LoveHorror at FrightFest 2011: The Complete Coverage

Film4 Frightfest 2011
FrightFest 2011 was bigger, bloodier and better than ever. With the Empire Leicester Square overtaken and overrun by hordes of horror fans spending 5 days enjoying giveaways, celebrities, special previews and most importantly some amazing exclusive premieres of the hottest hell bound horror films from across the globe.

FrightFest 2011

LoveHorror was there enjoying every menacing minute and you can relive it all with our exclusive and extensive daily features below.

Thursday 25th August
LoveHorror at FrightFest 2011 – Day 1
The Bank Holiday blood bath that is FrightFest 2011 begins with Guillermo del Toro’s Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, 3D mayhem in Final Destination 5 and late night tale Theatre Bizarre.

Friday 26th August
LoveHorror at FrightFest 2011 – Day 2
Friday fun and fear with Rouge River, U.K thriller The Holding, an in depth Q and A with Larry Fessenden on his career and the state of American horror, the German underground torture of Urban Explorer, the disturbing psychological journey of The Glass Man and the hilarious comedy horror Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil.

FrightFest 2011
The men behind FrightFest - Ian Rattray, Alan Jones, Paul McEvoy and Greg Day

Saturday 27th August
LoveHorror at FrightFest 2011 – Day 3
Wreaking havoc over the weekend is the absolutely brilliant Troll Hunter, sex and paganism in The Wicker Tree, pushing the Panic Button in the intense internet horror, the excellent Fright Night remake in 3D, dark and disturbing horror in The Woman and Chilleramma to end the night.

Sunday 28th August
LoveHorror at FrightFest 2011 – Day 4
Sunday bloody Sunday starts off with post-apocalyptic madness in The Divide, Andy Nyman’s Quiz from Hell 2 and the short film showcase, the amazingly impressive The Inkeepers, ho-ho-horror in Christmas set Saint followed by Kill List which lived up to its hype and beyond blowing the audiences minds and Detention for everyone staying late.

Monday 29th August
LoveHorror at FrightFest 2011 – Day 5
The end is nigh on Monday with a morning spent with A Night in the Woods, my meeting with the stars of Deadheads and the showing of their laugh till your arm drops off zombie road movie romance, Swiss genre movie Sennentuntschi: Curse of the Alps, gore and yokels in countryside shocker Inbred and the final movie of FrightFest 2011 A Lonely Place To Die.

To watch all the trailers from FrightFest check out our exclusive post right Here and make sure to look out on the site for full reviews of every film from this years FrightFest in the coming weeks.


Alex Humphrey

Alex studied film at the University of Kent and went on to work for Universal Pictures in their Post Room gaining an inside look at the movie industry from the very bottom. Constantly writing reviews in everything from local magazines to Hip Hop sites Alex honed his critical skills even spending a brief period as a restaurant critic. Read more

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