Glasgow Horror Festival is back for 2017! Due to popular demand, this time around we have two days and nights of horror entertainment spread over the two floors of The Classic Grand. The festival is presented by Popcorn Horror, Glasgow's resident horror experts since 2011. The goal is to bring the international horror festival and convention vibe to Glasgow, with some Scottish twists.
The 2017 festival follows Popcorn Horror's successful 2015 'Halloween Horror Night' in the QMU, and the sold out Glasgow Horror Festival 2016. We're back for 2017 for our first two-day festival, bigger and scarier than ever!
The bottom floor will be home to a convention style horror market, where you'll be able to pick up horror comics, merchandise, art, and gruesome snacks. Range of vendors for everything your black heart could desire. Perfect place to chill out, chat with fellow horror fans and support indie horror artists and creators.
In the main hall, we will be showcasing the best of international horror. From scary short programs and feature films, to a fabulously gory drag show - there's a weekend filled with the best horror entertainment ahead.
Of course, we need the best independent horror films from around the world to showcase. Throughout the festival, the screening area will be host to spine-tingling shorts and terrifying feature length horror films. Psychological horror, monsters, gore-fests, body horror, horror-comedy - all sub-genres welcome.
Selected films will not only be screened to a diverse, horror loving audience. Popcorn Horror's website and magazine (popcornhorror.com) is all about supporting independent horror, and we'll be promoting all selected films to over 100K+ horror fans a month via the site, social media and magazine.
Awards & Prizes
Best Animated Short
Best Horror Feature
Rules & Terms
All films must be in the horror genre. Sub-genres, such as horror-comedy, body horror, psychological horror, monster movie etc. are also very welcome.
Films submitted for the Best Short and Best Animated Short categories must be between 3 and 20 minutes in length.
Please submit your short horror film to the correct category based on whether the majority of the film is animated or live action.
Animated films may be traditionally animated, stop-motion, computer animation.