in close partnership with distinguished film venues and programme advisors in the UK. Each year, a programme of six to seven, largely contemporary, Japanese titles are put together under a carefully chosen theme to highlight trends in Japanese cinema and showcase the versatility …

The Showroom Cinema has teamed up with Now Then Magazine to bring you Eye Openers. They’ve handpicked a selection of films which will stimulate and instigate debate. There’s an impressive selection comprising some of the best documentaries from last year’s Doc/Fest, great films from East Asia and releases you may have missed from 2013. Entry …