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Interview with Paul Hyett director of Peripheral
Posted on Friday 2nd November 2018
Paul HyettPaul Hyett is a firm FrightFest favourite. His work jumps from genre you genre with ease but still retains that "Hyett" feeling in each piece. His latest work, Peripheral is having its UK Premiere at the FrightFest Halloween 2018 event so we decided to chat to Paul about this and his view on technology. HC: How did the project of Peripheral come together? PH: Peripheral was bought to me by the original produ...

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Slay bells ring in Secret Santa!
Posted on Sunday 21st October 2018
Secret Santa CoverChristmas dinner turns bloody in Secret Santa, the ferocious, gore-soaked horror comedy from the creators of Jason Goes To Hell and Texas Chainsaw 3D. A Christmas Eve gathering takes an unexpected turn after a family guest spikes the punch with a military grade version of truth serum sodium pentothal. The already dysfunctional group comes unstuck in a blizzard of drug-induced, painfully candid outb...

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FrightFest announces line-up for Halloween 2018 event
Posted on Thursday 4th October 2018
FrightFest Halloween Logo 2018FrightFest unleashes an intoxicating six-pack of horror, sci-fi and fantasy for their popular Halloween all-day event, now at the Cineworld Leicester Square on Saturday 3rd November. The 12-hour monstrous marathon embraces four continents and includes two world premieres and four UK premieres. The day kicks off with Julian Richards' latest chiller Reborn, a Carrie for the ...

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First film to be released under the FrightFest Presents label - The Dark.
Posted on Tuesday 18th September 2018
The first film to be released under the FrightFest Presents label, the new venture from leading independent distributor Signature Entertainment and leading genre festival FrightFest, The Dark received its UK premiere at this year's prestigious FrightFest in London, and is perfect for genre fans who love nothing more than a backwoods shocker featuring ghouls, gore and flesh eating, but one done with panache and poignancy. An undead young woman, Mina, stalks the 'Devil's Den' woods where she was killed. If anyone enters the woods, she kills them and feasts on the body. But when she stumbl...

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Interview with Ezequiel Endelman and Leandro Montejano, the creative forces behind Crystal Eyes
Posted on Saturday 15th September 2018
Ezequiel Endelman and Leandro MontejanoFrightFest 2018 exposed attendees to horror from all over the world and one that made an incredibly stylish and retro impact was the superb giallo inspired shocker, Crystal Eyes. Here the co-writers and co-directors Ezequiel Endelman and Leandro Montejano tell us all about this affectionate love letter to the classics of the 80s. Where did the idea for Cr...

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Interview with Tom de Ville, director of Corvidae
Posted on Wednesday 5th September 2018
Tom de Ville director of CorvidaeHC: This is your first short as a director, what inspired you to write this script? TdV: I read a really interesting article about how smart crows are, in particular how they can hold grudges. Apparently a group of scientists had gone out and harassed a murder of crows whilst wearing masks. If they went back wearing the masks, the crows would remember them and fight ba...

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Interview with Stewart Sparke, director of Book of Monsters
Posted on Wednesday 5th September 2018
Director Stewart Sparke watches a sceneHC: Your last movie, The Creature Below was two years ago, what's life been back since then? SS: Since The Creature Below premiered at Frightfest in 2016 things haven't really stopped for myself and my collaborator Paul Butler. We were lucky enough to have the film released on DVD and VOD in over eight countries under various names. I think my fa...

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Less dialogue, more sound. Sennheiser presents 3D audio thriller, Final Stop
Posted on Friday 31st August 2018
The rustle of a newspaper, the sound of the bus engine far away, the steps of the stalker in the pitch-black night: The hairs on the back of every neck will stand up, thanks to the incredibly realistic 3D sound in Sennheiser's short film Final Stop. Writer and director Roxanne Benjamin uses the soundscape to create a thrilling atmosphere, with stunning audio recorded using Sennheiser's Ambeo Smart Headset. The result is a gripping 3D audio thriller which was shown at FrightFest 2018 to a very appreciative crowd and which you can view here. In Final Stop, the protagonist played by Australia...

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Fancy a western themed slasher? Lasso will be for you!
Posted on Friday 31st August 2018
Epic Pictures' horror label Dread Central has unleashed the trailer for their latest picture, Lasso, Evan Cecil's Western-themed slasher which premiered at FrightFest last week. From Dragonfly Films, Lasso, produced by Elaine Gibson, Todd Myers and Evan Cecil, stars Sean Patrick Flanery (The Boondock Saints), Lindsey Morgan (The 100), Karen Grassle (Little House on the Prairie) and Andrew Jacobs (Paranormal Activity). The horror flick centers around Kit (Morgan) and Simon (Jacobs), two young leaders of an Active Senior Tour group, out on an adventure to a small-town Rodeo festival l...

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Interview with Ferdinando D'Urbano actor, writer, producer of The Laplace's Demon
Posted on Tuesday 28th August 2018
Ferdinando D'Urbano - Director of Photography Producer COLA stand-out movie from FrightFest 2018 tested the brain power of those who saw it. The Laplace's Demon is an incredibly powerful piece so we chatted to one of the creatives behind it, Ferdinando D'Urbano. HC: I'd never heard of Laplace's Demon theory before, can you give us a quick explanation of what it is?...

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Interview with Andre Gower director of Wolfman's Got Nards
Posted on Monday 27th August 2018
Wolfman's Got NardsHC: You had already starred in a lot of stuff before The Monster Squad came along, did you think that this was just "another" acting job? AG: At the time, it was just that. The next audition, the next project. However, once on set and seeing what you were a part of, we realized quickly that this was something bigger and more unique than anything we had done before or may even get to do in th...

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FrightFest Day 5 - FrightFest comes to a Climax
Posted on Monday 27th August 2018
The GolemAll good things come to an end and FrightFest 2018 is entering its final day. But there should be no tears, no sadness, as the event has been one of the very best of its 19 years. But let's not dwell on it too much as there's another action-packed day of film fear for all attendees to enjoy starting with the world premiere of the brutal movie, Open 24 Hours from Padraig Reynolds. Then its time to view a genre fa...

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Interview with John Rocco and Abiel Bruhn the writers and directors of The Night Sitter
Posted on Sunday 26th August 2018
HC: Where did the idea for The Night Sitter come from? JR: From the beginning of this story, I had my childhood home in Nashville in mind as the perfect location. After several months of convincing, my parents allowed us to film in their house. It's a pretty amazing feeling to have grown up in the same location that we'd eventually film our first feature in! We were able to incorporate all the parts of my hous...

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Interview with Joanne Mitchell, director of Sybil
Posted on Sunday 26th August 2018
Joanne Mitchel Image 4One of the best things about FrightFest is the Showcases of Shorts which is the way to catch undiscovered talent and unique ideas. Joanne Mitchell has been in the entertainment industry for a few years but has just directed her first piece, Sybil which is showing at FrightFest today. We decided to chat to her about this amazing and disturbing piece as well as he plans for feature films. ...

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FrightFest Day 4 - It's all about the Discovery
Posted on Sunday 26th August 2018
The Night SitterAs Day 4 of FrightFest dawns its time check out what's going on at the Discover Screen. As usual there's been a broad selection of films already shown in this room but today has the most eclectic menu of mayhem. The Night Eats the World is a raw, stripped-down, existential zombie chiller based on the acclaimed book from Pit Agarmen which looks at the loneliness and pain of trying to survive an unde...

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FrightFest Day 3 - What's going on?
Posted on Saturday 25th August 2018
Heretiks image 1An incredibly busy third day at FrightFest is waiting for the fans entering the Horror channel screen today. There's an amazing array of genres waiting for everyone including the world premiere of Bernhard Pucher's blood-splattered Ravers, the welcome return of Paul Hyett who is bringing with him Heretiks and the crazy and almost uncatergorisable claymation laugh-fest, Chuck Steel: Night of the Trampires fr...

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Interview with Michael Mort creator and director of Chuck Steel Night of the Trampires
Posted on Saturday 25th August 2018
mike Mort Director of Chuck SteelHC: Where did the character of Chuck Steel come from? MM: I came up with the character of Chuck Steel in 1985 when still at school. I used to doodle this square jawed action hero in my English book when I should have been concentrating on the lesson. Over the years he developed a bit as I drew him in various adventure scenarios, usually involving monsters of some kind. I made a Super8 short f...

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Interview with Sam Ashurst director of Frankenstein's Creature
Posted on Saturday 25th August 2018
HC: Why did you choose to film James Swanton's acclaimed play, Frankenstein's Creature? SA: I made a music video for Channel 4, and they gave me a small budget to shoot it in a day. The budget was small enough to raise independently, and I looked around me and realised I had all the crew I needed to shoot an actual feature film, not just a music video - if only I could shoot a film in a day! Then my fr...

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Interview with Chris Collier, director of FrightFest: Beneath the Dark Heart of Cinema
Posted on Saturday 25th August 2018
Chris Collier director of FrightFest docFrightFest is one of the most famous festivals in the world. The team of Alan Jones, Ian Rattray, Paul McEvoy and Greg Day ensure that everyone who attends, from guests to punters get the best experience they can from it. But what do they really think of each other and what really goes on behind the scenes? A new documentary from Chris Collier has given the team the chance to tal...

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Interview with Jon Knautz director of The Cleaning Lady
Posted on Friday 24th August 2018
Jon Knautz director of The Cleaning LadyHC: What made you decide that your short film The Cleaning Lady would work as a feature? JK: Actually we had already written the feature before we made the short. We wanted to make a proof of concept to see how people reacted and to try and raise some awareness of our feature script. It was also a great way to experiment with the tone of the film, so we would be ready to tac...

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FrightFest Day 2 - The little ones are the worst ones!
Posted on Friday 24th August 2018
BraidWell as the first day proper of FrightFest 2018 gets underway we can look forward to an exceptional line-up of premieres in the Horror Channel screen. Jon Knautz's superb thriller The Cleaning Lady is a dissection of a destroyed childhood that has caused ripples into their adult life. Written by and starring Alexis Kendra, the film plays on all emotions and is as heart-breaking as it is breath-taking. Another movie whic...

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FrightFest Day 1 - Release the hounds, err, we mean the ducks
Posted on Thursday 23rd August 2018
Mega Time SquadCan it really be a whole years since the last FrightFest? Well, believe it or not it has been but enough of this small talk and let's talk about the movies that Day 1 has lined up! The UK Premiere of Jenn Wexler's superb slasher, The Ranger is first on the list and its real beauty. It's the 1980s and a group of punks get busted selling drugs. Because a police officer gets fatally wounded in the showdo...

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Interview with Jenn Wexler, director, producer, editor, and co-writer of The Ranger.
Posted on Thursday 23rd August 2018
The Ranger posterFinally FrightFest 2018 is here and its starting with a real bang with the UK premiere of Jenn Wexler's outstanding shocker, The Ranger. We chatted to Jenn about this incredible piece of cinema and how she managed to have Larry Fessenden star in it. HC: Where did the idea for The Ranger come from? JW: I studied screenwriting at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and The Ranger ...

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FrightFest 2018, we'll be there, will you be?
Posted on Wednesday 22nd August 2018
FrightFest_FB_LiveYes folks, FrightFest 2018 is only hours away from beginning its five day celebration of all things horror. What can we expect from this, the 19th FrightFest? Well there's a coffin load of premieres for horror fans to enjoy, countless special guests and suprises, the return of the New Blood strand, Discovery Screens, and, well, if we told you everything there wouldn't be anything for our Facebo...

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Interview with Bernhard Pucher, director of Ravers.
Posted on Wednesday 22nd August 2018
Bernhard Pucher director of Ravers image 2FrightFest 2018 is only but a few hours away and the buzz around Leicester Square is already as loud as ever. So we decided to have a quick chat with Bernhard Pucher, the director of one of the films that gets its world premiere on Saturday, Ravers. HC: Where did the idea for Ravers come from and are any of the characters based on people you know? ...

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Interview with movie legend Robert Englund
Posted on Monday 20th August 2018
Nightworld Robert Englund Image 2The UK premiere of the paranormal shocker, Nightworld hits Horror on August 27th. The film stars Jason London and the legend that is Robert Englund. We recently chatted to Robert about this chilling movie as well as a certain jumper wearing, knife finger wielding character you may have heard about. HC: An actor of your experience must be offered acting roles all th...

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Interview with Simeon Halligan, director of White Settlers
Posted on Saturday 18th August 2018
Image of Simeon HalliganHorror Channel's FrightFest Season includes some truly memorable movies from past events and one of the strongest is Simeon Halligan's, White Settlers which is showing on the 19th August. We had a quick chat with Simeon about this superior shocker as well as his own festival, Grimmfest. HC: How did the script for White Settlers come to your notice? SH: It was a strange s...

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10 FrightFest flicks for 2018
Posted on Thursday 16th August 2018
Puppet Master The Littlest Reich Stewart Bridle, Channel Manager for Horror Channel, selects the FrightFest films to catch at this year's event. It's that time again when the most torturous experience isn't being slowly sliced in half by a deranged chainsaw-wielding maniac but actually deciding what to watch from the massive line-up of over 70 films at this year's FrightFest London on the August Bank h...

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Interview with Jason London, star of Nightworld
Posted on Wednesday 15th August 2018
Jason London Nightworld image 1On August 27th Horror Channel has the UK premiere of the paranormal shocker, Nightworld. The film concerns a man (Jason London) who bites off more than he can chew when, when a malevolent force is uncovered in the bowels of the apartment he's guarding. So, we decided to chat to Jason about the movie, what it's like to work with Robert Englund and his future cinemtic plans. HC: You've ...

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Interview with Tim Van Dammen director of Mega Time Squad
Posted on Tuesday 14th August 2018
Tim Van Dammen director of Mega Time SquadYou played a Street Demon in director Jason Lei Howden's FrightFest favourite Deathgasm. Is the New Zealand film community that small? I didn't play a street demon; I am a street demon. The film community in NZ is small enough for most active people to know most other active people - but the genre scene is small enough for us all to know ea...

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Coming to UK screens this summer and UK homes from this autumn, FrightFest Presents!
Posted on Thursday 9th August 2018
FrightFest Presents LogoDiscover suspense, terror and everything in between as Signature Entertainment and FrightFest, the UK's leading horror fantasy film festival, team up to launch FrightFest Presents, an all-new venture geared to delivering the best in undiscovered genre features to the UK audience and world stage. Phase one of this incredibly exciting label includes: SHARE: READ MORE
Interview with Paul Hyett, director of Heretiks
Posted on Tuesday 7th August 2018
Paul Hyett director of HeretiksPaul Hyett is a firm, FrightFest favourite. His work is always a much anticipated event at the film festival and this year is no exception with the world premiere of his latest work, Heretiks. Here he chats about this and future productions. What first attracted you to actor Gregory Blair's script? When Templeheart gave me the script of Heretiks (although it...

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FrightFest announces 2018 Short Film Programme
Posted on Monday 6th August 2018
CORVIDAE- Maisie WilliamsFrightFest 2018 showcases the best in short film from the UK and around the world, with ten countries representing five continents. From otherworldly ghosts to terrifying monsters, from the creepy to the baffling, from this dimension to those still unknown, this year's selection unleashes the latest from upcoming and established filmmakers. Some of the best homegrown talent stretches ...

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Interview with Dominic Brunt, director of Attack of the Adult Babies
Posted on Monday 6th August 2018
Picture of Dominic Brunt, Director of Attack of the Adult BabiesWith FrightFest 2018 only a few weeks away we decided to chat to actor/writer/director Dominic Brunt about what its like to be waiting to have your movie screened at FrightFest and the plans he has for future movie projects. HC: It's been a while since we last chatted, apart from Attack of the Adult Babies, what have you been up to? DM: It's be...

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Horror Channel unleashes monstrous FrightFest Season
Posted on Monday 6th August 2018
To celebrate FrightFest 2018, taking place in London during the August Bank Holiday, Horror Channel is dedicating thirteen nights to past festival hits. Amongst the twenty-six fear-filled favourites, the channel will air four UK TV premieres: Simeon Halligan's 'terror-torial' home invasion shocker White Settlers; Jeff Maher's crowd-pleasingly ghoulish orgy of sex and gore Bed Of The Dead; Chad Archibald's breath-choking supernatural thriller The Drownsman; and the hauntingly sinister Nightworld, directed by Patricio Valladares and starring horror icon Robert Englund. Plus, we're broadc...

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FrightFest 2018 announces guest line-up, additional films and long list for Screen Genre Rising Star Award
Posted on Thursday 19th July 2018
Pimped image for FrightFest 2018Two extra films have been added to the record-breaking 2018 line-up: Pimped is director David Barker's modern transgressive erotic thriller, an Hitchcocktail of elevated suspense and shock in the revered style of Brian De Palma, and If you've never seen John Carpenter's Halloween on the big screen, now's your best chance. The inclusion of this 4K restoration needs no explanation in antici...

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FrightFest and FAB Press launch the FrightFest Guide to Ghost Movies
Posted on Thursday 12th July 2018
FrightFest Guide to Ghost Movies-CoverFrightFest and FAB Press once again join forces to launch The Frightfest Guide To Ghost Movies, which goes on sale during FrightFest 2018, August 23 - August 27. Following the success of The FrightFest Guide to Exploitation Movies, and The FrightFest Guide to Monster Movies, this is the third in an on-going series of wide appeal books for both the c...

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FrightFest renews New Blood talent search
Posted on Wednesday 4th July 2018
New Blood logo for FrightFest 2018After the success of last year's inaugural New Blood search for new writers in the horror genre, the hunt is on for another batch of scribes to cook up a potent cauldron of original ideas and devilish tales. And the search starts today! New Blood 2 finds FrightFest once again teamed with Giles Edwards of Queensbury Pictures, which aims to find new writers and nurture their project from...

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FrightFest 2018 - Here's everything you need to know!
Posted on Thursday 28th June 2018
FrightFest 2018 PosterRemaining in the heart of London's West End for its 19th edition, the world renowned horror and fantasy film festival FrightFest, turbo-charges into the Cineworld Leicester Square and The Prince Charles Cinema from August 23 - August 27 2018. Hosting a record-breaking seventy films, embracing eighteen countries and spanning six continents, this year's line-up is a tru...

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Graham Humphreys' beautiful artwork for FrightFest 2018 revealed
Posted on Thursday 14th June 2018
FrightFest Logo 2018Team FrightFest has finally revealed Graham Humphreys' anticipated poster for this year's event. The stunning artwork for this year's annual Bank Holiday event, the UK's largest celebration of genre cinema, taking place at Cineworld Leicester Square and The Prince Charles Cinema between Thursday August 23rd and Monday August 27th. For Graham, celebrating the 200th anniversary of Mary Sh...

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FrightFest and Horror Channel renew their sponsor partnership
Posted on Thursday 7th June 2018
Horror Channel logoHorror Channel and FrightFest have agreed a one-year partnership deal, which sees the UK's No.1 TV destination for genre fans become the Broadcast Sponsor for the country's biggest and most popular horror and fantasy film festival. The agreement means that the CBS Studios International and AMC Networks International - UK owned channel continues its long-standing relationship with the festival, ...

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Prepare yourself for the Attack of the Adult Babies' stunning artwork!
Posted on Sunday 6th May 2018
Nucleus Films have released the stunning new artwork created exclusively by the legendary graphic artist Graham Humphreys for the slipcase 1-1000 numbered limited edition Blu-ray of Dominic Brunt's Attack of the Adult Babies, which is being released nationwide on June 11. And, in further good news for genre fans, HMV will be racking the limited Edition Blu-ray in their "Special Editio...

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Friendly Beast - FrightFest review
Posted on Sunday 18th March 2018
Horror Channel FrightFest Glasgow was a true showcase for world cinema. One of the stand out pieces came from Gabriela Amaral Almeida who wrote and directed Friendly Beast, a film so visceral yet beautiful at the same time, it left an indelible mark on this reviewer's mind. It's nearly closing time at a struggling restaurant. Staff want to go home while the boss struggles with money troubles and a desire for more power in his life....

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Errementari: The Blacksmith and the Devil - FrightFest review
Posted on Tuesday 6th March 2018
Ever wished that Terry Gilliam made more movies? The man who gave us Jabberwocky, The Fisher King and Brazil gave the world a new perspective and encouraged budding movie makers around the world to make their own visions and to stick by what they wanted to create. Step forward Paul Urkijo whose demonic movie Errementari: The Blacksmith and the Devil just had its UK premiere at Horror Channel FrightFest Glasgow. This film is...

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Book of Monsters - Exclusive look at new poster
Posted on Monday 5th March 2018
Those of you lucky enough to make it through the snow to Horror Channel FrightFest Glasgow at the weekend were treated to a quick look at Book of Monsters. From the team that brought us The Creature Below a couple of years back, this female lead, action-packed monster movie draws inspiration from the cult horror cinema of the 80s and 90s including such classics as Scream, Gremlins and Buffy The Vampire Slayer. With sick, gory pra...

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Pyewacket - Frightfest Review
Posted on Monday 5th March 2018
You know the feeling you get when you see a film that you know nothing about, not even the title gives anything away and you view with an open mind and then it blows your proverbial socks off? Well this is exactly what happened to me with Pyewacket. Confused and infuriated for being forced to move away from friends after the death of her father, Leah (Nicole Munoz) performs a blood incantation calling on an ...

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Attack of the Bat Monsters - FrightFest Review
Posted on Saturday 3rd March 2018
For a movie that's had a longer gestation period than any project I've known of, Attack of the Bat Monsters looks as if it could have been made yesterday, or the 1950s where its set! More on this later, here's what the film is about: The movie follows schlock impresario Francis Gordon as he and his intrepid crew attempt to shoot an impromptu monster movie in the three days left over from the film th...

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Interview with Paul Urkijo, director of Errementari: The Blacksmith and the Devil
Posted on Thursday 1st March 2018
One thing that Horror Channel FrightFest prides itself in is by championing new talent. This year's Glasgow event is no different with a whole host of newbies bringing their first features. A real highlight is Paul Urkijo's Errementari: The Blacksmith and the Devil which is a sumptuous piece that Terry Gilliam would be proud of. Here he chats to us about this stunning movie. HC: Where did the idea for Errementari: The Black...

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Interview with Adam MacDonald, writer and director of Pyewacket.
Posted on Wednesday 28th February 2018
There have been a number of occult and demonic movies over the last few years but none have come close to the tension and terror of Adam MacDonald's Pyewacket. The superb piece of cinema is showing at Horror Channel FrightFest Glasgow this week so I had a quick chat with Adam about this superior shocker. HC: Have you always been a horror fan? AM: It really started when I was about 7 years old when my older brother show...

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Interview with Kelly Greene, writer and director of Attack of the Bat Monsters
Posted on Tuesday 27th February 2018
Making movies can be a tough business but to have to wait almost two decades to release your work takes true dedication. At Horror Channel FrightFest Glasgow this weekend Kelly Greene's Attack of the Bat Monsters is finally unleashed. Here he tells us the story behind this celebration of 1950s creature features. HC: You were inspired to write Attack of the Bat Monsters when you were researching 50s movies, did ...

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Interview with Patrick Magee, writer and director of Primal Rage
Posted on Monday 26th February 2018
There's been a spate of "bigfoot-style, beast in the woods" types of movies recently but none have come anywhere near Primal Rage. This superior creature feature from Patrick Magee will be having its European Premiere at Horror Channel FrightFest Glasgow this Friday so I decided to have a chat with this very talented and creative person. HC: Did you know from a young age you wanted to work in the film industry? ...

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Interview with Gabriela Amaral, writer and director of Friendly Beast
Posted on Sunday 25th February 2018
As we get ready for the trip to Scotland for this year's Horror Channel FrightFest Glasgow I've been lucky enough to chat to Gabriela Amaral about her powerful movie Friendly Beast which is getting its UK Premiere at the event. HC: Was there a certain piece of work or person that inspired you to work in the industry? GA: Yes, there was. I am a huge fan of Alfred Hitchcock and I decided to study cinema because of him. ...

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Horror Channel FrightFest announces Glasgow Film Festival 2018 line-up
Posted on Thursday 11th January 2018
Be prepared to feast on a chilling cornucopia of savage shocks, unsettling surprises and devilish delights as the UK's favourite horror fantasy event returns to the Glasgow Film Festival for its 13th year, from Thursday 1 March to Saturday 3 March 2018. This year's bold line-up, once again housed at the iconic Glasgow Film Theatre, embraces the latest horror, fantasy and sci-fi discoveries from ten countries, spanning f...

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Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson join judges panel for FrightFest and Glasgow Film Festival's 90 Second Film Challenge
Posted on Tuesday 9th January 2018
Ghost Stories writer and director team Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson will join Hex Studio's Lawrie Brewster, FrightFest's Paul McEvoy and Glasgow Film Festival head honcho Allison Gardner on the judge's panel for the FrightFest Glasgow 90 Second Challenge. Aspiring filmmakers living in Scotland are invited to create an entertaining Horror, Sci-Fi or Fantasy film within just 90 seconds. Films must be shot in Scotland by Scottis...

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Stephen King's The Stand
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