We were lucky enough to be able to pick up tickets to two of the movies on show over the weekend: The Belko Experiment and The Promise. Since there are no reviews of these films yet we couldn't rely on the likes of IMDB and RottenTomatoes to tell us if they were any good before we bought our tickets, but luckily they both turn out to be excellent.
The film was a lot of fun, if horrifically gory, disturbing and stressful. The story follows a group of American employees working at an office in Columbia, who are one day trapped in their building by a mysterious character, and forced to kill each other to gain their freedom. Despite the bizarre premise and relentlessly dark tone, there were many moments of comedic relief thrughout, and the characters were really engaging and believable, each with their own interesting arc throughout the story. The whole thing is helped along by a really talented ensemble cast, and a soundtrack featuring Spanish language covers of classic pop songs like 'I Will Survive' and 'California Dreaming'. Totally recommend watching (with other people...during the day).