A big thank you

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anaana
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A big thank you

Post by anaana » Mon Aug 28, 2017 10:56 pm

Again to Ian, Paul, Alan and Greg and to all the FF family. It is a wonderful feeling to come back year after year to find the same dedication and enthusiasm.

And a wonderful FF17 program, much stronger than the last two editions. And back @ Leicester!! What else could one hope for.

Thanks again

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Re: A big thank you

Post by Alex J » Tue Aug 29, 2017 12:11 am

Certainly echo those thanks - a huge amount of unseen work goes on both by Alan, Paul, Ian and Greg and by their helpers, the cinema staff are vital and of course it wouldn't be the same without the guests and the audience, so a massive thank you to all involved in any shape or form!
No tears, please. It's a waste of good suffering.

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Re: A big thank you

Post by kickasschewgum » Tue Aug 29, 2017 1:12 am

I'd like to echo the HUGE thanks to Paul, Alan, Ian and Greg and the huge support team and cinema staff that delivered quite possibly the best line-up ever at FrightFest this year in literally the best setting possible and in such a faultless manner. This year, maybe thanks to being back at The Empire (I refuse to call it the Cineworld, I'm afraid), I felt that the true FrightFest magic, that had been slightly missing from the atmosphere in the last few years, was back in abundance. Well done guys! Can't wait for October!!

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Re: A big thank you

Post by scarebear » Tue Aug 29, 2017 10:30 am

Couldnt agree more. It was a fun 5 days.

I posted this on twitter but ill say it again here. Frightfest is the ONLY festival anywhere were everyone gets on together like one big happy family. And not only that, its the ONLY festival i know of where the moviemakers are happy to mingle and have a chat with us moviegoers. It happened to me on quite a few occassions.

From the Quiz night on Wednesday, right down to Tragedy Girls last night, everything was a hoot and this cannot be done with the expert organisation of Greg, Paul, Ian and Alan, and all the Cineworld staff and volunteers who worked their socks off to look after us. You are our family!

Already looking forward to next year where i will be buying a full festival pass (my one error that i didnt do this year, due to work). And i think i might even give Glasgow a go early in 2018.

Thanks Guys.

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