Something scary is happening this weekend... And no, we're not talking about the outcome of the general election!
Independent horror film Darkest Day is screening in Notting Hill, and it's guaranteed to give you a fright!
Directed by Dan Rickard, the film tells the tale of a man who wakes up on a beach with no memory to discover an empty city ravaged by a deadly virus. Hunted down by the army, a small group of survivors are forced on a dangerous journey to escape.
A spokesman for the film said: "The film took over seven years to complete, and although it is a self funded micro-budget film, it aims to compete with big-budget films in terms of cinematography, visual effects and music."
The film will be screening at The Gate, Notting Hill, at 9pm on Monday May 11. Tickets will cost £12.60.
Perfect for zombie-lovers and horror junkies, Infernal Cinema said: "British horror goes from strength to strength, Darkest Day is a superb addition to the resurgent genre."
Don't miss this spooky horror film by brilliant up-and-coming talent.
87 Notting Hill Gate, Notting Hill, W11 3JZ - 0871 902 5731. To book tickets, head to their website.