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The Final Girls collective return to present We Are The Weirdos 2019

This February feminist film collective The Final Girls returns to present a new edition of their showcase of short films from a selection of the most exciting new female voices in genre cinema from around the world.

Featuring some of the greatest new and emerging female talent in the genre space, these films delve deep into the darkest human desires from a uniquely female perspective. These are films that delve deep into the darkest corners of the human experience, bringing an unforgettable array of monsters to the screen and offering a fresh and perverse perspective on horror.

The programme will launch it’s tour in Leeds on February 16th, with a London premiere at the Prince Charles Cinema the 20th, a special screening at the Glasgow Film Fest on the 27th, and much more!

More short films

“We are thrilled to return to UK cinemas with the second edition of We Are The Weirdos” says The Final Girls co-director Olivia Howe. “Building upon the success of our 2017 pilot, this year’s programme that not only celebrates the breadth and diversity of genre cinema, but champions what we believe are nine of the most exciting voices emerging in genre filmmaking. From animation, to slashers, to dark comedy, these films represent what horror cinema is capable of.”

Check out the official site.

The full programme of shorts are detailed below:

CATCALLS (Dir. Kate Dolan)


A man cruises around late at night looking for something. He pulls in to ask two young girls for directions – only to flash them to get a cheap thrill. Unfortunately, he has picked the wrong girls. They are also out hunting tonight and they will stop at nothing to get their kill.


Hair Wolf (Dir. Mariama Diallo)


The staff of a black hair salon fend off a strange new monster: white women intent on sucking the lifeblood from black culture.


Puppet Master (Dir. Hanna Bergholm)


A lonely woman allows a man to transform her into a puppet.


Inseyed (Dir. Jessica Hudak)


A girl hears mysterious noises and investigates, but the source isn’t an easy answer.


The Lady from 406 (Dir. Lee Kyoung)

South Korea

The woman in the upper floor is getting crazy because of the cigarette smoke coming up from the underfloor. She finally visits the house below, but the man there says something unexpected.

#EATPRETTY (Dir. Rebecca Culversome)


Anna is a successful product photographer, striving for a life filled with perfect moments, inspired by a constant stream of social media feeds, sponsored blogs and fairytales playing on her computer.


Blood Runs Down (Dir. Zandashé Brown)


When a woman undergoes a frightening transition, her vigilant five-year-old daughter must decide between saving her or protecting herself in this haunting tale of inheritance, daughterhood, and demons.


Cerulia (Dir. Sofia Carillo)


Cerulia returns to her childhood home to find that it is haunted by her memories.


Goodnight (Dir. Diane Michelle)



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