Dundee Contemporary Arts have unveiled the line-up for their second annual Dundead horror film festival, which will take place in the Scottish arthouse cinema from April 5th to April 8th. A “Festival Pass” is being offered for £50, which provides the holder with access to all ten film screenings and includes a free T-shirt and merchandise.

After opening with Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard’s “The Cabin in the Woods”, the festival continues with Dario Argento’s 1980 classic “Inferno”, the sequel to “Suspiria”, which was screened last year. The festival then continues with Xavier Gens’ post-apocalyptic “The Divide”, followed by Herschell Gordon Lewis and Nigel Finch’s 1963 ex-video nasty, “Blood Feast & The Errand”.

The festival then goes on to show Terence Fisher’s 1958 “Dracula”, followed by Pål Sletaune’s Norwegian film “Babycall”, which stars Naomi Rapace of “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” and “Sherlock Holmes 2” fame. Next is David Cronenberg’s “Videodrome”, followed by Jacques Tourneur’s seminal “Cat People”, Gareth Evans’ ultra-violent “The Raid”, and finally John Carpenter’s “The Fog”.

You can find out more about the Dundead festival and book tickets on the DCA’s official website here. Dundee Contemporary Arts is located in Dundee, Scotland.