A Night Of Horror Film Festival 2020!

We have some details for Australia’s A NIGHT OF HORROR International Film Festival 2020! You can watch the festival trailer and get ticket details as well, right here after the break!

From The Press Release

It’s back, . Not even a pandemic could keep it down. 

A Night of Horror International Film Festival is back in 2020, thanks to our sponsors Zig Zag Post and Actors Centre Australia. It’s an all-new venue but it’s the same level of program quality thanks to new Festival Head of Programming Bryn Tilly.

Check out the feature trailer above – and while you’re there, take a look at the shorts trailer and the rest of the program. It’s a doozy!

Tickets are on sale now for the festival which kicks off in 10 days, and you can find more info on our Facebook page about how we’re keeping COVID safe at our new venue at Actors Centre Australia, including capping ticket sales and issuing Deadhouse filtered facemasks.

Grab your tickets now before they sell out, and don’t forget that you can find Deadhouse on Facebook and Youtube for more videos and if you want to have a chat with the team – we’re always up for a solid movie nerd-out!

– Enzo.



After an ill-fated encounter with Mr. Macabre, Nancy finds herself trying to make sense of the hell she has woken up in.

Bianca Bradey
Dean Kyrwood
David Macrae

Aaron Warwick

Jennifer Van Gessel

Jennifer Van Gessel
Rachele Wiggins

Far From Everything Films



A film within a film, The Woodcutter chases the budding romance of two modern-day teenagers through the nostalgic projection room and cinema of Sydney’s Hayden Orpheum Cinema Palace into the eerie 1930s Italian countryside. Questioning the curse of the rare 1930s film reel in their possession, the teens discover the true horrors of The Woodcutter as the boundaries between reality and fantasy become beautifully blurred. The Woodcutter is both a celebration of iconic cinema and an exploration of modern suspense and film noir. With references to classic horror and historic Sydney architecture, it is as much a tribute to the film world as it is a picturesque entertainment piece in its own right.

Ben Mortley
Shannon Ashlyn

Thomas McSweeney

Thomas McSweeney
Kieran Cato

About Michael Juvinall (5172 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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