Being shown for the first time on the small screen are Elle Callahan’s allegorical paranormal thriller WITCH HUNT, Amelia Moses’ lyrical lycanthrope horror BLOODTHIRSTY and Coralie Fargeat’s directorial debut, the slickly gruesome REVENGE. Also getting their first showings on TV are Nicolas Pesce’s smartly sadistic PIERCING and John Berardo’s subversive slasher INITIATION.
Neil Marshall makes a welcome return with the channel premiere of DOOMSDAY, as do The Soska Sisters, with the channel premiere of their stand-out body horror hit AMERICAN MARY. Plus, there is a channel premiere for Katie Aselton’s intense battle-of-the-sexes thriller BLACK ROCK and for three remakes – the 2009 version of THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT, with Wes Craven in a producing role, the 2007 version of THE HITCHER, with Sean Bean reprising the Rutger Hauer role and the 2014 version of erotic thriller THE LOFT, again directed by Erik Van Looy and starring Karl Urban.
Full film details in transmission order:
Friday 5 November @ 21:00 – WITCH HUNT (2021) *UK TV Premiere
Friday 5 November @ 23:00 – PIERCING (2018) *UK TV Premiere
Saturday 6 November @ 22:45 – DOOMSDAY (2008) *Channel Premiere
Sunday 7 November @ 21:00 – BLACK ROCK (2012) *Channel Premiere
Friday 12 November @ 23:05 – AMERICAN MARY (2012) *Channel Premiere
Saturday 13 November @ 22:50 – THE HITCHER (2007) *Channel Premier
Sunday 14 November @ 21:00 – THE LOFT (2014) *Channel premiere
Friday 19 November @ 21:00 – BLOODTHIRSTY (2020) *UK TV Premiere
Friday 19 November @ 22:40 – REVENGE (2017) *UK TV Premiere
Saturday 27 November @ 22:30 – THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT (2009) *Channel Premiere
Sunday 28 November @ 22:55 – INITIATION (2020) *UK TV Premiere
One night, at Whiton University, a star-athlete is murdered in the wake of a buried assault allegation, kicking off a spree of social media-linked slayings. As a masked killer targets students across campus, a trio of sorority sisters race to uncover the truth behind the school's hidden secrets - and the horrifying meaning of an exclamation point - before they become the next victims.
TV: Sky 317 / Virgin 149 / Freeview 70 / Freesat 138