W4free announces November Nightmares with Love Horror

Coming soon November Nightmares

Free online movie streaming platform W4Free has announced the launch of November Nightmares, in association with Love Horror.

And to celebrate this special collaboration, W4Free is launching a fantastic competition, the top prize being an Apple iPad.

November Nightmares launches on 20th November and W4Free will host a number of fantastic horror films to celebrate the ten-day event, including five films hand-picked by our own reviewers.

It’s timing couldn’t be better as many horror lovers are suffering withdrawals from what has been a memorable few months with a deluge of terrifying releases and horror events (many of which have moved online).

W4Free is a relatively new platform that has already firmly established itself by hosting a series of significant releases, which amazingly, it offers for free to viewers via its web platform and mobile apps.

Alex Humphrey, editor-in-chief at Love Horror said: “During this period of uncertainty, with restricted freedom for people across the UK and worldwide, it has never been more important for us to be able to escape reality using the medium of film.

“W4Free is a great platform as it allows people to take their minds off global events and offer some respite. And by being free, it’s accessible to anyone with a web connection – and it’s the people on low incomes that are probably feeling the effects of the pandemic the most.”

Love Horror will announce more details of this fantastic competition later this week, and anyone hoping to win the iPad or runners up prizes (details to be announced) will be able to do so via the Love Horror and W4Free websites.

Keep an eye on our social media channels for more information on the competition and the films that Love Horror will be proudly featuring during November Nightmares.

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Tom Atkinson

Tom is one of the editors at Love Horror. He has been watching horror for a worryingly long time, starting on the Universal Monsters and progressing through the Carpenter classics. He has a soft-spot for eighties horror.More

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