Pigeon Shrine FrightFest is back for more horror goodness on Halloween, taking place on 27 and 28 October. Read the full line up…
Anthony Waller’s Lower Saxony-set modern fairytale confounds the psychological and the supernatural while disinterring an old legend
In Xavier Gens’ Thai-set hyperviolent revenger, an eternal outsider must fight to escape his criminal past and recover a normal family life.
Michael Hurst’s multimediated metamovie switches between different nighttime TV programmes all telling the same apocalyptic story.
Graham Hughes’ found-footage multiverse mystery sends documentarians on a quest to find a missing woman and a better world
Sarah Appleton and Jasper Sharp’s cross-cultural documentary traces the origins and influences of a Japanese horror genre.
There’s a reason why we chose Where The Devil Roams as our hosted movie at this year’s FrightFest. The movie is excellent and so are the talented family behind it. We speak to John Adams, Toby Poser and Zelda Adams about their moviemaking career, keeping things in the family and being able to decapitate your daughter’s first boyfriend (on camera of course).
“I’m glad we got the amount of blood we were able to get.” Erik Bloomquist on his new slasher Founders Day
We speak to Founders Day director and co-writer Erik Bloomquist.
Maximilian Erlenwein’s breathless thriller traps an experienced diver under water, with her estranged sister her only lifeline.
Filmmaking family the Adams will be attending FrightFest 2023 to give advice to aspiring filmmakers and show their latest horror, Where The Devil Roams. We found out more…
There’s plenty to look forward to at this year’s Pigeon Shrine FrightFest. Here are SciFiNow’s Top Picks from the horror festival…
In John Rosman’s genre-inf(l)ected chase movie, the future of humanity may depend on an ordinary woman turned fugitive.
Quarxx’s eschatological epic confronts its sinful characters with the Hell waiting just on the other side of the door.
Austin Jennings’ feature debut tells a contemporary tale – with retrospective stylings – of American tourists entrapped in local ritual
Alice Maio Mackay’s monstrous metamovie explores trans experience through alien parasitic invasion plotting.
In Junta Yamaguchi’s second looping SF feature, an inn’s staff and residents, frozen in a recurring two minutes, desperately seek a future.
Jenn Wexler’s Seventies-set school invasion horror lets Manson-esque cultists and abandoned pupils raise some hell together
In Paris Zarcilla’s modern gothic feature debut, a Filipino carer tries to make a home for herself and her daughter in her employers’ dysfunctional houses.
Check out the trailer for upcoming action horror, Herd, which will be having its world premier at this year’s FrightFest.
Feast your eyes on the gloriously gruesome delights of the 2023 Pigeon Shrine FrightFest line-up…