Welcome to a special Horror Channel FrightFest Glasgow 2018 edition of the FrightFest Magazine. Wrap up well for what looks like a chilly Glasgow trip weather-wise, but once in Scotland, a warm welcome awaits you in the body of the horror Kirk.
Waiting for you is a feast of savage shocks, unsettling surprises and devilish delights as the UK’s favourite horror fantasy event returns to the Glasgow Film Festival for its 13th year.
With our bold choices, the quality of our programme and the special relationship developed with our distinguished guests, FrightFest is once again positioned to deliver silver screen shocks and surprises at our beloved second home in Glasgow.
Horror has just had its biggest and most successful year, and if you’ve ever attended one of our events before, you’ll know exactly why. FrightFest will always create a communal space where the pure enjoyment of horror and fantasy is paramount and a vital shared experience.
Welcome to our Pleasure Dome, FrightFest style.
WELCOME TO GLASGOW - It’s that time of year again and Glasgow Film Festival is ready with open arms to welcome back our amazing friends and colleagues from Horror Channel FrightFest
GHOST STORIES - FrightFest took some time to talk to the writer/director team of Andy Nyman & Jeremy Dyson to discuss their special relationship and the film’s journey from stage to screen…
HORROR CHANNEL - We all know that Horror Channel is our number one destination for the finest in fear-filled cinema. James Whittington fills us in on what's coming our way soon.
ATTACK OF THE BAT MONSTERS - Writer/director Kelly Greene reflects on the film’s long journey, reveals his Christmas movie plans and his inter-dimensional monster creations bent on re-claiming the Earth…
ASH LOYDON - FrightFest Glasgow regular and illustrator Ash Loydon talks to FrightFest about his passion for drawing and how he made the Soska sisters cry.
SECRET SANTA - has it's UK premiere at Horror Channel FrightFest Glasgow and director Adam Marcus tells us about his obsession with Christmas Eve, being inspired by Orson Wells and more.
TIGERS ARE NOT AFRAID - The Mexican Sesame Street, Telenovelas, Rom-Coms and now TIGERS ARE NOT AFRAID, director Issa Lopez tells us about her journey to this widely admired film.
PYEWACKET - Forget teen-friendly jump scares and Ouija board pranks - this is the real deal. Adam MacDonald second feature film is a flat-out frightening supernatural chiller.
COLD SKIN - Director Xavier Gens reflects on COLD SKIN's emotional journey to the big screen, the odd bachelor party and in the real world what scares him the most...