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Joe Begos’ Latest Horror Flick VFW Unvelis Poster and Trailer Ahead of UK Premiere Celebration at FrightFest Glasgow 2020

17 January 2020

Following the full line up news yesterday full line up news yesterdayThe Fan Carpet are excited to bring you the Poster for Joe Begos’ VFW, ahead of its Premiere at FrightFest Glasgow 2020!

The Movie Partnership & FANGORIA are excited to announce that their latest action-horror, VFW, will be celebrating its UK Premiere at FrightFest Glasgow 2020 on Saturday 7th March at the Glasgow Film Theatre ahead of its Digital Download release on 9th March. 

Acclaimed Horror director Joe Begos (Almost Human, Bliss) & producers Amanda Presmyk (Dragged Across Concrete) & Dallas Sonnier (Bone Tomahawk) bring together this "insanely fun cast" (Bloody Disgusting) in "a gory and fun throwback to '80s punk rock action movies" (Flickering Myth). VFW assembles cult film royalty featuring performances from Martin Kove (Karate Kid), Stephen Lang (Avatar), Fred Williamson (From Dusk Till Dawn) & William Sadler (Die Hard 2). 

The film is set in the near future where the city has been reduced to a dystopian wasteland due to the scourge of "Hype," a powerful narcotic that induces a simultaneous euphoric and aggressive state in its users. Kingpin Boz (Travis Hammer) impulsively asks a hyper to commit suicide for his own amusement; later, the girl's teenage sister, Lizard (Sierra McCormick), slips into Boz's lair and steals his Hype supply in revenge.

Lizard flees across the street to a decaying VFW hall, where she encounters Vietnam veteran Fred Parras (Stephen Lang) and a contingent of ageing soldiers who spend their days reminiscing about their lost youth, growing irrelevancy, and impending deaths. Presented with a final battle and opportunity to go down fighting rather than pass away ignominiously from old age, Fred and his men decide to protect Lizard and wage a final war against Boz, his henchmen, and the hypers.

VFW premiere tickets will be on sale from 12pm Monday 3rd February, via the festival website! However, don't forget FrightFest also has weekend passes which will be on sale from Monday 20th January grab them quick to make sure you don't miss out on any of the gore. 
VFW will be celebrating its UK premiere 9pm on Saturday 7th March at the Glasgow Film Theatre & will be available on Digital Download from 9th March.
FrightFest Weekend Passes are £75 and available from noon on Mon 20 January, 2020. Passes will be exchanged for admission wristbands, which must be worn at all times to access all FrightFest films on Fri 6 March and Sat 7 March ONLY.

Individual tickets for the Fri/Sat films are on sale Mon 3 February, from noon. Price: £11.50. £9.30 concessions

How to Buy Tickets
Online and Telephone: 0141 332 6535 (£1.50 fee per transaction, voice-mail available during peak business periods.
In person: Glasgow Film Theatre, 12 Rose Street, Glasgow G3 6RB during normal box office hours – Friday & Sunday to Thursday from 12:00 to 15 Minutes after the last performance starts. Saturday from 11am to 15 minutes after the last performance starts.
Booking opens Monday 3 February at 12:00
Online booking closes 15 minutes before the advertised start time.
All performances will start at the advertised start time. Late ticket-holders will not be admitted.

FrightFest Weekend Passes are £75 and available from noon on Mon 20 January, 2020.
FrightFest was originally conceived by Paul McEvoy, Ian Rattray and Alan Jones and staged its first event in 2000 at the Prince Charles cinema, off London’s Leicester Square. Its August Bank Holiday weekend date has remained a fixture ever since. Greg Day, their long-serving PR man, joined the company as a co-director in 2006.

The objective of FrightFest was to provide the UK with a horror fantasy festival of similar stature to the market leaders in Europe, Sitges (Spain) and Brussels (Belgium). FrightFest has since evolved into a community where audiences and guests alike travel from all over the world to be part of the event’s unique atmosphere.

Due to rapidly increasing audiences and its burgeoning reputation as a must-attend event, FrightFest moved home to Screen One of the Odeon West End, Leicester Square in 2005 and staged the LAND OF THE DEAD premiere, with legendary icon George Romero in attendance. 2006 found FrightFest having to move again to the larger Screen Two auditorium in the Odeon West End and extending its length from four to five days. This was a banner year with the second only screening of PAN’S LABYRINTH after its Cannes Film Festival debut. Director Guillermo del Toro attending for the second time that year called FrightFest “The Woodstock of Gore” and the audience sang Happy Birthday to 'Starsky & Hutch' icon David Soul.

2009 marked Film4 FrightFest’s biggest leap in their 10th anniversary year. Moving just a couple of hundred yard across Leicester Square, the festival upgraded to the UK’s largest traditional cinema screen at the Empire Cinema. This heralded the most ambitious line-up of new genre movies ever presented in the heart of London’s glittering West End. A second and third screens soon followed with the addition of the popular Discovery and ReDiscovery strands.

After five exciting years at the Empire Cinema where additional films and extra screenings were added to the line-up, FrightFest was on the move again, this time 100 yards along Leicester Square to the VUE, West End, a state of the art multiplex. There FrightFest settled into five of the cinema's nine screens.  Taking advantage of the additional space FrightFest expanded again increasing the number of films featured to 74 over the event's action packed five days.

In 2017 after a year in Shepherd’s Bush West London, the festival is back in the heart of London on Leicester Square.

Outside of the main August event FrightFest also stages a Halloween extravaganza and hosts a regular two-day  terror-thon at the Glasgow Film Festival every February. FrightFest also organises special events, which have included Dario Argento at the Coronet, Notting Hill Gate, DRAG ME TO HELL with Sam Raimi, HOSTEL Day, DEAD Day, An Evening with Jessica Alba, Clive Barker in Discussion, COLD IN JULY with director Jim Mickle and co-presenting the Italian rock band Goblin in concert. FrightFest has also launched Jake West's two VIDEO NASTIES documentaries and hosted the world premieres of Neil Marshall's THE DESCENT and Chris Smith’s BLACK DEATH starring Eddie Redmayne. 

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