FrightFest VOD Film review: Dark PlaceAugust 29, 2020 | Anton Bitel
This five-part horror anthology turns the tensions and traumas of Aboriginal experience into genre chills.Read More
VOD film review: 12 Hour ShiftAugust 28, 2020 | Anton Bitel
Brea Grant’s portrait of a nurse’s night shift is a “slice of life” in more than one sense.Read More
FrightFest VOD film review: I Am LisaAugust 28, 2020 | Anton Bitel
Patrick Rea’s revenge horror sees a smalltown second-hand bookseller bite back against her persecutors.Read More
FrightFest VOD film review: Sky SharksAugust 27, 2020 | Anton Bitel
Marc Fehse’s SS-ploitation satire is a dumb-assed B movie with political teeth. Read More
VOD film review: Triggered (2020)August 26, 2020 | Anton Bitel
Nine twenty-something friends are pitted against one another in this entertaining, gruesome and self-aware Battle Royale.Read More
Interview: Brea Grant talks 12 Hour ShiftAugust 25, 2020 | James R
Ahead of the FrightFest UK premiere of 12 Hour Shift, director Brea Grant talks about the heroism of nurses and being a child of the 1990s.
12 Hour Shift is a valentine to East Texas and the hospital staff … Read More
Interview: Greg Day on taking FrightFest online for the first timeAugust 24, 2020 | James R
This week sees FrightFest go online for the first time in its history, taking one of the UK’s biggest horror cinema events into the digital ether in the middle of a global pandemic. (You can see our guide to the … Read More
FrightFest 2020: 10 films to streamAugust 23, 2020 | James R
This week sees FrightFest go online for the first time, as one of the UK’s biggest horror film festivals takes to the web for a digital edition. From 27th to 31st August, the festival will stream 25 films – including … Read More
Host and Saint Maud directors join FrightFest line-upAugust 21, 2020 | James R
FrightFest officially goes online this August Bank Holiday weekend, and it’s bringing some of the most buzzed-about filmmakers from the genre with it.
The five-day event, kicking off on Thursday 27th August, will stream 25 feature films from 10 countries, … Read More
FrightFest announces 2020 short film line-upAugust 6, 2020 | James R
FrightFest may be going online this year, but that doesn’t mean it’s about to shortchange horror fans, with a short film showcase included in the streaming line-up.
The festival, sponsored by Arrow Video, will highlight the best new genre … Read More