Serviced apartments available in Edinburgh for the Dead by Dawn Festival 2012
Serviced apartments are still available in Edinburgh for the Dead by Dawn film festival next year. Serviced apartments are a great place to stay during your visit to Edinburgh, offering much more space than the traditional hotel room. If you are interested in serviced apartments in Edinburgh, why not visit the Serviced City Pads website and see what your options are?
Serviced apartments in Edinburgh are available for next year’s Dead by Dawn festival which will take place from 29th March – 1st April 2012. Dead by Dawn is a horror film festival that has taken place annually since 1993 (except for a break in 2010) at Edinburgh’s Filmhouse. The festival is an international affair with films from all around the world – this Serviced City Pads blogger was lucky enough to attend last year’s festival, and there was a great diversity of films on display. This year’s line-up is still to be confirmed, but a quick recap of last year’s line-up will illustrate the range of film on offer. In terms of the more traditional fare there was “The Last Employee”, a haunting ghost story from Germany, and “Julia’s Eyes” a Spanish psychological chiller about a woman losing her sight. There were also some films that don’t fit the traditional horror mould, but were frightening nonetheless, such as the Japanese drama “Cold Fish” by arch provocateur Sion Sono. There were also some strange offerings like the excellent Korean film “The Neighbour Zombie”, which was composed of short films made by Korean film-makers. British film was represented by the absolutely charming and funny “Harold’s Going Stiff” which saw a lonely old man suffering from the onset of zombie like symptoms making a new friend. There was space for comedy at the festival too, with “Dale & Tucker vs. Evil” and “Chop”, which was an absolutely inspired parody of “Hostel” and “Saw”. As well as showcasing new film, the festival also offered the chance to see classic horror on the big screen – last year saw screenings of “Carrie”, Cronenberg’s “Dead Ringers”, and “Killer Klowns from Outer Space”. It’s not all about features though; the festival also showcased short films and animation from all over the world. For anybody who loves horror film, the Dead by Dawn festival will be a delight – you will have the opportunity to see film from all over the world. If you want a challenge, you can try to survive the Saturday night all night screening – it ran until 7.00am in the morning, and this blogger is proud to say he managed to make it through, meaning that he did not miss a single thing on the festival bill.
If you will be coming to Edinburgh for Dead by Dawn next year, have you considered serviced apartments for your accommodation? Serviced apartments can offer much more space and comfort than the traditional hotel room, with a living and dining area, and a kitchen where you can prepare your own meals. To see the range of serviced apartments available in Edinburgh, visit the Edinburgh city page on the Serviced City Pads website.
For serviced apartments for your visit to Edinburgh, contact us at Serviced City Pads to see what we can find for you. You can call us on 0844-335-8866 to speak to our reservations team, or send us your enquiry through our website and we will respond as soon as possible.