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!
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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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As part of the FRIGHTEN BRIGHTON CLASSIC HORROR FILM FESTIVAL we will be screening fifties giant monster movie THEM! (1954) the terrifying story of huge monstrous ants attacking the city of Los Angeles! Starring James Whitmore, Joan Weldon and James Arness, Them! was nominated for an Oscar for its ground-breaking special-effects and is widely regarded amongst film connoisseurs as a true science-fiction horror classic.
The film starts off as a simple suspense story, with police investigating mysterious disappearances and unexplainable deaths and builds to a climactic battle between man and giant insect in the claustrophobic confines of the Los Angeles storm drain system. So come and join in the monster fun on Saturday 11th August at the Brighton Komedia and be a part of the British Cannes of horror – Frighten Brighton! All day passes for all five classic horror movies showing at this, the UK’s newest and most exciting horror film festival, can be bought in advance for only £ 15 from the Komedia website. But hurry, tickets are already selling fast! Be there….and be scared!