A collection of spooky clips from British horror ‘Citadel’ will put you on edge, and give you the shivers!

A rather large collection of clips have been released for director Ciaran Foy’s award winning creepy  British horror Citadel, and I am very happy to be sharing those clips with you here. They each show off the wonderfully dark, claustrophobic and chilling atmosphere of the film, and give a good hint as to just how good and intense this film will be. There is also a brief featurette included where the director speaks a little about the film, and it’s cast, characters and location. Check out the goods below.

Written and directed by Ciaran Foy, the film stars James Cosmo, Aneurin Barnard, Amy Shiels and Wunmi Mosaku.


Tommy Cowley (Aneurin Barnard) lives a quiet life in a decaying apartment complex with his highly pregnant wife. The couple is attacked one day by a group of hooded young thugs, and after a shocking act of violence, Tommy is left to raise his newborn daughter alone.

So shaken by the events that he’s developed extreme agoraphobia, Tommy alternates days hiding out indoors in his new flat from imagined threats and intense therapy sessions aimed at bringing him back to normalcy.

When the same hooded gang, seemingly intent on kidnapping his daughter, begins terrorizing his life again, he’s torn between his paralyzing fear and protective parental instinct. With the help of a vigilante priest who has uncovered the genesis of this ruthless, potentially supernatural gang, Tommy must overcome his fears and venture into the heart of the abandoned tower block known as the CITADEL to save his family.

Winner of the Midnighter Audience Award at the 2012 SXSW Film Festival, CITADEL brings a fresh take to classic horror by raising the question: How can you protect your family from evil when you’re afraid of everything?

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About Matt Wavish 9999 Articles
A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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