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So, Halloween is over and with snow on the way most people are now looking forward to Christmas but Space Monsters Magazine is already looking forward to next October and the 2014 Bram Stoker International Film Festival! We had such an amazing time this year and were made to feel so welcome by the festival organisers and the wonderful people of Whitby that we can’t wait for next year’s event which is going to be bigger than ever running for five days from 23rd to the 27th October 2014!

At this year’s festival there were numerous world and UK premieres of brand new horror feature films and shorts, a separate screening room for classic sci-fi, horror and B-movie fans, a spooktacular Dark Art exhibition, a Space Monsters Magazine stall, horror talks and film lectures. You could also dress up and attend the legendary Vampire Ball, the 1880’s night, cabaret, live bands, magic and more!

And that’s not all; Whitby is a stunningly beautiful historic town which is forever linked with the legend of Bram Stoker’s Dracula and fully embraces its gothic and horror film fan visitors. There are hundreds of independent shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants as well as the Dracula Experience, Whitby abbey, gorgeous scenery and the best fish and chips in Yorkshire. If these aren’t enough reasons to attend next year’s Bram Stoker International Film Festival then check out the pics below and check out the Cyberschizoid website for an even bigger Bram Stoker International Film Festival gallery!

rubber gorilla

bucks fizz sm logo whitby

mummy bramstokerfest

mask sm logo

space monsters stand sm logo 2

space babes at whitby


vampire ball


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vampire circus still 3


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