Ahead of the UK premiere of his latest film DETOUR at Horror Channel FrightFest Glasgow, Chris Smith tells us the importance of FrightFest, his love of ‘film Noir’ and his hatred of reality TV…
As The Horror Channel’s Season of the Banned kicks off soon we though it would be the perfect time to talk to a man who knows more than a little on the subject of censorship, British horror director and video nasties expert Jake West.
Film4 FrightFest, the UK’s biggest, best and most talked about genre festival, is asking filmmakers from every continent to submit their work for possible inclusion into their main August event.
And so we finally arrive at the last day of FrightFest 2010! A sad day indeed and after 4 full days of non-stop horror films I didn’t want this amazing event to end. But before leaving my personal cinema seat and surrendering to the sorrow and mediocrity of a FrightFest-less world I still had a […]
As a horror debut you couldn’t get a more chilling calling card than Creep, the movie which introduced us to the talents of British director and screenwriter Christopher Smith, and made us all totally terrified of the tube. His follow-up was the slightly more jovial, but much more gory, Severance which saw Danny Dyer running around […]