Two films getting their world premieres at FrightFest this year have been written by one of the UKs finest talents, James Moran. We'll be chatting to James a bit later in the month so here's what his movies at this year's event are about:
Cockneys Vs Zombies - Geezer Gore comes to FrightFest in an ultra-splatter comedy horror director Matthias Hoene calls Evil Dead 2 meets Withnail & I. Just as brothers Terry and Andy Macguire decide to rob a bank, workers on a Docklands building site uncover a burial ground sealed up in 1666. However some of the corpses aren't brown bread at all and before you know it London's East End is infested with hungry zombies.
Can the two dodgy Hamptons get to the Bow Bells Care Home run by their granddad in time to rescue all the Raspberry Ripples under siege with only their Zimmer frames and wheelchairs to kick some zombie Khyber Pass? Would you Adam and Eve it!
Tower Block - The tower block was first built for affordable living after World War II. Communities welcomed them until they deteriorated, and became breeding grounds for crime and violence. Redevelopers took over, knocking them down.
Now it's the turn of Serenity House to be demolished. And the top floor residents are the final people left to be re-housed. But something is about to happen that will make the tenants sitting targets for a psychopathic sniper. With all the lifts booby-trapped, every exit obstructed, the mysterious killer has thought of everything. This rousing, riveting British thriller is high on tension, scares and nastily effective splatter chaos.