Full FrightFest line-up revealed

Tickets go on sale tomorrow

FrightFest has unveiled its full lineup ahead of this August's thirteenth annual festival, with a record 48 films on the agenda, including 15 world premieres.

Highlights of this year's horror extravaganza include Ethan Hawke's demonic awakening flick Sinister, the Sam Raimi produced The Possession, Elijah Wood in the Maniac remake and word-of-mouth portmanteau sensation, V/H/S.

The festival will be opened by Paul Hyett's The Seasoning House, while James Nunn and Ronnie Thompson's urban chiller Tower Block will bring the curtain down on proceedings. For the full lineup, take a gander below:

FRIDAY 24 AUGUST


Main Screen

The Seasoning House
Cockneys vs Zombies
Grabbers
Nightbreed: The Cabal Cult
Hidden In The Woods
V/H/S
[REC] Genesis
Stitches


Discovery Screen

Guinea Pigs
The Victim
Elevator
A Night Of Nightmares
Sawney: Flesh Of Man
Errors Of The Human Body


SATURDAY 25 AUGUST

Main Screen

Eurocrime! The Italian Cop And Gangster Film That Ruled The '70s
Outpost 2: Black Sun
Paura 3D
Under The Bed
Tulpa
Maniac


Re-Discovery Screen

Inbred
The Arrival Of Wang
Crawl
Sawney: Flesh Of Man


Discovery Screen

May I Kill U?
Kill Zombie!
Nightmare Factory
Before Dawn
Remnants
Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings


SUNDAY 26 AUGUST

Main Screen

The Thompsons
International Short Film Showcase
Sleep Tight
Berberian Sound Studio
Sinister
Dead Sushi


Re-Discovery Screen

The Mummy's Shroud
Rasputin, The Mad Monk
The Devil Rides Out
The Bride Of Frankenstein


Discovery Screen

We Are The Night
The Inside
Community
Guinea Pigs
The Victim


MONDAY 27 AUGUST


Main Screen

American Mary
After
Chained
The Possession
Tower Block


Re-Discovery Screen

We Are The Night
Errors Of The Human Body
May I Kill U?
The Inside


Discovery Screen

Remnants
Before Dawn
A Night Of Nightmares
Elevator


The festival will take place at the Empire cinema in Leicester Square, with weekend tickets available from the Empire Cinemas website at 11am tomorrow, and individual films going on sale from 28 July. Get it in the diary...

Keep an eye on all upcoming FrightFest 2012 news at www.totalfilm.com/frightfest

What are you looking forward to seeing at this year's festival? Tell us, below.

Comments

    • Jeffbiscuits

      Jun 29th 2012, 19:18

      Really want to see the Cabal Cut. It's apparently as close to Clive Barker's original Nightbreed vision as we're likely to see. The fact it's showing at Frightfest hopefully makes a DVD release less of a pipe dream.

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    • Ichi1

      Jun 29th 2012, 21:58

      Which Guinea Pigs is showing? All of them? Cause remember.....half of them suck. Meh, what do I care? I live in California, not like I can make it to Fright Fest. Wish I could though..... I hear V/H/S is pretty good. And I would also love to see the Cabal Cut.

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    • Jeffbiscuits

      Jun 30th 2012, 8:37

      Pretty sure I saw the British premiere of the original [REC] at Glasgow Frightfest a few years ago. I think they used night vision footage of us crapping ourselves for the UK advertising campaign.

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