For those who love a good skrik, the SA Horrorfest will be right up your alley…
Kicking off this evening with a screening of A nightmare on Elm Street (yup the 1984 Wes Craven classic which scared the living daylights outta me back in the day – I still can’t look at a striped jersey in the same way), the festival includes a selection of movies, short films, a literary evening, a night market, dress-up, special international guests, a free horror masterclass, and a final after-party taking place at Mercury Live.
Tickets are available via Quicket over here. There’s also registration requirements for the free masterclass and a few of the other events. But you’ll find all the need-to-knows at www.horrorfest.info.
I think it’s a great way to celebrate Halloween and all things spooky and creepy. I freakin’ love horrors, even though I inevitably close my eyes throughout most of the movie while shouting: “What’s happening now? What’s happening now???” 😉