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  Horror-On-Sea 2017 [read more]
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  Zombies, killer clowns and undead Nazis will go on the rampage in Southend this January. But don't panic - too much - it's the return of Horror-On-Sea!

If it was a band, Southend's Horror-on -Sea Film Festival would surely be The Cramps.

Famed for their blend of punk, rockabilly and fuzz-laden psychedelia, the influential Californian group's lyrics and image were all about camp humour, sexual double-entendre, and retro horror/sci-fi b-movie iconography.

In short, everything you’ll love about Horror-on-Sea. After all, Zombie Women of Satan 2, Beach Blanket Frankenstein and Killer Rack sound like Cramps songs but are indeed, just some of the movies horror fans can expect in the typically eclectic programme.

Over the two weekends (20-22 January and 27-29 January) the hugely popular festival will screen over 80 feature films and cinematic shorts, with genres such as zombie, slasher and, topically, killer clowns.
  Graeme Clark [7 Nov 2016 at 19:49]

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