A First Class Viewing Experience
After a SELL OUT first two events, Howl is back for another night of first class comedy. This time, expect things to get festive. Buy a beer, a burger and relax as our retro cinema transforms into Cardiff's most stylish comedy club. Sundays have never seemed so funny! Tickets are strictly limited, so don't hang around.
Run time: 220mins
Happy 2018 all, Fractured Visions is back once again at the Tramshed Cinema with another exciting event for the horror fans of Cardiff! This month we will be spotlighting a homegrown talent, in the shape of Edward Evers-Swindell’s and his ghostly chiller, DARK SIGNAL on January 28th.
Deep in the heart of the isolated Welsh valleys, an eerie hush spreads throughout the deserted wilds. Stranded and terrified, single mother, Kate (Joanna Ignaczewska), finds herself entangled in an ill-thought-out plan: a midnight robbery about to take a dangerous turn. On lookout for her boyfriend, and left trembling in the middle of a secluded forest, she quickly realises she is not alone. With her is the vengeful spirit of a murdered girl… Meanwhile, across the valley at a local radio station, Ben (Gareth David-Lloyd) and Laurie (Siwan Morris) are midway through their last ever radio show. With the arrival of medium, Carla, and filled with determination to go out with a bang, Laurie and Ben are about to get much more than they bargained for. Patching together fragments of ghostly sounds, they begin to unravel the clues to a frightening crime before doing do the unthinkable… making contact with the dead.
Are you a fan of John Carpenter? Enjoy ghostly goings-on as popularised by J-horror? Or do have a penchant for the slasher genre? Good! Because DARK SIGNAL manages to blend all of this, and more, into one thrilling mix which is sure to delight fans of cult and horror cinema. DARK SIGNAL earns extra cult kudos for casting Italian actress Cinzia Monreale as the psychic, Carla. Cinzia has worked with some of Italian genre cinema finest names, we’re talking the likes of Dario Argento, Lucio Fulci and Joe D’Amato!
Under the guidance on his mentor, Neil Marshall, Edward has delivered a blistering slice of fright and is one of the few Welsh horror films actually set in Wales! If that isn’t enough for you, it’s also a sterling example of low-budget filmmaking.
Ed, along with producer Jonas Babics, will be in attendance to discuss the trials and tribulations of making a low-budget horror in Wales and to answer any questions you may have. So, if you are a fan of Welsh or British genre cinema, or a student looking to make a feature films - this is the event for you!
We’ll also be holding an extended Fractured Visions trailer reel, so be sure to get there on time as we once again unfold some of the wackiest trailers from the glorious grindhouse and drive-in era; it will no doubt leave you thrilled, baffled, delighted, possibly offended or thoroughly pleased: or maybe a little of everything!
Run time: 180mins