ROBERT ENGLUND and ALAN MOORE Head to Film4 FrightFest

Written by Martin Unsworth Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Event News

Horror star Robert Englund is to make an appearance at this year's Film4 FrightFest, in support of his latest film, THE LAST SHOWING, and to celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of the classic A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET.

Other guests announced today include comic book legend Alan Moore (WATCHMEN), who will be introducing and talking about his short film trilogy SHOW PIECES with director Mitch Jenkins.  

John McNaughton, best remembered for the brilliant HENRY: PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER will be on hand to promote THE HARVEST, while other familiar names include Adam Green (DIGGING UP THE MARROW), Jorg Buttgereit (NEKROMANTIK), Jessica Cameron (TRUTH OR DARE), Emily Booth (SELKIE) and Simeon Halligan (WHITE SETTLERS).

Also attending in support of their short films are Chelsey Burdon and Mark Vessey (SHE) and Jill Sixx Gevargizian and Laurence R. Harvey (CALL GIRL).

You can read the full list at the Film4 FrightFest webpage.

And don't forget, if you can't make it, you can come and meet both Jill Sixx Gevargizian and Laurence R. Harvey, as well as fellow US director Jerry Pyle at the special STARBURST event at Manchester's FAB CAFE on August 26th, more details here. We will also be screening CALL GIRL and have the UK premiere of Jerry's SERVICE. It'll be a night not to miss!

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