The Fantastic Night

  • Saturday 9 April 11pm – Cine 1

  • 23€

  • Buy your ticket (1 ticket for 4 films + breakfast) here

Hardcore Henry

Henry is resurrected from death with no memory. He must discover his identity and save his wife from a warlord with a plan to bio-engineer soldiers. This first-person futuristic action epic has to seen to be believed.

Night of the Living Deb

We amused ourselves in 2009 with Kyle Rankin’s feature Infestation. This year, he’s back with his first zomromcom (a romantic zombie comedy like Warm Bodies or Burying The Ex). He chose an excellent cast with in the lead Maria Thayer (Game Of Power, screened at the Festival in 2009) and Ray Wise (Robocop, Twin Peaks, X-Men: First Class).

Bloodsucking Bastards

Restructuration, relocation, words that make any office clerk cringe. These desk slaves also thought their job sucked until that new boss from Transylvania showed up. A marriage made in heaven between The Office and Shaun of the Dead!


Deathgasm is an irresistible mix of heavy metal, gore & horror and comedy. The feature debut of New Zealand writer and director Jason Lei Howden seems to be custom made for the BIFFF audience. Deathgasm is deliciously dirty, trashy as fuck and very generous with blood and limbs. And we haven’t even mentioned the very creative use of sex toys to combat demons. Heavy Metal and horror are the ideal marriage on stage. It’s unbelievable that this is so rare on the big screen, but Deathgasm more than fills this gap.