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Blood, gore, haunted houses, grisly graveyards and things that go bump in the night - yes, it's time for another Frightfest. After eight years, the UK's leading festival of dark fantasy and horror film has got it down to a fine art.
Frightfest 2007 will be running in the London's Odeon West End between August 23 and 27. As always, it features a diverse range of films from around the world, exploring all aspects of the genre, from the teen terror of All The Boys Love Mandy Lane and Disturbia to the creepy psycho-thrills of Mr Brooks. There will also be a guest appearance by 1408 director Mikael Håfström, with the opportunity for attendees to ask him questions about his work, and the final day will see a massive zombie march across London which anybody can join in for free.
Full passes to Frightfest cost £140, with individual films priced at £10.
View previous years coverage of the FrightFest festival:
Frightfest Latest Reviews
A detective caught in a battle of wits with a killer is forced to pay for his past failings.
Mandy Lane is the object of everyone's desires at a party in a remote cabin, but is there someone out there who wants her too much?
The forces of good and evil battle over a device with the power to save or destroy Moscow.
Three young adventurers find themselves stranded in a mangrove swamp with a killer crocodile waiting in the water.
An accident blackspot holds a supernatural secret.
A trip too far...
Ghost story about a family who live in an orphanage.
An adaptation of the computer game about a state employee who snaps and goes on a killing spree.
Genetic experiments aimed at producing the perfect sheep go horribly wrong...
A creepy tale of werewolves living among us.
Casey Affleck liberated by ghosts Star talks Oscars, Rooney Mara and hiding under a sheet
In the city of the world's desire Ceyda Torun on KEDi, cats, femininity and the soul of Istanbul.
A nice cup of tea and a murder Jamie McKeller on The Book Club, legalising murder, serial killers and cake.
Completing the trip Bertrand Tavernier on Jacques Becker, Claude Sautet, Jean-Pierre Melville and his Journey Through French Cinema.
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