Tickets for the FrightFest films will go on sale at noon on Monday 18 January at Titles will be available to view between 24 February and 7 March on the online platform Glasgow Film At Home This is Glasgow Film’s streaming site, launched last year to provide a curated offering of titles available to watch online. It is free to create an account and users can pre-order the GFF21 premieres they want to watch during the festival.


The films are geo-locked to the UK, and each movie is limited to 500 tickets. The FrightFest strand will be available on-demand between the 5th & 7th of March, so can be viewed at any time over those three days. Tickets will go on sale at noon on Monday 18 January, priced £9.99.



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