November 30th 2021

Dead And SudBuried Reborn: Horrorthon V was a huge success! We're so grateful to all that attended, supporters, sponsors and filmmakers who submitted their brilliant movies to our little festival. We had a great time and it would appear that you guys did too. Thank you so much, we really appreciate it!

Which brings us neatly to the future and our sixth live event in 2022. We're expanding to three days on 18th, 19th and 20th November and aiming for an even bigger and better event featuring more new movies, more classics, more shorts - literally more everything. We're aiming to start around 6.30pm on the Friday evening ending 1am-ish and most likely 10.30am till 1am-ish on the Saturday and 10.30am till 10.30pm-ish on the Sunday for an earlier finish as it's a school night. We'll try to extend breaks between movies a little but our desire to cram as much in as possible will probably mean 20-30mins between movies. Eating is still cheating right?

Submissions for features and shorts will be open from tomorrow via FilmFreeway at the links below and our submissions page.

Our 'suggest a classic' movie page is now open for more suggestions here with plans for online voting battles during the Summer of 2022.

And all being well, tickets should be on sale around the same time with full line-up announcement in September.

Thank you again for all the support, we love running this event and hope you love coming along. if you wanted to help support a growing film festival even more by picking up some snazzy clothing from last year's festival and a destined-to-be collector's item from our first ever event, then take a look at our new online shop here.

Meanwhile, we're already looking forward to Burn, Dead And SudBuried, Burn: Horrorthon VI and welcoming you all back in 2022.


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