FrightFest have announced their full line-up of short films for this 2014's horror festival, and it’s a bumper crop. Paul McEvoy, Co-director of FrightFest said: “This year’s crop of Film4 FrightFest short films is the biggest and best line-up we have ever had. We are thrilled to be showcasing an outstanding programme of worldwide talent both in front of and behind the camera ...
In 2005, a relatively unknown horror film entitled The Descent hit U.S. shores. Of course that low key vibe that came with it might have been what made it so good, but never the less, The Descent was one of the horror films since 28 Days Later. It had an incredibly claustrophobic feel while maintaining a certain amount of shock factor that had (and still is) lacking in modern horror films. Enter 2009 ...
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