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Arrow Video Frightfest returned to its home at the Cineworld Leicester Square this year with a line-up of films which delivered thrills and chills from all around the world. This was followed in September by an online event, letting fans enjoy the thrills of the festival even if their areas were under lockdown.
The Halloween edition of the festival runs on 29 and 30 October.
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After receiving a mysterious letter, a woman travels to a desolate island town and soon becomes trapped in a nightmare.
During the bright Nordic summer, a group of children reveal their dark and mysterious powers when the adults aren't looking.
A dinner party in a country house sees four friends come together for a birthday celebration, but as the night progresses secrets emerge and unsettling events begin to unfold around them.
What starts out as girls weekend away in the Mojave desert becomes a tale of horror, death and alien invasion.
An ex-dancer who now needs a wheelchair is given an old wooden antique advent calendar before Christmas. She realises each window contains a surprise that triggers repercussions in real life: some of them good, but most of them bad - so she will have to choose between getting rid of the calendar or walking again - even if it causes death around her
A medical student suffering from sleep paralysis finds herself plagued by a demonic entity, after moving in with her boyfriend.
A family’s outing descends into terror when teacher Alan Hoaganraad, his wife Jill and stepsons Maika and Jordon explore an isolated coastline. An unexpected meeting with a pair of drifters, the enigmatic psychopath Mandrake and his accomplice Tubs, thrusts the family into a nightmare when they find themselves captured.
Gato's safe, isolated world is throw into chaos when his teenage daughter gets a mobile phone and makes herself visible to the world.
A ride share driver's life is turned upside down after an unexpected series of misfortunes.
A teenager, who is working as a domestic maid and being haunted by the previous maid's spirit, strives to discover the secret behind her death.
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