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 We Are What We Are releases a chilling first trailer: watch now
After going down a storm at this year’s FrightFest, horror movie We Are What We Are now has an official trailer that’s deliciously ominous…

We Are What We Are releases a chilling first trailer: watch now

After going down a storm at this year’s FrightFest, horror movie We Are What We Are now has an official trailer that’s deliciously ominous…

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 Horror anthology V/H/S getting a limited edition VHS release
V/H/S, the horror anthology that brought the scares at FrightFest 2012, is getting an extremely limited VHS release…

Horror anthology V/H/S getting a limited edition VHS release

V/H/S, the horror anthology that brought the scares at FrightFest 2012, is getting an extremely limited VHS release…

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 FrightFest 2012: Grabbers first reaction
Boasting the best high-concept of the festival, Grabbers’ alcohol vs aliens premise seems tailor-made for for the FrightFest midnight crowd, who often seem to consume booze as much as they drink blood…

FrightFest 2012: Grabbers first reaction

Boasting the best high-concept of the festival, Grabbers’ alcohol vs aliens premise seems tailor-made for for the FrightFest midnight crowd, who often seem to consume booze as much as they drink blood…

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 FrightFest The 13th reveals guest lineup 
FrightFest The 13th has revealed its full lineup of special guests, with a whole host of horror directors and actors confirmed to attend this year’s celebration of the hottest new entries to the genre canon.

  Dario Argento, Jennifer Lynch and the Manetti Brothers are among the high-profile auteurs who will be in attendance, while the likes of Sheridan Smith, Russell Tovey, Andy Nyman, Sean Pertwee and Ross Noble will represent some familiar on-screen faces…

FrightFest The 13th reveals guest lineup

FrightFest The 13th has revealed its full lineup of special guests, with a whole host of horror directors and actors confirmed to attend this year’s celebration of the hottest new entries to the genre canon.



Dario Argento, Jennifer Lynch and the Manetti Brothers are among the high-profile auteurs who will be in attendance, while the likes of Sheridan Smith, Russell Tovey, Andy Nyman, Sean Pertwee and Ross Noble will represent some familiar on-screen faces…

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FrightFest 2011: Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark Reaction
Things go bump in the night in FF opening movieFrightFest 2011 started with a shiver, a jolt, a whisper and a vague whiff of disappointment with the opening movie, Guillermo del Toro produced/scribed freakish fairytale Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark.Read our full reaction here…

FrightFest 2011: Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark Reaction

Things go bump in the night in FF opening movie

FrightFest 2011 started with a shiver, a jolt, a whisper and a vague whiff of disappointment with the opening movie, Guillermo del Toro produced/scribed freakish fairytale Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark.

Read our full reaction here…

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10 Films You Have To See At FrightFest 2011
The UK’s ultimate horror happening takes over Leicester Square’s Empire Cinema from 25-29 August. Here are the flicks that should be topping your (kill) list…1. Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark: Thursday 25 August, 6.30pmMexico’s hobbit of horror Guillermo del Toro has spent his entire career practising the black arts. After producing shiversome Spanish classics such as The Orphanage, he’s backing Troy Nixey’s debut, a remake of a 1973 TV movie that traumatised an entire generation.Young Bailee Madison is sent to live with dad Guy Pearce and stepmum Katie Holmes in their creepy mansion. In the basement she discovers all kinds of Pan’s Labyrinth-alike creatures bent on persuading her – and FrightFesters – to completely disregard that title.

10 Films You Have To See At FrightFest 2011

The UK’s ultimate horror happening takes over Leicester Square’s Empire Cinema from 25-29 August. Here are the flicks that should be topping your (kill) list…

1. Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark: Thursday 25 August, 6.30pm

Mexico’s hobbit of horror Guillermo del Toro has spent his entire career practising the black arts. After producing shiversome Spanish classics such as The Orphanage, he’s backing Troy Nixey’s debut, a remake of a 1973 TV movie that traumatised an entire generation.

Young Bailee Madison is sent to live with dad Guy Pearce and stepmum Katie Holmes in their creepy mansion. In the basement she discovers all kinds of Pan’s Labyrinth-alike creatures bent on persuading her – and FrightFesters – to completely disregard that title.

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Exclusive poster for horror flick The Woman
As well as the exclusive gory image above, we’ve got an exclusive poster for horror movie The Woman, showing at FrightFest this weekend.
Check it out here…

Exclusive poster for horror flick The Woman

As well as the exclusive gory image above, we’ve got an exclusive poster for horror movie The Woman, showing at FrightFest this weekend.

Check it out here…

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The Story Behind FrightFest
With FrightFest 2011 kicking off this week, we’re taking a creeptastic stroll down memory lane. Join us, if you can stomach it…1.FrightFest 2000FrightFest was born bloody in a dark corner of Leicester Square in August 2000.Hosted at the pokey Prince Charles Cinema, it offered gore and more with a line-up that included Dario Argento’s The Phantom Of The Opera, Ed Gein, The Lighthouse, J-horror Ringu 2 and docs on Mario Bava and Argento.It was a screaming success.Key Movie: Audition, Takashi Miike’s slow-burning torture horror.Controversy: Several unexpecting audience members felt faint after Audition's piano-wire conclusion.

The Story Behind FrightFest

With FrightFest 2011 kicking off this week, we’re taking a creeptastic stroll down memory lane. Join us, if you can stomach it…

1.FrightFest 2000

FrightFest was born bloody in a dark corner of Leicester Square in August 2000.

Hosted at the pokey Prince Charles Cinema, it offered gore and more with a line-up that included Dario Argento’s The Phantom Of The Opera, Ed Gein, The Lighthouse, J-horror Ringu 2 and docs on Mario Bava and Argento.

It was a screaming success.

Key Movie: Audition, Takashi Miike’s slow-burning torture horror.

Controversy: Several unexpecting audience members felt faint after Audition's piano-wire conclusion.