Well we are sad to say that the worlds best horror film fest is over for another year but boy did we have fun at Film 4 FrightFest 2013 with 5 day’s of amazing movies.
Causing a sensation at FrightFest The Loved Ones was a crowd pleasing Aussie horror. It puts a sick twist on the teen film genre and offered up the scariest prom night since poor crazy Carrie got covered in pig’s blood. Brent (Twilight and Road Kill star Xavier Samuel) may seem like every other high school […]
Just when we finally get over the fact that Frightfest is over and come to terms with the loss, the Frightfest team hit us with this latest bit of excellent news.
FrightFest 2010 was 5 days of blissfully brutal horror heaven for us here at LoveHorror and although it may be over for another year you can still relive the menacing movie magic and read all the extensive and exclusive coverage of London’s premier horror film festival by simply clicking the links below.
Road Train is an Australian horror which comes across as a combination of Maximum Overdrive and Wolf Creek filled with hellish imagery and a big rig that would more than scare any driver off the motorway. Whilst camping in the outback four young friends are run off the road by a massive three trailer truck […]
Although the original schedule for FrightFest had featured the UK premiere of the A Serbian Film it seemed that controversy had caught up with the picture and lead to a shocking decision by Westminster council and the British Board of Film Classification that prevented the movie being shown. As Alan Jones explained to the confused […]