Terror Troop 218: London Frightfest 2015 With Malky

Continuing our annual tradition, our Scottish Trooper, Malky Hughes shares his observations after attending Frightfest in London! Malky took in 24 films during Frightfest weekend this year, and tells you which ones are worth watching, and which ones are not!

Here is the list of films Malky watched this year:
Cherry Tree, Turbo Kid, Stung, Landmine Goes Click, The Diabolical, Worry Dolls, AAAAAAAH!, Final Girl, Jeruzalem, Bait, Frankenstein, The Hallow, Deathgasm, Night Of The Living Deb, Inner Demon, Road Games, Most Likely To Die, Scherzo Diabolico, They Look Like People, Banjo, Howl, Bite, Curtain and Tales Of Halloween!

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Terror Troop Special: London Frightfest 2014 with Malky

Our Scottish Trooper brings us his annual report on the awesome London Frightfest, and this year, it’s a Terror Troop Special! Malky watched 24 films in 5 days and gives us his thoughts on all 24 of them! Many of them haven’t seen wide release, so enjoy Malky’s take on them and keep your eyes open for them!

Links to the films discussed:

The Guest

Sin City: A Dame To Kill For

Zombeavers

Shockwave Darkside 3D

Preservation

R100

Dead Snow 2: Red vs Dead

Housebound

Wolfcop

All Cheerleaders Die

The Harvest

Show Pieces

I Survived A Zombie Holocaust

Digging Up The Marrow

The Babadook

Among The Living

Home (At The Devil’s Door)

Der Samurai

Stage Fright

Altergeist

Alleluia

Extraterrestrial

The Remaining

The Signal

Terror Troop 074: Meta Horror

Movies that are self-aware, where the lines get blurred. Otherwise known as Meta. That is what we’re looking at this week! We start it off with a blast from the past, a little movie called Fade To Black from 1980. This one isn’t as much self-aware as it is other movies finding their way into the story. See what the Troopers make of this offbeat film. At the break, Boss Butcher gets the skinny on this year’s London Frightfest from our inside man, Malky Hughes from Scotland. Hear about the 26 (!) movies Malky took in over the 5 day festival, as well as some of the hand outs and exciting guests that appeared! Then the show continues with the wonderful Wes Craven’s New Nightmare!! Dan of the Dead came up with this show, and we had alot of fun with it!

Show Lineup: Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Wildman Willis, The Emily and Dan of the Dead. Special Report from Malky Hughes!

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Link to the Films shown at the London Frightfest

Movie Links:

Fade To Black

Wes Craven’s New Nightmare