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Come to Daddy [Frightfest 2019 Review]

Come to Daddy is the directorial debut of one Ant Timpson, the super-producer behind some of the coolest horror movies of the last few years, including The Greasy Strangler, Housebound, and Turbo Kid....

Haunt [Frightfest 2019 Spotlight]

The countdown to Frightfest 2019 is ON, with just two weeks to go until the UK’s biggest and best horror festival takes over Leicester Square. In the weeks leading up to the festival, our intrepid rep...

Check Out The Full Lineup for Frightfest 2019!

Frightfest is  set to enjoy a record-breaking 20th anniversary, with a stuffed lineup boasting 78 films from fourteen countries and six different continents including 20 World, 20 International/Europe...

Frightfest 2019 Opening and Closing Films Revealed

Frightfest’s bumper 20th year is just a couple months away but it still feels like ages. It’ll be another few weeks yet before we find out what the whole, likely-to-be-incredible lineup of...

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Frightfest 2018 Spotlight: The Ranger

It’s finally August, which means the countdown to Frightfest 2018 is ON. In the weeks leading up to the festival, our intrepid reporter Joey Keogh will be taking a look at some of the most anticipated...

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Frightfest 2017 Interview: Fiona Dourif Talks Cult Of Chucky

Curse Of Chucky marked a significant return to form for a series long considered dead (though certain fans, including myself, retain a soft spot for the likes of Bride and even Seed). The killer doll ...

Mayhem is Gory Fun [Frightfest 2017 Review]

Joe Lynch has had an interesting career thus far. The man most well-known among genre fans for being the other guy on super-popular podcast The Movie Crypt alongside longtime buddy Adam Green, and for...

Frightfest 2017 Review: Tragedy Girls

Tyler MacIntyre’s fourth feature Tragedy Girls is being touted as a mixture of Clueless and Scream (high praise indeed) but the director sees it more as a spiritual successor to cult teen movie ...

Frightfest 2017 Review: Sequence Break

After quietly making a name for himself in Joe Begos’s Almost Human and The Mind’s Eye, as well as playing Herbert West onstage in Re: Animator: The Musical, actor Graham Skipper broke out...

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