Top five nail-biting movies you shouldn’t miss at Red Lorry Film Festival

Top five nail-biting movies you shouldn’t miss at Red Lorry Film Festival

The festival will witness the grand arrival of BookMyShow’s own film festival IP.

Red Lorry Film Festival

Mumbai: BookMyShow, India’s leading entertainment destination introduced Red Lorry Film Festival, a curated cinematic universe featuring the finest content from across the globe, all under one roof from 5 to 7 April 2024, at state-of-the-art cinemas Maison INOX at Jio World Plaza and Maison PVR at Jio World Drive, Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC), Mumbai.

Here is a sneak peek into some of the horror-thrillers that you should watch at Red Lorry Film Festival and if you scare easy, get a friend along to keep you company!

1   Holiday Horror with Thanksgiving: Welcome to the picturesque town of Plymouth, Massachusetts, where the aftermath of a Black Friday frenzy descends into a blood-soaked nightmare. Amidst the festive cheer, an axe-wielding maniac lurks in the shadows, turning Thanksgiving into a gruesome battleground. Each swing of the blade unveils another layer of the killer's twisted plan, keeping viewers on the edge of their seats with suspenseful twists and heart-pounding terror. Thanksgiving is a masterclass in horror storytelling, blending classic slasher elements with a chilling atmosphere and riveting plot twists, making it a must-watch for fans of the genre.

Language: English 
Cast: Patrick Dempsey, Gina Gershon, Rick Hoffman, Karen Cliche, Addison Rae
Director: Eli Roth

2   Unearth the Unholy with The First Omen: In the ancient streets of Rome, a young American seeks solace in the embrace of faith, only to find herself ensnared in a web of darkness. As she grapples with her beliefs, sinister omens manifest, shattering the illusion of sanctuary. The First Omen is a gripping psychological thriller that delves into the depths of human nature and the battle between good and evil. With its atmospheric tension and haunting visuals, this film offers a thought-provoking exploration of faith and the supernatural, making it an unforgettable cinematic experience for horror aficionados.

Language: English
Cast: Bill Nighy, Charles Dance, Ralph Ineson, Sônia Braga, Nell Tiger Free
Director: Arkasha Stevenson

3   Catch onto the Cynicism with Good Boy: Love takes a chilling turn in this Norwegian thriller as Sigrid's romance with Christian takes an unexpected twist. Beneath the veneer of charm lies a sinister secret, Christian's roommate, who exhibits disturbingly canine behaviour. Trapped in a surreal world where reality and nightmare converge, Sigrid must unravel the truth before she becomes a victim of the ultimate betrayal.

Language: Norwegian
Cast: Gard Løkke, Katrine Lovise Øpstad Fredriksen, Nicolai Narvesen Lied
Director: Viljar Bøe

4   Plunge into the peril with Blue Whale: In the depths of cyberspace, a teenage girl embarks on a perilous journey to uncover the truth behind her sister's tragic demise. Enticed by the allure of an online game, she dives headfirst into a world where danger lurks at every turn. Blue Whale, a true story, is a gripping thriller that explores the dark side of technology and the consequences of unchecked curiosity. With its gripping storyline and nail-biting suspense, this film offers a chilling portrayal of the dangers that lurk in the virtual world, making it a must-watch for fans of suspenseful thrillers.

Language: Russian
Cast: Anastasiya Bratsyun, Timofey Eletskiy, Danya Kiselyo 
Director: Anna Zaytseva

5   Shuck off the shivers down your spine with Evil: At a prestigious boarding school nestled in the Swedish countryside, Erik Ponti seeks redemption for his troubled past. But beneath the facade of academia lies a darkness that threatens to consume him whole. Evil is a riveting psychological horror that keeps viewers on the edge of their seats with its tense atmosphere and compelling narrative. With its complex characters and thought-provoking themes, this film offers a chilling exploration of morality and the nature of evil, making it a captivating watch for fans of psychological horror.

Language: Swedish 
Cast: Andreas Wilson, Henrik Lundström, Gustaf Skarsgård, Linda Zilliacus
Director: Erik Leijonborg, Daniel di Grado

As BigTree Entertainment Pvt. Ltd., the parent company of BookMyShow, commemorates a significant milestone of 25 years in reshaping India's entertainment landscape, its profound expertise, nuanced comprehension of audience preferences and spotlighting of the enduring and evolving tastes of Indian cinephiles have converged in a momentous celebration which was marked by the launch of the new Intellectual Property, Red Lorry Film Festival.

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