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AFRAID OF EVERYTHING: HAS HORROR GONE TOO FAR?

(MIFF 2011, Talking Pictures Express)

Join festival guest Ti West (director, The Innkeepers, The House of the Devil), Rachel Cotra (Director, Hello Darkness Film Festival), Emma Westwood (author of Monster Movies), Lee Gambin (Fangoria), Neil Foley (Monster Pictures), and moderator Guy Davis as they talk about the limits of horror, and where the extremes really lie in horror films when it comes to menacing an audience.

Monday 25 July
5.30pm - 6.15pm

Stella Artois Festival Lounge, Forum Theatre

FREE EVENT

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