Simon Rumley's Red, White & Blue achieved some acclaim from FrightFest goers. Retaining his uncanny eye for realism and character depth the film and is fronted by two stunning central performances from Noah Taylor and Amanda Fuller. Raw and at times very real its a story of lost dreams, brutal emotions and lost people.
As you can imagine the Empire cinema was buzzing with anticipation waiting to see the number one movie in America at the moment, the Eli Roth produced possession flick, The Last Exorcism. This "not as bloody as you'd think it would be" movie entertained and enthralled and used suggestion and imigary to unease the audience with its much hyped Blair Witch style camera work.
And that was it, FrightFest 2010 drew to a close as it started, with a movie that everyone wanted to see. It's been an amazing event with some movies far exceeding expectations. I'll bring you my persoanl thoughts in my annual Ultimate Round Up later today as well as posting interviews with Simon Rumley and The Ford Brothers who directed The Dead.
If you've not had the chance to view any of our video reports then click here to see who Emily Booth got to interview on Day 4 of FrightFest 2010.