Let’s be honest your 18 th birthday is always a big one and this year FrightFest was 18 years old. Legally in the UK you can buy alcohol, fireworks, a crossbow, get a commercial pilot’s licence, vote, donate your body to science and most importantly watch 18 films. Hold on a minute does that mean […]
Rotting flesh and a love of brains (eating them that is) may not be the top requirements on most people’s Tinder profiles, but over the years certain movies have shown that a love affair between the living and the undead can sometimes be a beautiful thing.
In 1957, Hammer’s first ever horror film in colour was released: The Curse of Frankenstein. Its huge success spawned many more Hammer Horror films and the studio’s domination of the horror genre, which was to last for a decade and a half.
With twenty-six films over three days, including ten World, four European and seven UK premieres, Horror Channel FrightFest’s short film showcase unleashes this year’s eclectic mix of the bold, brave, bloody and barmy with films programmed to entertain, frighten, enlighten and simply amaze.