FrightFest 2011 was bigger, bloodier and better than ever
Grimm Up North is pleased to announce its second offering of blood and fear in this year’s gloriously gut-wrenching horrorfest as Lucky McKee’s The Woman.
And so the end is near and so I face the final curtain, the curtain that is in Screen 1 of the Empire Leicester Square as Bank Holiday Monday 29th began the last day of FrightFest 2011.
Norway is a mystery to me. I don’t know much about it and that often keeps me up at night.
Julian Gilbey’s previous feature, 2007s Rise of the Footsoldier, is the kind of exploitative, no-nonsense thugs-on-a-mission movie that splits audiences into two definitive categories.
The original Fright Night was released in 1985 and told the tale of a teenage boy (Charley) who has the misfortune to witness one of his neighbours getting up to vampire stuff (you know, biting necks and killing people).