Friday 1 July @ 2:25
Friday 1 July @ 13:00
Thursday 30 June @ 21:00
Posted in: Frightfest, News, Friday 24th Jun 2016
Horror Channel FrightFest is delighted to present Graham Humphrey’s stunning artwork for this year’s annual Bank Holiday event, the UK’s largest celebration of genre cinema, taking place at the Vue Shepherd’s Bush, between Thursday August 25th till Monday August 29th.
The relocation to Shepherd’s Bush was the inspiration behind the concept.
As Graham explains: "This year’s relocation suggested the idea of a floating cinema that can move through the city. Going west, I took it all the way to Louisiana, as portrayed in the film ‘Southern Comfort’. reimagining London as a swampland.
Monday 27 June @ 16:00
Monday 27 June @ 21:00
Monday 27 June @ 23:00
By Emily Booth, Wednesday 22nd Jun 2016
There seems to be an almost primal-gut need and attraction for our forgotten past, abandoned places once the site of life and activity, now left, lost and derelict, mere echoes of their former glory. I personally am incredibly attracted to the idea of urban exploring and when I was a nipper regularly indulged in breaking into old dilapidated houses, flats, schools and churches before the term ‘urban exploring’ was even coined. But why? What is this fascination all about? Are these buildings a ‘bricks and mortar’ version of ghosts? Is it tapping into our primal need for discovery? This sense of urban decay, especially buildings or places that once housed laughter, entertainment, beauty and opulence, now empty, destroyed and silent. Does it make us feel connected to the people of the past? Are we j... »
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Posted in: Reviews, Friday 24th Jun 2016
The Ninth Configuration – Blu-ray review
Extras: Audio Commentary by Writer/Director William Peter Blatty and Mark Kermode, Killer Kane featurette - brand new interviews with writer/director/producer William Peter Blatty, actors Stacy Keach, Tom Atkins and Stephen Powers, composer Barry De Vorzon, production designer William Malley and art director J. Dennis, Archive featurette with Mark Kermode, Deleted Scenes and Outtakes.
William Peter Blatty’s The Ninth Configuration was originally released in 1980 to an incredibly mixed response. Its mixture of biting satire, brutal horrors of war and of life itself as well as surreal drama and confusing moments of comedy has earn
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