Glasgow Film Festival 2012

Even more fangtastic thrills from the Frightfest team, these scary movies are showing at intervals throughout the main festival.

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Livid and The Plague Of The Zombies
Dracula - Prince Of Darkness (Country: UK; Year: 1966; Director: Terence Fisher; Writer: John Sansom; Stars: Christopher Lee, Barbara Kelley, Andrew Keir)
Two English couples ignore the warnings of locals and visit Castle Dracula. The Count has been dead for a decade, but you can't keep a good vampire down, and they are very eagerly received.
Livid (Livide) (Country: France; Year: 2011; Director: Alexandre Bustillo, Julien Maury; Writer: Alexandre Bustillo, Julien Maury; Stars: Chloé Coulloud, Félix Moati, Jérémy Kapone, Catherine Jacob, Marie-Claude Pietragalla, Chloé Marcq, Béatrice Dalle)
A trainee carer's scheme to rob a comatose patient's house by night triggers supernatural horrors.
The Plague Of The Zombies (The Zombies) (Country: UK; Year: 1966; Director: John Gilling; Writer: Peter Bryan; Stars: André Morell, Diane Clare, Brook Williams, Jacqueline Pearce, John Carson)
A doctor investigates a series of mysterious deaths - and apparent reappearances - in a remote Cornish village.
The Reptile (Das Schwarze Reptil) (Country: UK; Year: 1966; Director: John Gilling; Writer: Anthony Hinds; Stars: Jennifer Daniel, Noel Willman, Ray Barrett, Jacqueline Pearce, Michael Ripper, John Laurie, Marne Maitland)
A young couple moving into a remote cottage find the villagers unwelcoming and learn that travellers on the moors are meeting with mysterious deaths.
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