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FrightFest Releases Details for August Horror Fest in London

Arrow Video is starting to roll out the details on this year's FrightFest in London, which will be based at the Cineworld and Prince Charles Cinemas on Leicester Square You can find that in London's West End, or just fire off a Bleeding Cool Geek Emergency Flair and our own Rich Johnston will come and[...]

'Victor Crowley': The 'Hatchet' Sequel You Didn't Know About (TRAILER)

Victor Crowley is written and directed by Green, who wrote the three previous Hatchet films and directed the first two films.Victor Crowley is next scheduled to screen at London's FrightFest festival in London In October, the film moves stateside again as part of the “Victor Crowley Road Show,” a series of special one-night screening events[...]


Weekend Viewing: Clip From The Conspiracy Introduces Us To The New World Order

Brendon and I saw The Conspiracy at FrightFest last week and whilst neither of us were particularly keen on it - Brendon definitely didn't like it - I did find the way in which writer-director Christopher MacBride recreated the look and feel of a documentary reasonably impressive.This new clip, which debuted at Twitch, is a[...]



Directors Of Rabies And Big Bad Wolves Getting Ready For Once Upon A Time In Palestine

Israeli directing duo Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado were in London this week for the UK premiere of their latest film, Big Bad Wolves, at FrightFest and whilst on stage they confirmed what they're working on next.There has been some mention of Keshales and Papushado directing a spaghetti western previously but the news doesn't appear[...]





FrightFest Diary Day One – The Dead 2, Curse of Chucky And You're Next

FrightFest kicked off last night with a introduction from Bobcat Goldthwait, two world premieres and a 'London preview' We were there for the night and we've got a few things to say about the films we saw Read on for our thoughts on The Dead 2: India, Curse of Chucky and You're Next.The Dead 2:[...]


Second Trailer For I Spit On Your Grave 2

Monroe's patchy but somewhat interesting 2010 remake of the 1978 film, was to play at FrightFest as a special "festival cut".I speculated at the time that this could mean that the film has been snipped in order to provide a smoother journey in front of the BBFC's clipboards and onto the screen in Leicester Square[...]


Frightfest 2013 Line Up Announced

I could say Frightfest have done it again, but I actually think they've out done themselves Maybe I feel this way a little because I've actually seen some of the films on this year's programme already and they're extraordinary.For example, You're Next could be the biggest crowd-pleasing film in any genre of the year, let[...]


Ford Brother's Zombie Sequel The Dead 2 To Be Set In India, Not Africa

Howard just appeared at the Frightfest Hallowe'en All Nighter* to premiere a trailer for their sequel, The Dead 2.The idea this time is that they'll film in India, instead of the first film's Africa, and set the film there too The Bros Ford are recently returned from a bit of Indian location scouting, and while[...]

Tickets For The Frightfest Halloween All-Nighter Go On Sale Tonight

As well as the mothership event over the August bank holiday weekend, Frightfest also manage two more programs a year similarly stuffed with premieres and other special screenings.There's the Glasgow session, in February; and then, for Halloween, they hold an all-nighter in London.The tickets for this year's all-nighter go on sale at 6pm tonight, both[...]

Bleeding Cool Vs. Cockneys Vs. Zombies

Zombies is now on limited release across the UK after its premiere at last week's Frightfest where the crowd, you might not be surprised to hear, absolutely ate it up.I spoke to James Moran, the Doctor Who and Torchwood writer who finished up this script, and you'll be able to read what he told me[...]