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Sitges 2017

Hagazussa: A Heathen’s Curse: The witch of the late medieval Alps

Hagazussa: A Heathen’s Curse: The witch of the late medieval Alps

The psychologically tense, visually-arresting and mind-blowingly creepy folk horror film is a strong feature debut by Lukas Feigelfeld  

20/10/2017 | Sitges 2017

The Lodgers: The twins, the ancient family curse and the haunted house

The Lodgers: The twins, the ancient family curse and the haunted house

Brian O’Malley’s new effort is a simple but beautifully crafted gothic haunted-house tale about two twins having to live – and maybe die – by the rules of an old family curse  

16/10/2017 | Sitges 2017

How to Talk to Girls at Parties: Aliens in punk-era London

How to Talk to Girls at Parties: Aliens in punk-era London

Neil Gaiman’s short story is transformed into a heart-warming and fun-to-watch cross-genre film experience by US director John Cameron Mitchell  

16/10/2017 | Sitges 2017

Kornél Mundruczó’s Jupiter’s Moon wins Sitges

Kornél Mundruczó’s Jupiter’s Moon wins Sitges

The Hungarian film has triumphed in the official selection of the 50th jubilee edition of the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival, while Joachim Trier’s Thelma won the Special Jury Award  

16/10/2017 | Sitges 2017 | Awards

Muse: Those damned inspirational goddesses!

Muse: Those damned inspirational goddesses!

In his terrifying ninth film, Jaume Balagueró scours the darkest recesses of artistic creation as he assimilates José Carlos Somoza’s novel La dama número 13 into his cinematic universe  

12/10/2017 | Sitges 2017

Most Beautiful Island: The contrasts of New York

Most Beautiful Island: The contrasts of New York

Ana Asensio makes her directorial debut with this morbid portrait of a consumer society, descending into the bowels of a sprawling city that harbours the best, but also the worst, of the human race  

11/10/2017 | Sitges 2017

Sitges hits the ripe old age of 50

Sitges hits the ripe old age of 50

The Catalonia-based Sitges Fantastic Film Festival kicks off today, 5 October, celebrating half a century of thrilling audiences by offering a monstrous programme of 225 films  

05/10/2017 | Sitges 2017