Our page turning book review feature delving into the most devilish books and graphic novels returns with the latest offering from the fabulous FAB Press who have thankfully reteamed with FrightFest after the brilliant Guide to Exploitation Movies by Alan Jones.
The Bar (AKA. El Bar) centres on a group of unrelated urbanites who are reluctantly bound together in a downtown bar as an unknown threat lurks on the outside. The once bustling city of Madrid unexpectedly becomes a desolate zone, confining the remaining survivors to their secluded space.
It’s back! Yes thats right our Five FrightFest Facts returned for the 2017 festival and we had even more responses that last year from tons of talented writers, directors, actors and producers telling us all about their fantastic films and the horror fest.
When approaching a film like Eat Locals (AKA. First Blood) it is tonally reminiscent of modern ‘rural horror’ such as Dog Soldiers (2001), The Cottage (2008) and to a degree, The League of Gentlemen (1999-2002) and Hot Fuzz (2007); however, as it transpires the film is neither as warped or as engaging as the aforementioned […]