FrightFest 2011

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Little Munchkin Little Munchkin
Little Munchkin and Brutal Relax
Alistair (Country: Australia; Year: 2010; Director: Aaron Cartwright; Writer: Aaron Cartwright; Stars: Aaron Cartwright, Adam Morgan, Holly Myers, Melissa Virgara, Kialea Nadine Williams), Official Site
Two ruthless killers on the loose choose the wrong home to invade. Waiting is an evil presence beyond their comprehension…and it’s hungry.
Bad Moon Rising (Country: US; Year: 2011; Director: Joe Begos; Writer: Joe Begos; Stars: David P. Emrich, Josh Ethier, Christina Napier)
A man shows up at his brother's doorstep with his dying girlfriend in his arms, claiming she was attacked by a werewolf.
Showing with Chillerama
Banana Motherf**ker (Country: Portugal; Year: 2010; Director: Fernando Alle)
Six adventurers embark on a quest to find a mystical cemetery. After disturbing the dead, they awake an ancient evil that will unleash a violent rampage across the entire world.
Bats In The Belfry (Country: Portugal; Year: 2010; Director: João Alves; Writer: João Alves; Stars: João Alves, Rita Soares), Official Site
Deadeye Jack tries to resume a botched heist, only to find himself face to face with darkness.
Brutal Relax (Country: Spain; Year: 2010; Director: Adrián Cardona, Rafa Dengrá, David Muñoz; Writer: José Ma. Angorrilla, Adrián Cardona, Rafa Dengrá; Stars: José Ma. Angorrilla, Pep Sais)
Mr Olivares needs a vacation. To go to some place where he can relax and enjoy himself.
The Last Post The Last Post
The Last Post and Love Bug
Cold Call (Country: UK; Year: 2011; Director: Clive Ford)
A zealous preacher gets more than he bargained for when a routine house call proves some souls truly can’t be saved.
Demonitron: The Sxith Dimension (Country: Canada; Year: 2010; Director: Francois Simard; Stars: Anouk Whissell, Yoann-Karl Whissell)
Amanda, a young dancer receives the unexpected visit of a messenger of the sixth dimension. This mysterious man tries to warn her about the evil forces that are coming to take her. She runs for help to her famous doctor friend and they fall together to the deepest pits of hell and madness.
Flesh Art (Country: UK; Year: 2011; Director: Christopher Goodman, Nicholas Thompson; Writer: Christopher Goodman, Nicholas Thompson; Stars: Caterina Boselli, Lukas Trimonis)
It’s the end of the world. Bizarre and gruesome experiments are being conducted in a basement all in the name of Flesh Art.
The Last Post (Country: UK; Year: 2011; Director: Axelle Carolyn; Writer: Axelle Carolyn; Stars: Jean Marsh, Darren Bransford, Kimberley Nixon)
An old lady in a nursing home is visited by a mysterious man no one else seems to be able to see.
Little Munchkin (Year: 2011; Director: Ryan Andrews)
A materialistic and superficial couple acquire the ultimate accessory - an adopted child called Margaret. On her first night in her new home she is left in the care of a babysitter. Shocking events ensue.
Love Bug (Year: 2011; Director: Benjamin Kent)
Frank’s blind date is way out of his league. However when she contracts a mysterious virus, it looks like his luck may be in. That is, until she turns into a homicidal maniac.
Shifter (Year: 2011; Director: Ben Parker)
A young woman, trapped inside a dark building, tries to evade capture. She is the live bait in a game to entrap a person of 'special ability', by an enemy of similar skills. Screening with Kill List.
Showing with Kill List

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