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FrightFest All-Nighter - Full Details
Posted on Monday 3rd October 2011
FrightFest All-NighterFor the first time Film4 FrightFest, the UK's biggest, best and most beloved horror fantasy festival, is bringing its critically acclaimed Halloween event to the Vue West End. It's going to be shock around the clock on October 29th from 6pm to dawn with five must-see genre movies of the moment and a fabulous midnight movie which will be announced separately. The...

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Brand New Exclusive Interview With Actor Zak Kilberg
Posted on Thursday 8th September 2011
Zak KilbergMidnight Son is a gem of a vampire move that I was lucky enough to see at this year's FrightFest event. The lead character of Jacob is played by Zak Kilberg, a talented actor who gives a stunning performance of a young man who is desperately trying to come to terms with the fact that he's a little bit different to everyone else. We spoke to Zak about this and his plans for the future. HC: Did yo...

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Brand New Exclusive Interview With Andy Nyman Star of The Glass Man
Posted on Tuesday 6th September 2011
Andy Nyman 1Andy Nyman is one of our finest character actors. He's also an accomplished magician, voice-over artist, director, in fact the list just goes on. At FrightFest 2011 he gave a career best performance in Cristian Slomineo's stunning feature The Glass Man. We chatted to Andy about this beautiful film and his plans for the future. HC: You're a FrightFest regular, what do you think it is about this...

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FrightFest 2011 - The Ultimate Round Up
Posted on Thursday 1st September 2011
FrightFest 2011 Small PosterWell FrightFest 2011 turned out to be one of the very best yet. Its programme was one of the most varied with plenty of horror genres touched upon and loads of special guests popping in to mingle with the attendees. The event kicked off in style with the very polished shocks of Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark. This UK premiere got everyone in the moo...

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Brand New Interview With Actress Maya Parish
Posted on Wednesday 31st August 2011
Maya ParishThe urban vampire movie Midnight Son was one of my favourites of FrightFest 2011. A realistic blend of human emotions and pure horror it proved that the vampire genre was far from dead thanks to a very intelligent script and a superb cast. Maya Parish plays the female lead Mary and we’ve been luck enough to talk to her to bring you this exclusive interview. HC: Did you know from a young age tha...

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Catching Up On Real Life
Posted on Tuesday 30th August 2011
FrightFest 2011 Small PosterWell that was FrightFest 2011 and I think all who attended will agree that is truly was one of the best yet. The programme was an eclectic mix from all horror genres and from all around the world. That's the beauty of FrightFest, you get to experience films one the big screen that you wouldn't normally have the chance to. Titles such as Tucker & ...

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Ee by, ee by gum!
Posted on Monday 29th August 2011
A Lonely Place To Die PosterJust sat through the World Premiere of Alex Chandon's Inbred. The Empire was packed and it seemed like most of the cast and crew had turned up too. This bloody but fun splatterfest had the audience not only laughing along to the ever more elaborate death sequences but to the rather catchy song the yokels sing. The festival finishes tonight with a...

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Brand New Exclusive Interview With Alex Chandon Director Of Inbred
Posted on Monday 29th August 2011
Alex ChandonAlex Chandon is a writer and director of numerous award winning short movies, and SFX wizard and director of cult titles Pervirella and Cradle Of Fear. At FrightFest 2011 he brought his latest movie Inbred with him to give it its World Premiere. Alex took time out to speak to us about his varied career and his plans for the future. HC: Have you always been a horror fan and if so what was the f...

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Brand New Exclusive Interview With Michael Steiner Director Of Sennentuntschi: Curse Of The Alps
Posted on Monday 29th August 2011
Michael SteinerWinner of the most interesting title of the whole of FrightFest Michael Steiner's Sennentuntschi: Curse Of The Alps is a winning combination of traditional themed horror and contemporary shocks. Michael took time out to give us this exclusive interview. HC: Have you always been a fan of the horror genre? MS: Yes, I grew up with it, especially with the Italian horror-movies of the 80s...

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Road Trip Of The Living Dead
Posted on Monday 29th August 2011
Deadheads PosterComedy and horror go hand in hand but only few directors can get the balance right. Deadheads made sure it kept the gore and guffaws in equal measure which made for an entertaining experience. It did feel like an 80s horror with nicely realised effects but what makes it really fun is you can tell the actors had a ball with this. The film follows zombie slackers Mike and Brent as th...

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Brand New Exclusive Interview With Nicholas Thompson Co-Director Of Flesh Art
Posted on Monday 29th August 2011
Nicholas ThompsonThis FrightFest, Horror Channel is proudly sponsoring The International Short Film Showcase, a collection of 10 of the most exciting and interesting short movies from around the world. Flesh Art from Nicholas Thompson and Christopher Goodman is a bleak, apocalyptic vision with state-of-the-art effects and a disturbing storyline. We chatted to Nicholas about this gory piece and w...

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The Final Countdown - Updated
Posted on Monday 29th August 2011
DeadheadsWell the final day of FrightFest 2011 dawns and many will be starting to feel a tad tired from 4 days of fear-filled film viewing. So the FrighFest boys have designed a day stuffed with top quality films each very different to keep the audience upright, alert and entertained. There's two very anticipated World Premieres today on the main screen; Richard Parry's A Night In The Woods and Alex Chandon's I...

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This has cult written all over it!
Posted on Monday 29th August 2011
DetentionAfter the claustrophobic and slightly surreal beauty of Kill List (probably one of the most attended movies of the whole festival) the crowd were exposed to one of the most original of the whole programme, Joseph Kahn's Detention. High school outcast Riley Jones has a secret crush on cool kid Clapton Davis but can't stand the angst anymore so decides to commit suicide. Suddenly a serial killer dressed ...

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Sinner rather than Saint
Posted on Monday 29th August 2011
SaintI love horror movies set across the Holiday season, stuff such as Silent Night, Deadly Night and Santa's Slay. Saint (or to give it its proper name Sint) is just such a movie but with enough new spin on it to make it original enough. It's December 5th: time for the Saint Nicolas festivities to commence in earnest. Student Frank and friends prepare to party, dressed up as the legendary Saint and his little helpers,...

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Quantity and quality
Posted on Sunday 28th August 2011
Love Bug 1This FrightFest, Horror Channel is proudly sponsoring The International Short Film Showcase, a collection of 10 of the most exciting and interesting short movies from around the world. These little and perfectly formed pieces of cinema are from some of the most talented people around and show just how diverse the horror genre can be. If the directors name is in red then it links to an exclusive int...

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Brainbusters!
Posted on Sunday 28th August 2011
Andy Nymans Quiz From HellAndy Nyman's Quiz From Hell 2 was a brain-aching challenge that tested the horror movie knowledge of even the most dedicated horror fan. This fun and very competitive occurrence is quickly becoming one of the must attend events at FrightFest, not only thanks to the rather quirky questions but also to the fabulous host. Andy is a really talented guy and ...

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Divided they fall
Posted on Sunday 28th August 2011
The DivideAfter the late night excess of Chillerama (and boy wasn't it fabulous?) we staggered bleary eyed into the first movie of the day, Xavier Gens much anticipated movie The Divide. New York City has been decimated in the holocaust, pandemonium breaks out and a random collection of people make a chaotic sprint into the basement of their apartment building. As the survivors sit in the makeshift fallout sh...

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Brand New Exclusive Interview With Ben Kent Director Of Love Bug
Posted on Sunday 28th August 2011
Ben KentThe Horror Channel is proudly sponsoring the FrightFest International Short Film Showcase this year. It's an eclectic and incredibly exciting mix of worldwide cutting edge short films with themes such as werewolves, bats, bugs, nasty orphans, zombies, homicidal blind dates and bananas that have gone bananas. Love Bug from Ben Kent is an in-your-face full-on splatter-fest with an intelligent plot, great ef...

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Short But Not Sweet
Posted on Sunday 28th August 2011
Andy Nymans Quiz From HellAnother busy day at FrightFest 2011. It's packed with some real special events the stand-out being The Horror Channel Presents The Short Film Showcase. This stunning collection of horror movie shorts demonstrates just a varied genre horror can be. We have mutant sea monsters, paranormal terror, animated vampires and deranged artists. Check it out and se...

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The Woman - An Original Nightmare
Posted on Saturday 27th August 2011
The Woman PosterOne of the more controversial movies of the festival is The Woman from director Lucky McKee. Written by McKee and Jack Ketchum this is the one that will test the audience the most. Packed with stark and disturbing imagery the film is a gritty and raw piece of cinema with a payoff that is as brutal as it is necessary. When Chris Cleek discovers a primitive woman in the wilderness on...

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Man this looks so cool
Posted on Saturday 27th August 2011
Fright Night PosterAnother surprise before Fright Night 3D was a trailer and a clip from Joe Lynch's anticipated movie, Knights Of Badassdom. Wild, hilarious and gory in equal measure this looks as if Joe has got a huge hit on his hands. Saying that, Joe is a great guy and everyone here knows what a talented and very creative director he is. Right onto Fright Night. I hold reserva...

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A trio of tasty treats
Posted on Saturday 27th August 2011
Strippers Vs Werewolves PosterBefore Fright Night 3D hit the screen we were treated to a trio of tasty treats from some truly original movies. First up was a short montage of clips from Elfie Hopkins, the new movie from Ryan Andrews. Looking incredibly surreal and downright bizarre with a beautiful haunting tone it stars Rupert Evans, Kate Magowan plus Jaime and Ray Win...

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Don't push their buttons
Posted on Saturday 27th August 2011
Panic ButtonWhen I read about Panic Button I read it to be similar to the Saw movies, where a faceless protagonist forces not so innocent individuals to perform gruesome and nasty procedures onto each other. Well, in a way, it sort of is like that but it has enough original spin to make it an incredibly effective thriller. A group of people who use a social networking site come together to claim a prize t...

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In The Hall Of The Mountain King
Posted on Saturday 27th August 2011
The Wicker Man PosterOne of the movies I have been most looking forward to is The Troll Hunter, mainly because its very different to everything else around at the moment. This smart updating of the "found footage" genre finds a group of documentary filmmakers attempting to expose an infamous bearskin poacher - who actually turns out to be Norway's only living troll hunter. Culling the r...

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Brand New Exclusive Interview with Jason Arnopp Writer Of Stormhouse
Posted on Saturday 27th August 2011
Jason ArnoppStormhouse is an intelligent and clever paranormal piece from the creative pen of Jason Arnopp. This talented guy has created an atmospheric and downright cracking shocker that will have horror fans sleeping with the lights on for weeks. FrightFest attendees had a chance to see this movie last night so we had a quick chat with Jason about his varied career so far and how Stormhouse came about. ...

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It's the little things that matter
Posted on Saturday 27th August 2011
Troll HunterFrightFest has built up a reputation of showing exclusive previews, trailers and snippets from movies that have yet to be released or even completed. Last night we got the first taste of the zombie shocker Outpost: Black Sun. It seems to take up the story exactly where the first instalment finished and looks pretty cool with a hoard of nasty Nazi zombies stomping around present day. Also Marc ...

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The Glass Man - Clearly Brilliant
Posted on Friday 26th August 2011
The Glass Man Andy NymanFrightFest is an emotional roller-coaster of an event. One minute you're laughing at some wild over-the-top grisly slasher, the next you're gripped with tension and fear as some psycho with a plan evokes mayhem and torture on an innocent. It can also move you intently and over the years films such as Pan's Labyrinth and Let The Right One In have had me fighti...

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Brand New Exclusive Interview with Scott Leberecht Director of Midnight Son
Posted on Friday 26th August 2011
Scott LeberechtDirector Scott Leberecht has fashioned a vampire tale with a fresh independent spirit and its showing here on the Discovery Screen at FrightFest 2011, its name is Midnight Son. When a strange skin disease forces security guard Jacob to avoid sunlight and crave blood, he struggles to control increasingly violent impulses to move from black market donor packs to sucking on living victi...

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Going Underground
Posted on Friday 26th August 2011
Urban ExplorersUrban Explorers turned out to be more than just people lost underground and menaced by some crazed lunatic. Instead it was a tense and beautifully shot piece with just the right amount of blood letting and torture. All eyes have now turned to one of the most anticipated movies of the whole festival, Cristian Solimeno's The Glass Man which stars one of the UK's most talented people, An...

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If You Go Down To The Woods Today...
Posted on Friday 26th August 2011
The HoldingThe Holding got its world premiere this afternoon. This brutal rural horror wasn't as straight forward as you'd expect it to be. Set in the beautiful English countryside it concerns Cassie whose husband has mysteriously disappeared and left her to run their farm with her two girls. Then a man named Aden, a guy who knows all of Cassie's secrets, arrives and all hell breaks loose. But how far would ...

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Variety Is The Spice Of FrightFest
Posted on Friday 26th August 2011
The Glass Man BedThe real beauty of FrightFest is the diversity of films that are shown. Today for example we have psycho woodland action (Rogue River), chilling suspense (The Holding and The Glass Man, pictured), a celebration of an underrated filmmaker (Larry Fessenden) and a cheeky tribute to classic slashers (Tucker & Dale Vs Evil). Hard to choose a stand out amongst these so will just have...

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Discovery Screen Opens Its Doors
Posted on Friday 26th August 2011
RabiesThe FrightFest Discovery Screen opens its doors today and is once again packed with some real genre gems. It kicks off with a documentary that's really getting horror fans excited, The Man Who Saw Frankenstein Cry. This tribute to Spanish actor Paul Naschy has contributions from Mick Garris, John Landis, Joe Dante and Caroline Munro. Also today you can catch one of the most intelligent vampire movies of recent ...

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Brand New Interview With Buddy Giovinazzo One Of The Directors From The Theatre Bizarre
Posted on Friday 26th August 2011
Buddy GiovinazzoBuddy Giovinazzo is a well known favourite with genre fans. His debut movie Combat Shock made a huge impression on fans of the genre but he had to wait a decade to make his next picture. Buddy is at FrightFest 2011 for he's directed a segment in the anticipated anthology movie The Theatre Bizarre so we chatted to him about his career and how he became involved with this project. ...

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Richard Briers With A Machine Gun!
Posted on Thursday 25th August 2011
Final Destination 5-2Before we had the UK premiere of Final Destination 5 we were treated to a few scenes from up and coming Brit horror flick Cockney's Vs Zombies. With a cast that includes Michelle Ryan, Honor Blackman, Alan Ford and Richard Briers (yes, him from The Good Life) this looks like and truly awesome piece of undead cinema, packed with gore drenched humour and blood-splattere...

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Escape From London!
Posted on Thursday 25th August 2011
DontBeAfraidOfTheDark-KatieHolmes1FrightFest 2011 kicked off in fine style with a stunning and affectionate homage to John Carpenter and Kurt Russell, Jakes West's Escape From London. This spot on homage to cult character Snake Plisskin and the movies Escape From New York and Escape From L.A. was just what the crowd has come to expect from FrightFest and really g...

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FrightFest 2011 - What to look out for
Posted on Thursday 25th August 2011
Theatre Bizarre - Poster ArtworkFrightFest 2011 starts to day 6.30pm with the premiere of the much anticipated paranormal shocker Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark. But what other gems are waiting for horror fans over the next five days? There's so many to choose from across both the Main Screen and Discover Screen that its hard to pick out must see movies. Apart from Hol...

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Brand New Exclusive interview with David Munoz and Adrian Cardona Directors of Brutal Relax
Posted on Wednesday 24th August 2011
Adrian Cardona and David MunozThe Horror Channel is proudly sponsoring the FrightFest International Short Film Showcase this year. It's an eclectic and incredibly exciting mix of worldwide cutting edge short films with themes such as werewolves, bats, bugs, nasty orphans, zombies, homicidal blind dates and bananas that have gone bananas. One of the shorts show...

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Frightfest 2011 is almost here!
Posted on Wednesday 24th August 2011
FrightFest 2011 Small PosterFrightFest 2011 is only a matter of hours away and once again boasts an eclectic and exciting mix of fear-filled movies from all over the world, many of them either UK or World premieres. There'll also be plenty of special guests and surprises in store with the Horror Channel on hand recording all the best bits from this five day festival of fear....

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5 Creepy Yet True Final Destination Facts!
Posted on Monday 22nd August 2011
Final Destination 5 New PosterFinal Destination 5 will be getting its UK premiere at FrightFest 2011. In Final Destination 5, Death is just as omnipresent as ever, and is unleashed after one man's premonition saves a group of co-workers from a terrifying suspension bridge collapse. But this group of unsuspecting souls was never supposed to survive, and, in a terrifying r...

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Brand New Exclusive Interview With Joao Alves Director Of Bats In The Belfry
Posted on Sunday 21st August 2011
Joao AlvesThe Horror Channel is sponsoring the FrightFest International Short Film Showcase this year. It's an eclectic and incredibly exciting mix of worldwide cutting edge short films with themes such as werewolves, bats, bugs, nasty orphans, zombies, homicidal blind dates and bananas that have gone bananas. One of the shorts showing is Bats In The Belfry from João Alves which is an inventive and fun anima...

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Brand New Exclusive Interview With Aaron Cartwright Director Of Alistair
Posted on Saturday 20th August 2011
Aaron CartwrightThe Horror Channel is sponsoring the FrightFest International Short Film Showcase this year. It's an eclectic and incredibly exciting mix of worldwide cutting edge short films with themes such as werewolves, bats, bugs, nasty orphans, zombies, homicidal blind dates and bananas that have gone bananas. One of the shorts showing is Alistair from Aaron Cartwright which is a f...

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Brand New Exclusive Interview With Clive Ford Director Of Cold Call
Posted on Wednesday 17th August 2011
Clive FordWerewolves, bats, bugs, nasty orphans, zombies, homicidal blind dates and bananas that have gone bananas – yes, it's the FrightFest International Short Film Showcase, an eclectic mix of worldwide cutting edge short films, this year presented by Horror Channel. One of the shorts showing is Cold Call from Clive Ford which is an unpredictable and atmospheric chiller. Here he chats about whe...

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Brand new exclusive interview with Axelle Carolyn Director of The Last Post
Posted on Monday 15th August 2011
Axelle Carolyn Last PostWerewolves, bats, bugs, nasty orphans, zombies, homicidal blind dates and bananas that have gone bananas – yes, it's the FrightFest International Short Film Showcase, an eclectic mix of worldwide cutting edge short films, this year presented by Horror Channel. One of the shorts showing is The Last Post, the directorial debut of writer, columnist, actress ...

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Interview With Chillerama and 2001 Maniacs Director Tim Sullivan
Posted on Sunday 14th August 2011
Tim SullivanFrightFest 2011 is just over a week away and this site will once again be blogging live from the event giving you the very latest news and gossip from the world's most distinguished celebration of horror cinema. To get you in the mood here's an interview with a favourite of the Horror Channel, writer/director Tim Sullivan, whose cracking shocker 2001 Maniacs has been showing on the channel. Tim...

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Horror Channel Celebrates Frightfest With A Special Season - The Best Of The Fest
Posted on Saturday 6th August 2011
FrightFest 2011 Small PosterTo celebrate this year's FrightFest event, Horror Channel is screening a selection of some of the best movies from previous years. Every night at 10.55pm from August 15th to August 31st (apart from our Director's Night on the 25th) you can see such gruesome masterpieces as Rob Zombie's House Of 1000 Corpses, Pontypool, Miike Takashi's shocking A...

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Fright Night (2011) - New Trailer
Posted on Monday 1st August 2011
Fright Night PosterBased on Tom Holland's cult favourite from 1985, Fright Night is shaping up to be a remake worth talking about. It's getting a special preview at FrightFest 2011 on Saturday August 27th before it goes on general release in September. Senior Charlie Brewster (Anton Yelchin) finally has it all - he's running with the popular crowd and dating the hottest girl in high school....

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World Premiere of camping horror A NIGHT IN THE WOODS replaces GUINEA PIGS
Posted on Sunday 31st July 2011
A Night In The WoodsFrightFest have been advised by Vertigo Films that Guinea Pigs will now not be ready in time to show due to various post-production complexities. A future screening, either at their Halloween event at the Vue Cinema in Leicester Square or at the Glasgow FrightFest event in 2012, is being discussed so let's keep our fingers crossed for that. In its slot instead – 10....

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Short But Not Sweet - Horror Channel Sponsoring The FrightFest International Short Film Showcase
Posted on Friday 22nd July 2011
Love Bug 1Werewolves, bats, bugs, nasty orphans, zombies, homicidal blind dates and bananas that have gone bananas – yes, it's the FrightFest International Short Film Showcase, an eclectic mix of worldwide cutting edge short films, this year presented by Horror Channel. Among the prime cuts are the sinister Little Munchkin, from the director of forthcoming Jaime Winstone flick Elfie Hopkins, Axelle Carolyn...

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FrightFest 2011 - Full Discovery Screen Listing
Posted on Sunday 3rd July 2011
Rabies 1The FrightFest Discovery Screen is back and has a line up of cinematic gems that are just waiting to be, well, discovered! This year attendees will have the chance to watch a documentary on a Euro horror legend, road trip terror, vampiric shocks, a slasher movie from Israel and a haunted house chiller. And that's just the first day! Also look out for a special presentation of one of the finest zombie movie...

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FrightFest 2011 - Full Main Screen Listing
Posted on Saturday 2nd July 2011
A Lonely Place To Die Melissa George1Yesterday we brought you news of the films that are showing at this year's awesome FrightFest event. Below you’ll find the screening dates and times for all the movies showing on Screen 1. Tomorrow we’ll be posting all the movies that are showing on the Discovery Screen. Horror Channel is very proud to be sponsoring...

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Film4 FrightFest - Full Line Up Announced
Posted on Friday 1st July 2011
Chillerama ZombmovieThe full line up for Film4 FrightFest 2011 has been announced with a record ten British titles plus first-time horrors from Israel and Switzerland. That's not to mention Hebrew horror, killer Santas, carrot-wielding maniacs, demented descents, a Werewolf musical, the end of the world and Troll Hunters – oh yes, this is THE horror event of the year. Here is th...

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New Stills From Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark
Posted on Wednesday 29th June 2011
t Be Afraid Of The Dark One sheetWith the line up for FrightFest 2011 only a matter of days away I thought you’d might like to see some snaps from the movie that will open this years event, The Guillermo del Toro produced creature creeper Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark. Starring Katie Holmes, Guy Pearce and directed by comic book artist Troy Nixey, this will be the...

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FrightFest 2011 - New Poster
Posted on Friday 17th June 2011
FrightFest 2011 Small PosterThe new poster for FrightFest 2011 has been unveiled. The FrightFest team think top graphic designer and long-standing Frightfester Graham Humphreys has surpassed even his usual incredibly high standards this year. What do you think? This from their arch illustrator: "As it is the 12th year - my idea was a demonic creature crawling out of Big Be...

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Del Toro And Melissa George Back To Headline Frightfest
Posted on Friday 10th June 2011
The Guillermo del Toro produced creature creeper Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark is set to open this year's Film4 FrightFest. Starring Katie Holmes, Guy Pearce and directed by comic book artist Troy Nixey, this will be the film’s UK premiere ahead of a planned nationwide release in September, courtesy of Optimum Releasing. Based on the 1973 US TV movie and bearing del Toro's distinctive touch of class, first-time director Nixey explores a demonic tooth fairy myth in a tense flight of terrifying fantasy orchestrated with stylish verve and stunning sound design that will rock the Empire cinema ...

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PICK OF THE WEEK
Tales From The Darkside
TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE
Sunday 24th December
8.30 PM
Seed Of Chucky
SEED OF CHUCKY
Thursday 28th December
10.50 PM
Prom Night
PROM NIGHT
Wednesday 27th December
9.00 PM