Six New Horror Titles Announced for ‘FrightFest Presents’ Label


Following the successful launch of the worlds foremost horror label in October this year the second wave of titles to be released under the FRIGHTFEST PRESENTS banner are now officially confirmed.

From February 29th terror once again comes home with the release of six disturbingly good titles, all hand picked by the expert FrightFest team. This all-new selection showcases some of the very best genre films being made today by the most exciting filmmakers emerging onto the horror scene, and is guaranteed to deliver true shocks and scares straight into your home. The complete line-up includes:

Available from February 29th, 2016

The Lesson

Last Girl Standing

Available from March 7th, 2016

Landmine Goes Click


Available from March 14th, 2016

The Unfolding


Previous titles released through FrightFest Presents include the acclaimed festival favourites Aaaaaaaah!, The Sand, Night Of The Living Deb, Estranged, After Death and Some Kind of Hate.

“Our initial slate set out the stall of what FrightFest Presents is all about and got the brand off to a flying start thanks to its diversity and ability to deliver the shocking goods for genre lovers. Now we are building on that strong foundation with six more unmissable titles that once more shines a light on our market uniqueness and ambition to build a catalogue of first class chillers that is second to none”, said Alan Jones, co-director of FrightFest.

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