Monsterfest 2022 Program Reveal!
22 November 2022
MONSTERFEST RETURNS WITH THE LATEST MUST-SEE GENRE AND CULT CINEMA PROGRAMMING FROM AROUND AUSTRALIA AND BEYOND! OUR FRIENDS AT MONSTER HAVE ONCE AGAIN DELIVERED A KILLER LINE UP, FEATURING A FISTUL OF UMBRELLA’S LATEST HORROR TITLES AND A SPECIAL SCREENING OF A REMASTERED KOOKY CLASSIC SEE OUR PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS AND SESSION DETAILS BELOW…
|MELBOURNE DATES – 24TH NOVEMBER – 4TH DECEMBER|
SYDNEY, ADELAIDE, PERTH & BRISBANE DATES – 8TH DECEMBER – 11TH DECEMBER
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Umbrella’s top picks at Monster 2022
THE PRICE WE PAY
[ Ryûhei Kitamura | 2022 | USA | All States ]
From acclaimed genre auteur Ryûhei Kitamura (THE MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN, VERSUS) comes THE PRICE WE PAY with Stephen Dorff (BLADE) & Emile Hirsch (INTO THE WILD) as two criminals on the lam, who upon finding a farmhouse believe to have found solace only to discover something far deadlier than little ole johnny law.
[ Tristan Barr | 2022 | Australia | All States ]
SUBJECT, the sophomore feature from director Tristan Barr (WATCH THE SUNSET), is a multi-layered fable following Willem (Stephen Phillips) whom on his way to prison is given the chance to serve out his sentence observing a mysterious creature in a close-quartered, isolated facility.
MELVIN SON OF ALVIN
[ John Eastway | 1984 | Australia | Melbourne Only ]
Following the success of ALVIN PURPLE and ALVIN RIDES AGAIN in the 1970s, a refresh of the franchise came in 1984 however the subsequent film found neither commercial nor immediate audience favour and in the years since has been lost to the obscurity of VHS. Monster Fest is proud to present MELVIN: SON OF ALVIN, an unheralded Ozploitation classic and the sole theatrical feature of director John Eastway in an all-new 2K Restoration.
[ Alexander Whitrow | 2022 | Australia | Adelaide Only]
Connor, a thief operating on the highways of rural Australia gets caught in the crossfires of an ongoing police investigation after he unknowingly holds up a serial killer in filmmaker Alexander Whitrow’s gripping thriller ROADKILL.