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Fright Fest 2006
The Zone Horror FrightFest takes place this year over the August Bank Holiday weekend 25th – 28th at the Odeon West End in London’s Leicester Square.
The programme, as in previous years, includes a host of new movies from around the world, many receiving their first theatrical screening.
Films include: Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth – a twisted take on Alice in Wonderland, old-school slasher Hatchet, the provocative French shocker Them, Snoop Dogg’s Hood of Horror, Brit horror The Living and the Dead, grisly farmyard mutations in Isolation, and the cannibal psychological horror Grimm Love.
Bong Joon-Ho’s The Host, in which giant mutant tadpoles attack the inhabitants of Seoul, is being called ‘the best monster movie to come from Asia since the glory days of Godzilla’ and Earthlings: Ugly Bags of Mostly Water is an astounding documentary about Star Trek fans who have learned the Klingon language. Plus: Sweden’s first Vampire movie Frostbite, Adrift, Sheitan, See No Evil, Puritan, The Lost, Danny and Oxide Pang’s Re-Cycle, Broken and more!
There’s a preview screening on Thursday August 24th of Chris Smith’s critically acclaimed comedy Horror Severance and the event proper kicks off on Friday 25th with a vintage Hammer Horror triple bill (Hound of the Baskervilles, Countess Dracula, Twins of Evil).
Plus short films, guest stars, giveaways, goodie bags and competitions! Full ticket and programme information can be found at www.frightfest.co.uk
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