Frighten Brighton Cinematheque returns for a new season of cult movie double bills, all day festivals and special one-off events in conjunction with the Caroline of Brunswick pub, Space Monsters magazine and We Belong Dead magazine! Join us on Saturday 28th June from 4:30pm upstairs in the Caroline of Brunswick‘s Scary Screening Room for some fun classic horror and vintage sci-fi movies!
Entry is FREE OF CHARGE so join your hosts Cyberschizoid and Georgy Edgson for an afternoon and evening of groovy horror and sci-fi fun. There will also be a concession stand selling copies of Space Monsters magazine and other film related memorabilia.
* FREE ADMISSION!
* Films to be confirmed….
* Saturday 28th June
* Doors open 4:30pm
* Venue – Caroline of Brunswick, 39 Ditchling Road, Brighton, BN1 4SB
* Cult movie magazines and memorabilia on sale!
* Sponsored by Space Monsters magazine.
Get ready for a night to remember when Space Monsters, Frighten Brighton and We Belong Dead team up for ATTACK OF THE B-MOVIES! A free evening of trashy sci-fi, monster movies and classic horror films taking place at the Caroline of Brunswick pub (former home of the Brighton Shocks horror movie festival) on Saturday 1st March 2014!
Starting at 5pm, we will be screening the fifties B-movie inspired Attack of the Moon Zombies(2011), The Giant Claw (1957) in which a giant alien turkey goes on the rampage, The Beta Cloud (1976) where the crew of a moon base battle against a seemingly unstoppable monster and sci-fi shocker Horror Express (1972) starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee!
There will also be horror movie trailers, a monster movie quiz hosted by We Belong Dead editor Eric McNaughton as well as a concession stand selling monster magazines, books, posters, DVDs and more!
Why not beam over to Facebook for some more information – Attack of the B-Movies!
Happy Hour is from 4pm – 8pm (cheap drinks!) and food is served until 9pm – drop in any time after 5pm and don’t forget….admission is FREE OF CHARGE! Be there…and be scared!
A brand new monster magazine has just landed in Brighton! SPACE MONSTERS MAGAZINE is aimed at fans of classic sci-fi, horror and fantasy movies and television – with an emphasis on scary monsters, B-movies and sexy space babes! SPACE MONSTERS brings you the very beast in features, exclusive artwork, interviews and retro reviews that no horror or sci-fi fan will want to miss!
SPACE MONSTERS MAGAZINE is now available from Marvans News at 84 Beaconfield Road, Brighton, BN1 6DD so why not pop in today and buy a copy of the monster movie magazine everybody’s talking about!
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In the New Mexico desert, Police Sgt. Ben Peterson and his partner find a child wandering in the desert who is absolutely petrified by some mysterious unseen horror… it soon comes to light that gigantic radioactive ants are on the loose and attacking mankind!
Them! (1954) is one of the earliest “atomic monster” movies and can truly be classed as one of the most loved and respected films in both the science-fiction and classic horror genres. A real fan favourite Them! was nominated for an Oscar for its ground-breaking special effects and is being shown as part of the Frighten Brighton Classic Horror Film Festival this Saturday!
BUY YOUR TICKETS BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE!
So join our sponsors Hemlock Books
and Shock Horror Magazine
and scream queen Emily Booth
on Saturday 11th August for FRIGHTEN BRIGHTON 2012
!!! Don’t delay, book today….all-day passes are now almost SOLD OUT!!!
BUY YOUR TICKETS BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE!
Only one week to go until the Frighten Brighton classic horror film festival hits town and tickets are selling like hot cakes!
You don’t want to miss out on the thrills of Mad Love, the horror of the Cat People, the giant monsters of Them!, the Plague of the Zombies and the absolute terror of Phantasm – all on one exciting program for only £15!
The Komedia Brighton is hosting a whole day of horror with Cyberschizoid and Scare Sarah of the Classic Horror Campaign and special guest star Emily Booth – star of numerous fright flicks as well as the premiere Horror Host on TV’s Horror Channel!
Horror movie merchandise specialists Hemlock Books and top UK publication Shock Horror Magazine are also along for the ride so don’t be disappointed! Creep along to the Komedia Crypt (or online box office as it’s otherwise known!) and grab your all-day passes now!
BE THERE….AND BE SCARED!
Frighten Brighton are excited to announce that we have now joined forces with Shock Horror Magazine alongside Hemlock Books to scare the hell out of Brighton on Saturday 11th August 2012!
Shock Horror Magazine has been bringing fright film news, interviews and features to horror fans since 2010 and is supplying us with some ghoulish goodies to give out to Frighten Brighton attendees throughout the day.
Hemlock Books are publishers who specialise in horror, sci-fi and fantasy film books as well as being the UK’s leading retailer in horror movie magazines and fanzines. Look out for their macabre merchandise stall at the Frighten Brighton festival featuring some exclusive one-day-only special offers!
FRIGHTEN BRIGHTON CLASSIC HORROR FILM FESTIVAL
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Celebrating classic horror films through the decades from the 1930’s to the late 1970’s the Frighten Brighton Classic Horror Film Festival hits the ground (or should that be beach?) running in the south coast city of Brighton on Saturday 11th August! From 12 noon until almost midnight join your Horror Hosts Cyberschizoid and Scare Sarah along with their very special guest UK Scream Queen Emily Booth at The Komedia, Brighton’s leading live entertainment venue.
An all day pass will only cost you £15 and gets you entry to all five films and access to the fangtastic Hemlock Books merchandise stall selling the beast in horror film books, magazines and dvds!
And that’s not all – there will also be free horror giveaways courtesy of Diabolique magazine throughout the day!
So if you couldn’t get tickets for the Olympics or want to escape the overcrowded capital city for a few days, come and spend the weekend in sunny Brighton and wallow in nostalgia as we present the films you wish the BBC would show on our television screens on Saturday nights!
But hurry! The tickets are selling out fast so grab yours now before it’s too late! You can buy them online from the Komedia website or from the Komedia box-office in Brighton’s world famous cultural district, the North Laines.
* MAD LOVE (1935)
* CAT PEOPLE (1942)
* THEM! (1954)
* PLAGUE OF THE ZOMBIES (1966)
* PHANTASM (1979)