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BITS 2019 SPRING TOUR


BITS 2017



PETERBOROUGH




All Film Screenings held at Market Hall Performing Arts Centre.

Come meet the filmmakers and other horror film fans after the screenings!
Friday March 1st - The Saffire Room.

FRIDAY, MARCH 1st




7:00 pm - I’LL TAKE YOUR DEAD (Dir. Chad Archibald) PETERBOROUGH PREMIERE (83 mins)

I'll Take Your Dead follows William who has a simple job, he makes dead bodies disappear. This isn't something he likes to or even wants to do, but through circumstances out of his control, his little farm house in the country has become a dumping ground for the casualties of the gang related murders in the nearby city. His daughter Gloria has become used to rough looking men dropping off corpses and is even convinced that some of them are haunting their house. After a woman's body, is dumped at the house, William begins his meticulous process when he realizes, she's not actually dead. As the gang activity increases, William patches the woman up and holds her against her will until he can figure out what to do with her. As they begin to develop a very unusual respect for each other, the woman's murderers get word that she's still alive and make plan to go finish what they started.
Previous BITS Alumni for his film BITE (2015).

with the short film PEANUT (Dir. Jamie Oxenham) (8:59 mins)

Behind every man, is a woman to save him!
Peterborough Filmmakers




9:30 pm - LATE NIGHT DOUBLE FEATURE (Dirs. Navin Ramaswaran, Zach Ramelan, Torin Langen) PETERBOROUGH PREMIERE (89 mins)

During a late night taping of Dr. Nasty's Cavalcade of Horror, bloody chaos takes place while screening two features (Dinner for Monsters and Slit). Samantha/Nurse Nasty is frustrated with how the show is being run by its womanizing director and its drunk and crazy host, Dr. Nasty.
Shot in Peterborough!

with the short film ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD (Dir. Navin Ramaswaran) PETERBOROUGH PREMIERE (17 mins)

Starring Lindsay Smith (IN THE HOUSE OF FLIES) and Jeff Sinasac (RED SPRING) as a married couple going on a road trip to rekindle their marriage leading to disastrous results.
Shot in Peterborough!

SATURDAY, MARCH 2nd




7:00 pm - E.M.P. 333 DAYS (Dir. Adriano Ferreri) (83 mins)

After an EMP (Electro Magnetic Pulse) weapon is deployed. North America is forced to live in pre-industrial conditions. Anything electrical is useless, sending the country into anarchy. An 11 year old girl must fend and fight for herself while trying to find her father.
Peterborough Filmmaker!

With the film ABDUCTION (Dir. Michelle Foster) (3 mins)

Be careful who you kidnap.

With the film NO TRESPASSING (Dir. Charlie Lawton) PETERBOROUGH PREMIERE (5 mins)

A girl walks into the woods, and feels like she is being followed by a unseen evil.





9:30 pm - ALIVE (Dir. Rob Grant) PETERBOROUGH PREMIERE (89 mins)

In this latest film by director Rob Grant (Fake Blood) two strangers (Thomas Cocquerel and Camille Stopps) awaken to find themselves injured and held captive in what appears to be an abandoned hospital and at the whim of a maniacal doctor (Angus Macfadyen, BRAVEHEART). Suffering from amnesia and struggling to remember their past, the two prisoners aren’t sure how they ended up there or what their possible connection to each other must be. Their encounters with the doctor are terrifying as he intimidates, manipulates, and punishes, but also acts under a guise of attempting to heal their mangled bodies. Wounded from gruesome experimental operations and fearing for their lives, their attempts to escape only bring them face to face with unforeseen horrors and a sinister doctor taunting them in a twisted game of hide-and-seek. A full understanding of the underlying story comes together in a shocking, not to be missed twist at the end.
BITS 2018 alumni and winner of Best SPX makeup.

With the short film THE DOORWAY (Dir. Michael Hayes) (12 mins)

Edgar confines himself to a single room in an old house where he interacts with a malevolent figure that eerily seems to know, and prey upon, the depth of his guilty conscience.


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