A Monster Rampages Through London In Stunning Poster For FrightFest 2024

It may seem hard to believe to those of you who have been attending since the very beginning, but FrightFest will be celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. The UK’s biggest and most prestigious horror film festival has now existed for almost a quarter of a century, as FrightFest started all the way back in 2000. And horror fans from around the world regularly make the pilgrimage to Leicester Square in London to enjoy five days of watching horror movies on the big screen. This year, FrightFest will be held at the Odeon Luxe Leicester Square, which is located a few seconds away from the Cineworld where the festival has been held for the last few years. Since the Odeon Luxe is large enough to accommodate hundreds of viewers, there really is no excuse not to attend. And Pigeon Shrine will once again serve as the festival’s main sponsor this year, as has been the case since 2023.

The poster for this year’s FrightFest was once again drawn by legendary horror artist Graham Humphreys, and it shows the green monster from most of his previous FrightFest posters rampaging through Leicester Square. And since the event will be held at the Odeon Lux this year, the building’s imposing art deco tower was also displayed prominently in the middle of the poster. At the same time, the magnificent poster also shows dozens of terrified onlookers cowering in fear as the monster looms overhead, making it one of the most memorable FrightFest posters to date. Looking at this incredible poster will certainly be enough leave horror fans filled with anticipation.

Although we do not yet know which films we be playing at the festival this year, we do not have to wait too long before finding out. The full list of films which will be screened at this year’s FrightFest will be confirmed on July 11, and the event will be held from August 22 to 26. Needless to say, you should immediately cancel any other plans you might have for those days. Because nothing is more important than coming down to Leicester Square and watching dozens of magnificent horror movies inside one of the UK’s finest cinemas.

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