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FrightFest, also known as Horror Channel FrightFest, is an annual film festival held in central London over the August Bank Holiday weekend. The first event was held in the year 2000. As its name indicates, the primary focus is on the horror genre. However, it has included a wide variety of movies that blur the boundaries of genre definitions.
The festival was envisioned and run by film producer Paul...
- Festival Line-ups
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- Extra FrightFest Events
FrightFest hosted a special preview screening of The ABCs of...
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Arrow Video FrightFest, the Dark Heart of Cinema, is the UK's largest International genre film festival. The festival showcases the best horror, sci-fi and thriller films.
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9TH AUGUST. FRIGHTFEST PRESENTS THE BEST OF THE FEST ON THE SMALL SCREEN - Signature Entertainment and FrightFest, the UK’s leading horror fantasy film festival, team up to launch FrightFest Presents, an all-new venture geared to delivering the best in undiscovered genre features to the UK audience and world stage.
Rabid premiered at the London FrightFest Film Festival on August 26, 2019. "Rabid" held its US premiere on October 15, 2019 at Screamfest Horror Film Festival in Los Angeles. The film was released theatrically, digitally and on video on demand on December 13, 2019 from Shout! Studios.
Release. The film had its world premiere at London FrightFest Film Festival on 27 August 2006 under the title Grimm Love.. In October 2006, the film won four awards at the Festival de Cine de Sitges: Best Director, Best Actor (Thomas Kretschmann and Thomas Huber), and Best Cinematography.
Digging up the Marrow premiered at the London FrightFest Film Festival on August 23, 2014. It was released to video on demand on February 20, 2015, and Green went on a tour to distribute the film. Green said of the self-distribution that it is impossible to get a fair deal with sites like Netflix and Hulu without a major distributor.
FrightFest - The Definitive Film List With the announcement of the line-up for the 2013 FrightFest Halloween All-nighter, I thought it was about time there was a comprehensive list dedicated to the UK’s foremost horror film festival on Letterboxd.
The film had its world premiere at the London FrightFest Film Festival on August 24, 2014, and covers Richard Stanley's experiences while he conceived and developed the project, as well as his time as director for the 1996 film The Island of Dr. Moreau and the aftermath of his departure and the effect it had on the cast, crew, and overall film.