To Fire You Come At Last

To Fire You Come At Last (2023)

To Fire You Come At Last had its European première on Sat 26th Aug at FrightFest In 17th-century England, a body must be carried along the lichway across the moor to a church yard for burial. Still grieving the death of his 21-year-old son Aldis (Stephen Smith), Squire Marlow (Mark Carlisle) has hired four men…

Little Deaths

Little Deaths (2011)

Little Deaths first published by CineTalk In the wake of the Credit Crunch when cash is in relatively short supply, if you are an independent genre filmmaker who hopes to advertise your wares to the market in the hope of attracting investment for your future full-length projects, one of the best approaches is to contribute…

The Ghost Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore (2016)

First published by TheHorrorShow As a train careers through the dark, Jeremy (Jonathan Rigby), Laura (Claire Louise Amias), Miranda (Jamie Birkett) and Freddie (James Swanton) all find themselves guests at a mysterious costume party on board. While their chosen callings (respectively a financier, a politician, a gossip journalist and a paedophile rocker) mark them as…

Kidnapped

FrightFest 2011 – Discovery Programme

First published by Little White Lies The Film4 FrightFest 2011 Discovery Programme Featuring: The Man Who Saw Frankenstein Cry, A Horrible Way To Die, Midnight Son, Rabies, Blood Runs Cold, Kidnapped (Secuestrados), Stormhouse, The Dead (live commentary), Atrocious, My Sucky Teen Romance, The Caller, The Devil’s Business While the Main Programme of FrightFest unspools in Empire 1, there is another place where the more committed fans…