Those of you in the UK get ready for this year’s FilmFour Frightfest will be hosting the world premiere of Paul Davis’ Beware the Moon: Remembering An American Werewolf in London, the new doc that will be including in the forthcoming Blu-ray release from Universal Home Entertainment. UK’s premier horror film festival, takes place in the heart of London’s West End at the Empire, Leicester Square between August 27th and August 31st, featuring a whole host of brand new horror movies from around the world.
BEWARE THE MOON will get it’s much anticipated world premier on the epic main screen at The Empire on Friday August 28th (a 2min walk from the movie’s epic sequence in Piccadilly Circus) as part of a double bill with a brand new digitally restored HD transfer of AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON. Joining us in attendance will be a whole host of cast and crew members from the movie, with John Landis and Jenny Agutter already confirmed among many others who worked on the film nearly 30-years ago.
Tickets for the festival go on sale on SATURDAY JULY 4th from NOON. Single tickets for individual movies go on sale AUGUST 1st.
Please visit and check regularly http://www.frightfest.co.uk for full details on how you can be at the premier.
Additional details details can also be found on the official Beware The Moon Facebook group
Also, stay tuned for the announcement of the brand new 2-disc DVD and Blu-Ray release of AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON with Beware The Moon attached, as well as a double bill screening of both movies in Los Angeles.
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