Bloody trailer debuts for A Night of Horror: Volume 1

The ninth annual A Night of Horror International Film Festival is set to be held at the Dendy Cinema Newtown just outside Sydney, Australia from Thursday, November 26th through Sunday, December 6th, and its opening night will mark the premiere of the horror anthology A NIGHT OF HORROR: VOLUME 1, a 90 minute assemblage of horror shorts that were submitted to the festival.

Consisting of nine shorts from ten directors, A NIGHT OF HORROR: VOLUME 1 features zombies, demonic entities, self-surgery, and cannibalism, among other horrific things.

Featuring Bianca Bradey of Wyrmwood and Starting From Now fame, Ryde resident Enzo Tedeschi’s Life Imitates is the tale of a young woman that wakes up in a macabre art gallery, her experience leading audiences through the short films that make up the anthology.
From the screenwriter of The Pack, Dark Origins from Brisbane’s Evan Randall Green tells of a psychologist that discovers the terrifying trauma haunting her young patient may in fact lurk beyond the girl’s fractured mind.
California’s Los Angeles based Bossi Baker’s Hum takes us inside a woman’s apartment where a mysterious humming does way more than keep her awake at night.
Escape for a weekend away with Melbourne duo Nicholas Colla and Daniel Daperis’ Flash and risk being invaded by a dark presence. 
Ravenous, from London’s Southgate’s Carmen Falk, leaves us alone with a young girl and her grandmother, who has a compulsive urge to eat raw animal flesh.
Matthew Goodrich of Melbourne’s Cheltenham delivers a family split apart in Scission.
Canada’s Ontario based Justin Harding’s Point of View sees a tired coroner stalked by the living dead... but only when she isn’t looking.
Take the train ride from hell with an unfaithful woman in Melbourne’s Ivanhoe based Goran Spoljaric’s The Priest.
I Am Undone from Rebecca Thomson of West Hobart, Tasmania sees a cosmetic surgeon suffer spectacularly from oversampling her products.

Sounds like an interesting selection of stories, and the trailer that has been released for the anthology indicates that it is a bloody, gore-soaked good time.

Tickets to the festival are available for purchase at this link. Among the other films being shown at this year's A Night of Horror is John "The Arrow" Fallon's THE SHELTER, so be there if you can!

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