Films for FrightFest The 13th 2012

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Post by Kris » Mon Jun 18, 2012 7:57 pm

I for one really can not wait
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Post by sherbetbizarre » Tue Jun 19, 2012 4:47 pm

Here's the V/H/S trailer for anyone who wishes to see it -

http://www.strangethingsarehappening.co ... r-vhs.html

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Post by brad1000 » Tue Jun 19, 2012 5:21 pm

ABC's of death will be awesome....the talent is to great for it not to
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Post by morralex » Tue Jun 19, 2012 8:24 pm

brad1000 wrote:ABC's of death will be awesome....the talent is to great for it not to
Agreed, I just can't wait to see what the Amer duo come up with.

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Post by MaxRenn » Tue Jun 19, 2012 9:31 pm

morralex wrote:
brad1000 wrote:ABC's of death will be awesome....the talent is to great for it not to
Agreed, I just can't wait to see what the Amer duo come up with.
It's a mouthwatering list of talent. However as has been pointed out to me, Fantastic Fest is in September, they may be angling to have it as a world premiere. Seeing as Drafthouse Films is the producer that might be quite likely.

I'm pretty sure it will be V/H/S, but the buzz on that is excellent so we win either way.
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Post by morralex » Thu Jun 21, 2012 10:47 am

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brad1000 wrote:ABC's of death will be awesome....the talent is to great for it not to
Agreed, I just can't wait to see what the Amer duo come up with.
It's a mouthwatering list of talent. However as has been pointed out to me, Fantastic Fest is in September, they may be angling to have it as a world premiere. Seeing as Drafthouse Films is the producer that might be quite likely.

I'm pretty sure it will be V/H/S, but the buzz on that is excellent so we win either way.
According to Drafthouse website ABCs is only 110 minutes long, making each segment about 4m15s

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Post by brad1000 » Thu Jun 21, 2012 7:40 pm

i have spoken directly with Simon Rumley of "RED WHITE AND BLUE" fame ,Drafthouse pictures who are co-producing the film and Magnolia who are releasing it, so im pretty clued up on this great project.
It has no Brit distributer as of yet.Its scheduled for an R-Rated release this fall in the states and yes indeed the segments are only very short.
Simon has seen the trailer and assures me its totally bats#it crazy and apart from his contribution i cant wait to see what Ben Wheatley and Marcel (Deadgirl) Sarmiento come up with.
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Post by bump3r1 » Mon Jun 25, 2012 8:47 am

I know a lot of people prob won't want to see wrong turn 5 bt it does star Roxanne McKee from F and she was at FF when that premiered so hopefully it will be shown and she will be a guest as I kinda fancy the pants off her :)
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Post by Wulfster » Mon Jun 25, 2012 12:12 pm

Well, I actually like the Wrong Turn franchise. Bit of a guilty pleasure, along with Resident Evil and Underworld ..
So I'll be happy to see Wrong Turn 5 :)

I'll also be happy to see Ms Mckee, who I greatly admire for her contributions to Game of Thrones :shock:

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Post by MaxRenn » Mon Jun 25, 2012 12:42 pm

bump3r1 wrote:I know a lot of people prob won't want to see wrong turn 5 bt it does star Roxanne McKee from F and she was at FF when that premiered so hopefully it will be shown and she will be a guest as I kinda fancy the pants off her :)
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Re: Films for FrightFest The 13th 2012

Post by rawshark » Mon Jun 25, 2012 1:23 pm

First time I've posted on here for a while (indeed the first time I've visited for a while), but it is LINE-UP ANNOUNCEMENT week so methinks the forum will pick up a lot this week and next.

Some good guesses going on here - and some of the titles people are talking about I can't unfortunately comment on - but there are still some films which haven't been mentioned at all on this thread that I know are going to be slotted it. :)

However, there's still a lot of secrecy going on this year, so I don't know that much at all really - so bring on the line-up on Friday!
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Post by zappa fan » Mon Jun 25, 2012 2:59 pm

such a tees Mr Rawshark
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Post by zappa fan » Mon Jun 25, 2012 4:06 pm

I see that day passes cost are on the Empire website

Thur (3 films) £27
Fri - Sun (6 Films per day) £54 per day
Monday (5 films) £45
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Re: Films for FrightFest The 13th 2012

Post by MaxRenn » Mon Jun 25, 2012 10:26 pm

The buzz coming out of The Edinburgh Film Festival for Grabbers is really strong, I certainly hope to see this one feature in the August line up. I believe a certain Mr. Jones was on the set of that film, so maybe...
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