Horror Channel FrightFest draws to a close today after 4 days pac ked with horror fun. Housed at the 12-screen Vue Cinema at Shepherd’s Bush, West London, the bank holiday celebration of horror has a few hits up their sleeve for its final day.
Now in its 17th year, the world renowned genre film festival will present 62 new feature films, embracing sixteen countries and bringing together established filmmakers, British first-timers and emerging international visionaries from six continents.
Day 5 of Horror Channel FrightFest (Monday) has lots to see and enjoy. Here’s what’s playing today in the main screens.
The gorgeous Katrina Bowden is joined by Damon Dayoub, Brandon Jones and Jason Hayden in Ivan Silvestrini’s Monolith, a film about a hi-tech SUV car that locks in a passenger.
The European premiere of Director’s Cut stars a great line-up of talent, including Missi Pyle, Penn Jillette, Harry Hamlin, Lin Shaye and Nestor Carbonell in Adam Rifkin’s sharp Meta-Horror about a ‘director’s cut’ made by a delusional fan.
Noah Taylor, Charlotte Beaumont, Patrick Baladi, Tanroh Ishida, Fiona Hampton and Ben Batt star in slasher pic The Windmill Massacre, taking place in the Dutch countryside.
Red Christmas stars Dee Wallace, Sarah Bishop, Geoff Morrell, Janis McGavin and Sam Campbell and tells the tale of a family brought together one last time for Christmas.
The UK premiere of Train to Busan ends FrightFest for 2016 with a blistering zombie thrill ride starring Gong Yoo, Jung Yu-mi, Ma Dong-seok, Choi Woo-sik, An So-hee, Kim Eui-sung and Kim Su-an. Zombies on a train if you will…
Don’t forget, there’s plenty of great films also showing in the three Discovery screens too. A strong shout-out to the European premiere of the award-winning Found Footage 3D. Carter Roy, Alena von Stroheim, Chris O’Brien, Tom Saporito and Scott Weinberg star in this sharp comedy-horror.
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For full programme details amd timetables go to: www.frightfest.co.uk