Fright Fest at Glasgow Film Festival 2018

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FrightFest

1 – 3 March, 2018

Thursday 1 March

Ghost Stories

Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson join us for a special screening of the film adaptation of their smash hit stage show.

The Lodgers

Brian O’Malley’s supernatural romance receives its Scottish premiere.

Friday 2 March

The Wanderers: Quest of the Demon Hunter

An inspired modern twist on Transylvanian mythology from Dragos Buliga.

Attack of the Bat Monsters

The World Premiere of writer/director Kelly Greene’s pastiche gem.

The Ravenous

A surreal and wickedly humorous addition to the Living Dead canon.

Cold Skin

Xavier Gens’ stunning adaptation of Albert Sánchez Piñol’s acclaimed novel.

Primal Rage

The European premiere of a creature feature that blows the lid off traditional Bigfoot mythology.

Saturday 3 March

The Devil and the Blacksmith</h4

The UK premiere of Paul Urkijo’s visually breathtaking fantasy.

Pyewacket

A beautifully paced, dread-filled study of occult belief by writer/director Adam MacDonald (European Premiere)

Friendly Beast

Gabriela Amaral Almeida’s intense shocker, which explores the latent evil within us all, receives its UK premiere at FrightFest 2018.

Secret Santa

The UK Premiere of Adam Marcus’ savvy seasonal shocker – a fiendishly tense slay-ride!

Tigers Are Not Afraid

A cautionary fable than announces director Issa López as a rising star of Mexico’s New Wave cinema.

Sixty Minutes to Midnight

Actor Arnold Sydney Junior and producer Frank Leraci will be in Glasgow to introduce this violent, action-packed thriller.

FrightFest Passes are £75 and available from 12 noon on Monday 15 January.  Passes cover all films on Friday 2 and Saturday 3 March only.

GFT, 12 Rose Street, G3 6RB

SEE FURTHER DETAILS AND TICKETS

Tom Hubbard, Ten Slavonic Dances, Scottish Writers' Centre
Dolores, 12 – 14 January, 2018 GFT

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