How I wish I could watch them because this weekend is my birthday!

totalfilm:

10 Films You Have To See At FrightFest 2011
The UK’s ultimate horror happening takes over Leicester Square’s Empire Cinema from 25-29 August. Here are the flicks that should be topping your (kill) list…1. Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark: Thursday 25 August, 6.30pmMexico’s hobbit of horror Guillermo del Toro has spent his entire career practising the black arts. After producing shiversome Spanish classics such as The Orphanage, he’s backing Troy Nixey’s debut, a remake of a 1973 TV movie that traumatised an entire generation.Young Bailee Madison is sent to live with dad Guy Pearce and stepmum Katie Holmes in their creepy mansion. In the basement she discovers all kinds of Pan’s Labyrinth-alike creatures bent on persuading her – and FrightFesters – to completely disregard that title.

How I wish I could watch them because this weekend is my birthday!

totalfilm:

10 Films You Have To See At FrightFest 2011

The UK’s ultimate horror happening takes over Leicester Square’s Empire Cinema from 25-29 August. Here are the flicks that should be topping your (kill) list…

1. Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark: Thursday 25 August, 6.30pm

Mexico’s hobbit of horror Guillermo del Toro has spent his entire career practising the black arts. After producing shiversome Spanish classics such as The Orphanage, he’s backing Troy Nixey’s debut, a remake of a 1973 TV movie that traumatised an entire generation.

Young Bailee Madison is sent to live with dad Guy Pearce and stepmum Katie Holmes in their creepy mansion. In the basement she discovers all kinds of Pan’s Labyrinth-alike creatures bent on persuading her – and FrightFesters – to completely disregard that title.