Massive 2011 Film4 FrightFest Photo Gallery; More Reviews Added – The Glass Man, Kidnapped, Vile, and Panic Button

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As promised in our Event Report from this year’s amazing as always Film4 FrightFest film fest in the UK, we’re back with a full gallery of photos from the event taken by our man on the scene, Gareth aka Pestilence, along with a quartet of new reviews.

Massive 2011 Film4 FrightFest Photo Gallery; More Reviews Added - The Glass Man, Kidnapped, Vile, and Panic Button

As you’re no doubt aware from our past several years of covering the event, FrightFest is nothing if not eclectic, as evidenced by the films that are the subject of these four reviews from Gareth:

The Glass Man
Starring Andy Nyman, James Cosmo, Neve Campbell, Brett Allen
Directed by Cristian Solimeno
Martin Pyrite has lost his job. But instead of telling his wife, he continues his work routine and gets into enormous monetary difficulties. Then late one night a sinister debt collector bangs on his door with an offer – if Martin helps him carry out an important task, he’ll wipe the financial slate clean. In accepting, Martin goes on a journey through his own private hell where he’s forced to confront his worst dreads in a mesmerizing vortex of soul-destroying madness.

Starring Fernando Cayo, Ana Wagener, Manuela Vellés
Directed by Miguel Ángel Vivas
Jaime (Fernando Cayo) and Marta (Ana Wagener) are a middle-aged couple with a teenage daughter named Isa (Manuela Velles). The family is in the process of moving into a big new house. Marta wants to gather the family for dinner at home to celebrate. Isa has her own plans; she wants to go out with her boyfriend. Jaime is stuck in the middle of it all. Everyone’s evening is ruined when a gang of masked hoodlums pay a visit to the home.

Starring Eric Jay Beck, April Matson, Akeem Smith, Greg Cipes
Directed by Taylor Sheridan
Eight strangers wake up in a house. There is no way out. The only way they can survive is to generate a drug that the human body only creates when it senses pain. A lot of pain.

Panic Button
Starring Scarlett Alice Johnson, Jack Gordon, Michael Jibson, Elen Rhys
Directed by Chris Crow
Four young people win a trip of a lifetime to New York, courtesy of their favourite social-networking website – All2gethr.com. As they board the private jet, they are asked to relinquish their mobile phones and take part in the in-flight entertainment – a new online gaming experience. But this is no ordinary game. Trapped at 30,000 feet, they are forced to play for their lives and the lives of their loved ones by their invisible captor, who seems to all know their most intimate secrets. With no escape and no one to trust, they are about to learn that putting your life online can have deadly offline consequences…

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