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FrightFest London Tickets

21 August 2014 - 25 August 2014
at Empire Leicester Square
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The Film 4 FrightFest London event is back once again, now in it's 12th year to fill your week with scary, gory, horrific and frightening films

FrightFest London is back once again, now in it's 14th year to fill your weekend with scary, gory, horrific and frightening films. With several premieres and some fantastic horror flicks from all over the world to sink your teeth into, the Film 4 FrightFest is set to be a full on festival of gore. Bank Holiday FrightFest London gets its socks scared off once again as the annual film festival is held over the August Bank Holiday, making the Film 4 Fright Fest is the perfect end to the summer. With loads of fantastically scary films and some of the best classic horror movies ever to have been made for the big screen, you will be spoilt for choice. Whether it's zombies, knife wielding maniacs, monsters, ghosts, vampires, spooky murderous children or just plain old cannibals, there is something horrific and heart stoppingly unpleasant for everyone. Special screenings And it's not just your average blood and gore that will be screening during the fright fest. You can also expect animations, sci fi and short films too. Celebrating its 15th anniversary in style, this year the film festival opens with the UK premiere of Guest, from director Adam Wingard, starring Downton Abbey star Dan Stevens. There will also be the screenings of Sin City; A Dame to Kill For following up from the original Sin City back in 2005 and Kiwi comedy chiller Housebound, along with a number of films by up and coming stars of the horror genre on the Discovery Screen. FrightFest London really does have the weirdest and most peculiar horror films going, so check out the exciting offerings in the 2014 programme. The Guest Film Trailer World cinema Films from all over the world are screening at the Empire Leicester Square cinema during the 2013 festival, including contributions from America, Italy, Chile, Spain and Japan. This year's world cinema offering includes the Norwegian Dead Snow 2: Red vs Dead, German film The Samurai, Serbian The Nymph, and Alleluia from France and Belgium. Grand finale Still not satisfied by all the blood and guts? The final day of the festival promises a grand finale of spine tingling horror. The 2014 festival bows out with a variety of great films including a screening of UK film Xmoor about a film crew that aim to capture footage of the Exmoor beast, but instead stumble across a serial killer lurking on the moors. The 2014 FrightFest main screen programme is as follows: Thursday 21st August The Guest Sin City: A Dame to Kill For Zombeavers Friday 22nd August Shockwave Darkside 3D The Green Inferno Late Phases Dead Snow 2: Red vs Dead The Last Showing Housebound Saturday 23rd August All Cheerleaders Die Starry Eyes The Harvest I Survived a Zombie Holocaust The Babadook Life After Beth Sunday 24th August Among the Living Faults Open Windows Home The Samurai Stage Fright Monday 25th August Xmoor Nymph Alleluia V/H/S: Viral The Signal The 2014 FrightFest discovery screen programme is as follows: Friday 22nd August Honeymoon Preservation Julia The Forgotten The Canal Wolfcop Saturday 23rd August Dead Within White Settlers Show Pieces tbc Digging up the Marrow Creep Sunday 24th August Expedition Drew: The Man Behind ... Doc of the Dead Lost Soul - The Doomed ... House at the End of Time Monday 25th August Altergeist Lemon Tree Passage Truth or Dare The Remaining For more information on the line up or booking, click on the links below. Frightfest 2014 Line Up Film 4 Fright Fest Tickets FrightFest London event runs from Thursday 21st August - Monday 25th August 2014.


Ticket Prices

Single tickets £12.00
Day passes from £27.00
Festival passes £160.00

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