Event News: FRIGHTFEST Line Up Announced

Written by Martin Unsworth Friday, 27 June 2014

Event News

FrightFest

The full line up for the fifteenth Film 4 FrightFest has been announced.

Joining Adam Wingard's THE GUEST, which opens the festival on August 21st are films by

Major films to look out for are:

SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR

THE GREEN INFERNO

DEAD SNOW 2: RED VS. DEAD

ALL CHEERLEADERS DIE

WHITE SETTLERS (from Grimm Up North's Simeon Halligan, starring Pollyanna McIntosh)

ZOMBEAVERS

and dozens more. For the full line up, check out the Film 4 FrightFest website.

Guest appearances, and the short film strand will be announced soon.

 The new poster was also unveiled, featuring, once again, the amazing talents of Graham Humphreys.

 FrightFest

Film4 FrightFest takes place over four days at London's Vue West End Cinema, Leicester Square - August 21st-25th. Tickets are available from June 28th from the box office, with the so-called 'sleepy queue' likely to form tonight (Friday). For more information, head over to the FrightFest website.
Also, don't forget there's a rare chance to see Claudio Simonetti's Goblin perform live scores to DAWN OF THE DEAD and SUSPIRIA at the stunning Union Chapel, Islington on Monday 18th August and Tuesday 19th August, respectively. FrightFest fans will receive a discount on the tickets by using the code FRIGHTFESTDISC2014. Tickets are available here.

Any gory delights that whet your appetite? Let us know!

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