In Dreams Are Monsters: The Bloodettes (Les Saignantes)
“How can you make a horror film in a place where death is a party?” asks Cameroonian director Jean-Pierre Bekolo in the outrageous and outrageously good sci-fi day-glo zombie political thriller The Bloodettes (Les Saignantes).
Born with the cunning and superhuman power of a vampire, but able to stalk by day as well as night, Wesley Snipes stars in this action-packed thriller as the immortal vampire hunter Blade. Spearheaded by a re-release in blood-curdling 4K!
Presented in collaboration with Ghouls on Film - Belfast's feminist horror society - as part of 'A Queer Séance', director James Whale’s (Bride of Frankenstein) The Old Dark House is one of the best and most entertaining horror films of the 1930s.
In Dreams Are Monsters: Häxan with live score by Nick Carlisle
This special event features a 100th anniversary screening of Häxan, the classic 1922 silent film written and directed by Benjamin Christensen, with a brand new QFT-commissioned score, composed and performed live by Nick Carlisle.
In Dreams Are Monsters: It's Alive & It Lives Again Double Bill
Oh, baby. Fresh from the cradle; witness a double bill from B movie writer, director and producer Larry Cohen (Q: The Winged Serpent), who brings hideous mutant baby-monsters from his twisted brain to your disbelieving eyes.
As part of 'A Queer Séance', join Ghouls on Film - Belfast's feminist horror society - and QFT as we investigate a tragic family past, a mysteriously locked room, cold chills, and bumps in the night in this gothic Hollywood classic.
As part of 'A Queer Séance' Ghouls on Film - Belfast's feminist horror society - host an event screening of Robert Wise's eerie and unsettling 1963 ghost story, featuring a spooky drag show that will leave you screaming.
In Dreams Are Monsters X QFT Late: The White Reindeer
A Christmassy QFT Late presented in partnership with Ghouls on Film, The White Reindeer is a vampiric fairy-tale, set amongst the starkly beautiful fells of Finnish Lapland, and one of world cinema’s criminally under-seen masterpieces.