Having already won over the audiences at FrightFest Ruben Pla’s amazing documentary The Horror Crowd is heading for Grimmfest 2020 with an online screening at the sensation festival which runs 7th till the 11th of October.
Following the cancellation of the traditional 5-day August event, Arrow Video FrightFest is back at the Cineworld Leicester Square from October 22 – 25, 2020, with a packed programme of thirty-four new features, presented over three screens. Embracing ten countries and spanning four continents, the nation’s favourite fear-a-thon includes seven World, two International / European […]
I don’t know about you but COVID-19 has really taken all the fun out of watching horror movies about viruses. The Andromeda Strain, Outbreak, Contagion, Viral, Quarantine and the rest just don’t have the appeal they used to have now we are all starring in our very own pandemic movie day in and day out.
Way back at FrightFest 2016 I had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing director Alastair Orr who had come to the event with the cast and crew of From A House On Willow Street which played at the fantastic festival that year.
Whenever I get the chance to review an anthology movie, I jump at it as it’s a subgenre I particularly enjoy. I love a good collection of scary stories and this one has a particularly interesting selling point, the quintet here being indigenous tales from Australia which look at post-colonial Aboriginal history and issues through the lens of horror, casting indigenous actors in most of the roles.