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Celebrating a decade of dread, Frightfest reached its tenth year in 2009. It opened at the Empire Cinema in London's Leicester Square with the world premiere of Triangle on August 27 and closed on August 31 with The Descent: Part 2.
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Frightfest Latest Reviews
Fully restored version of the werewolf classic.
A mother becomes convinced her missing son is still alive.
A mad doctor plans to graft people together so that they form a crawling monstrosity, and two unfortunate American girls fall into his clutches.
A photographer's son with an unusual birthmark comes to suspect that demons are murdering the people of London.
A grief-mad father tracks down the men responsible for his daughter’s death and discovers more about his daughter than a father should ever know.
Two schoolgirls fight over a boy - using supernatural powers and extreme violence.
After a bank heist goes south, the surviving robber tries to get rich quick in Senegal, only to fall foul of a millionaire who is morphing into a snake and gaggle of other weirdos vying for power.
Retro suspense thriller centers on a cash-strapped college girl who answers a babysitting ad only to gradually unravel the horrifying secret behind why she was truly hired.
The survivor of the first film is forced to lead a rescue party in search of her missing friends.
Documentary about Troll 2 - considered by many to be the worst film ever made.
Streaming Spotlight - Toronto winners This week we're looking at films that took home People's Choice accolades
Cage - the perfect saviour Debut director on how he landed the Con Air star to partner a pig
Depp stays the eternal outsider Pirates star on Tim Burton, French connections and Hollywood
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