New Frighfest Presents label launched

Celebrated festival team curates horror downloads.

by Jennie Kermode

Estranged - one of the films the new label is launching with.
Estranged - one of the films the new label is launching with.

Over the past few years, Frightfest has acquired a reputation as one of the world's top horror festivals, and fans of the genre see it as an indication of quality when it comes to choosing what to watch. Now the team behind it have launched a new Frightfest Presents label with downloadable content that carries the Frightfest seal of approval.

"We are delighted to be bringing some of the most amazing genre films currently being made to viewers across the UK. With FrightFest Presents, everyone will be able to experience some FrightFest thrills from the comfort of their sofa," said Paul McEvoy, who, along with AlanJones, has been responsible for selecting the films.

The label is launching with six titles:-

Each of these films was a hit with fans at this year's festival and each includes a special introduction. Find out more on the official website.

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