SINISTER To Receive Its European Premiere at FILM4 FRIGHTFEST Ahead of 5 October Release

UK independent distributor, Momentum Pictures, an Alliance Films company, will unveil three new horror titles at Film4’s Frightfest, this August at London’s Empire Leicester Square cinema.

SINISTER, the next chapter in terror from the people behind INSIDIOUS, PARANORMAL ACTIVITY and THE EXORCISM OF EMILY ROSE, will receive its European premiere on Sunday 26 August.

Struggling true crime novelist, Ellison (Ethan Hawke), becomes too close to his latest gruesome story when he discovers a box of mysterious and brutal home movies in his attic.

Directed by Scott Derrickson, who co-wrote the screenplay with C Robert Cargill, SINISTER will be released in the UK and Ireland on 5 October.

In WE ARE THE NIGHT, 20 year old Lena (Karoline Herfurth) gets by as a petty thief on the streets of Berlin until she meets a gang of female vampires who live by their own rules and leave a merciless trail of blood in their wake.

V/H/S, one of the most controversial films unveiled at this year’s Sundance Film Festival will also be playing at Film4 Frightfest.

When a group of misfits are tasked with stealing a collection of rare and deadly VHS tapes, they let loose an anthology of shocking cinema from the new wave of horror directors including Ti West, David Bruckner, Glenn McQuaid, Adam Wingard, Joe Swanberg and the collaborative Radio Silence.


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