FrightFest went digital in October as it launched FrightFest Presents, a label designed to bring the best of FrightFest to your living room. On 19th October it digitally released The Sand, Aaaaaaaah!, After Death, Night of the Living Deb, Estranged and Some Kind of Hate. Now there are 6 brand new titles heading our way and they are as follows:
Last Girl Standing
Due to be released on 29th February 2016, Last Girl Standing is directed by Benjamin R. Moody and explores the difficulty of starting a new life after you’ve witnessed a horrific set of murders.
Five years ago, a masked killer brutally murdered a group of friends. Since then, Camryn (Akasha Villalobos), the lone survivor, has struggled to reclaim her shattered life. Wracked with guilt and paranoia, can Camryn ever have a normal life again or is she destined to be alone?
Due to be released on 29th February 2016 and directed by Ruth Platt, The Lesson raises questions of morality and promises to be a challenging watch.
A grisly study of the relationship between a tormented teacher and the troubled teens who bear his wrath once he snaps.
Due to be released on 7th March 2016 and directed by Jaron Henrie-McCrea (Pervertigo) Curtain has a storyline unlike any other; we challenge you not to be completely intrigued.
A burnt out nurse moves into a new apartment in search of a simpler life. But when her shower curtains begin to disappear through a mysterious portal she discovers there’s no such thing as simple in this world, or any other.
Landmine Goes Click
Due to be released on 7th March 2016 and directed by Levan Bakhia (247f), Landmine Goes Click is a shocking thriller in a similar vein to Buried and 127 Hours. You can read our 4-star review here.
Chris, Alicia and Daniel are three American tourists crossing a desolated landscape of European Georgia. One of them steps on an armed landmine and a psychopath takes advantage of tourist’s immobility.
Due to be released on 14th March 2016 and directed by Michael Thelin, Emelie is a slow-burner that promises to crawl under your skin. You can see what we thought of the film here.
After their regular babysitter can’t make it, the Thompson family turns to her friend Anna to supervise the children while they go out to celebrate their anniversary.
Due to be released on 14th March 2016 and marking the directorial debut of Eugene McGing, The Unfolding offers a brand new take on the haunted house genre.
A fearful world stands on the brink of nuclear catastrophe. A young researcher in psychical events, together with his girlfriend, travel to the legendary wilds of Dartmoor, England, to investigate a rambling, centuries old building – here they find themselves drawn into a murder mystery from the past, a mortal confrontation with pure evil, and a fight for their very survival.
There we have it. Be sure to grab this grisly bunch of very different, but equally as interesting horror films when they are digitally released next year.