Great poster and guest list for FrightFest's D-Day on May 3rd
26th Apr 08
The news just gets better and better for FrightFest's upcoming D-Day - a day devoted to Neil Marshall with theatrical screenings of all of Marshall's 3 'D' films, Dog Soldiers, The Descent and a preview of his latest epic, Doomsday
As well as confirming a huge line-up of cast and crew from all three films, FrightFest have also commissioned a hand-drawn poster and T-shirt for the event (with artwork by renowned film poster artist Graham Humphreys - Evil Dead, Nightmare on Elm Street), which takes place at the Odeon West End London on May 3rd.
Names confirmed for the event so far are:-
Neil Marshall, Sean Pertwee, Kevin McKidd, Darren Morfitt, Chris Robson, Les Simpson from Dog Soldiers. Shauna MacDonald, Alex Reid, MyAnna Burning, Nora Jane Noone, Saskia Mulder, Natalie Mendosa from The Descent and Alexander Siddig, Craig Conway, Adrian Lester from Doomsday. There will be signing opportunities after the screenings.
The specially commissioned poster will only be available to pick up on the day in a limited edition run of just 50 copies which will be signed and numbered by both the artist and Neil Marshall.
There will also be a limited run of 30 t-shirts with the poster printed on the back. If you order a t-shirt before noon on Monday 28th you can even have it done in your size and in a choice of colours. The poster will be in the region of £40/50. The the t-shirt wil cost £25.
You can reserve a poster or t-shirt by emailing the FrightFest team on firstname.lastname@example.org. Put D-Day in the subject line and provide your name and a contact telephone number. (State if you want to reserve a poster or a t-shirt. If you are reserving a t-shirt let them know your your size and choice of colours - Military Green or khaki).
So, what are you waiting for, click on the link at the bottom of this page for details on how to get tickets for this ultra-special event...
18th Apr 05 This scene is fantastic and it made what was already a cool-as-fuck film even cooler. Charlie sees the giant spawn (huge, slimy toothsome puppet-beast) and he works out that the spawns’ primary sense is based on what they hear.