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Which way do we go now?
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Saturday 25th Aug 2007
Wow! What an afternoon we’ve had here at FrightFest 2007. Not only were we chilled by the quite brilliant movie Cold Prey but we had the chance to meet the director of the movie Roar Uthaug, one of the nicest guys on the circuit. We had a long chat about this marvellous movie which is a cross between Friday the 13th and The Shining, which incidentally is one of his favourite movies. It was also his birthday and the reception he got was probably the best present he could have wished for!

Then it was onto Joshua a very suspenseful and artistic piece that kept the audience guessing throughout. Another gem from the FrightFest boys.

But what we were all waiting for was the introduction of the Zone Horror short movie competition. Yes folks CUT! is back and we want your short movies. Click on these words for more information .

One of the judges for CUT! 2007 is director Joe Lynch who was on hand to launch the comp with our very own Emily Booth and to introduce the premier of his much anticipated movie Wrong Turn 2: Dead End. Look out for an interview with Joe on the Zone Horror website in the next couple of weeks.

If you're staying in tonight may I suggest you tune into Sky Channel 321 (that's Zone Horror for those of you who stumbled here by accident!) and catch the premier of top hack 'n slash flick Prison. Right, I’m off to see DJ Caruso’s Disturbia, but will return with another of Emily's wonderful FrightFest reports. Laters dudes!

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