FrightFest 2011 was bigger, bloodier and better than ever
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.
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.
With Frightfest 2011 but a few days away, we thought that it would be helpful to you all if we could suggest some ‘must see movies’ so that you don’t miss out.
Its here at last the line up for Frightfest 2011 and what an exciting bunch of bonkers blood soaked horror its going to be.
So here it is every detail of the 2011 Film4 Frightfest with every film, every event and every time so you can plan your long weekend of wicked horror viewing down to the deadliest details. Remember festival & day passes go on sale from 2nd July. Tickets for Individual films on sale from 1st August.