Two FrightFest London one-day events announced with Dario Argento and Neil Marshall
6th Apr 08
FrightFest have announced two great upcoming one-day special events over the next month featuring appearances from two of the biggest names in horror cinema - the legendary Dario Argento and UK's current horror wunderkid Neil Marshall.
Tickets are already on sale for the first event on Saturday April 19th, a special one-off screening of Argento's long-awaited Mother of Tears (the final part of the Suspiria / Inferno trilogy) which will be introduced by the director who will also return after the film for an audience Q&A.
Mother of Tears (3.30pm) will be supported on the day by two other Optimum releases - Welcome To The Jungle (midday) and Storm Warning (1.45pm) at the Coronet in Notting Hill. Tickets are £15.00 for all three films (no individual film tickets available) and can be purchased at the cinema, or by calling 020 7727 6705 between 1 and 6.30pm.
The second event on May 3 is a day devoted to Neil Marshall, culminating in an exclusive presentation of his new film Doomsday. Taking place at the Odeon West End, the day will kick off with a screening of Marshall's debut film Dog Soldiers at 11.40am, with The Descent starting at 1.50pm. Marshall will be on hand to make stage appearances and will introduce Doomsday at 3.45pm.
Tickets will cost £17.50 for the event (no individual film tickets available) and will be on sale from 18th April.
23rd Mar 04 Forget the Ed Gein movie Ė this is where its at. Deranged is darkly hilarious but also deeply disturbing account of the nefarious activities of the same person, but is executed with much more skill than the Ed Gein movie.