FrightFest Week-End 1 and 2 March, 2019

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1 and 2 March, 2019

It’s full scream ahead as FrightFest returns to Glasgow Film Festival for a 14thfearful year! Currently at its most vibrant and popular, the horror fantasy genre is constantly garnering critical acclaim, topping charts and even winning Oscars: not simply through cheap scares or graphic gore but by pushing boundaries, reflecting relevant political and social issues, and asking tough questions of audiences.

Passes are priced £75 for all 11 films screening as part of FrightFest on Friday 1 March and Saturday 2 March. No further discounts apply.

Friday 1 March

13.15 Level 16
15.35 The Dead Centre
18.30 Here Comes Hell!
20.30 Black Circle
23.00 Dead Ant

Saturday 2 March

10.45 The Rusalka
13.00 Automata
15.30 Finale
18.15 The Witch: Part 1 – The Subversion
21.00 Freaks
23.25 The Hoard

Tickets for Lords of Chaos, screening as part of FrightFest on Thursday 28 February, and individual tickets for films screening at FrightFest on the 1 and 2 March, will go on sale to GFF Members at 12noon on Thursday 24 January and on general release at 10am on Monday 28 January.

All pass holders will receive a wristband to be worn over the 2-day event when they arrive for the event start time. Passes must be retained and produced if requested by a member of staff. Please note that bag searches may take place for FrightFest shows. Only alcohol bought at GFT may be taken into the cinema. Event is strictly 18+ so proof of age may be required upon request.

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