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Blue Finch Film Releasing at FrightFest 2023

Dark woods, doors and dimensions...


THE KNOCKING (UK PREMIERE) - 25 AND 27 AUGUST

From directors Max Seeck and Joonas Pajunen, The Knocking is a tense and terrifying eco-horror rooted in the forests and folklore of Finland.


When three adult siblings return to their childhood home, where their parents were allegedly murdered many years ago, their plan is to get the house and estate ready to be sold, but they soon discover a primordial evil is trying to prevent them from doing so.


The Knocking is the directorial debut of Joonas Pajunen and Max Seeck, an international and New York Times bestselling author who has previously won Finnish Whodunnit Society’s Debut Thriller of the Year Award.


Blue Finch Film Releasing presents The Knocking on digital platforms 4 September


UK premiere at FrightFest on 25 and 27 August



HOSTILE DIMENSIONS (WORLD PREMIERE) - 26 AND 28 AUGUST

Hostile Dimensions is a twist-filled multiverse horror from Graham Hughes, whose previous film Death Of A Vlogger was a FrightFest hit in 2019 and garnered critical acclaim on its release.


Hughes’ inventive and terrifying new film tells the story of two documentary filmmakers who decide to investigate the disappearance of a graffiti artist who seemingly ‘vanished’. As they delve deeper into their research, they encounter an ominous freestanding door which leads them on a dark journey through the dimensions behind it. Determined to uncover the truth the pair soon realise they have stumbled across something far more terrifying than they could have ever imagined.


Blue Finch Film Releasing presents the world premiere of Hostile Dimensions at FrightFest on 26 and 28 August 2023


RAGING GRACE (ENGLISH PREMIERE) - 27 AUGUST

A bold coming-of-rage story. Joy is an undocumented Filipina immigrant who is struggling to do the best she can for her daughter when she secures the perfect job; taking care of an extremely wealthy but terminal old man. The new position pays well and guarantees a roof over their heads but very soon, Joy and her daughter Grace start to realise everything is not as it seems. Something is festering beneath the surface, threatening all they have worked for. Deeply personal, Raging Grace is a nightmarish fever dream from an exciting new voice.


Raging Grace is directed by Paris Zarcilla and stars Max Eigenmann, Jaeden Paige Boadilla, David Hayman and Leanne Best.


Blue Finch Film Releasing presents Raging Grace at FrightFest on 27 August 2023


FOUNDERS DAY (INTERNATIONAL PREMIERE) - 28 AUGUST

Founders Day is a bold and brutal political slasher from Erik and Carson Bloomquist, the director and writer team behind FrightFest 2022’s summer camp horror She Came From The Woods.


In the Bloomquist Brothers latest horror, a small town is shaken by a series of ominous killings in the days leading up to a heated mayoral election. As accusations fly and the threat of a masked killer darkens every street corner, the residents must race to uncover the truth before fear consumes the town.


Starring Devin Druid (13 Reasons Why), Emilia McCarthy (SkyMed), Amy Hargreaves (Homeland), Catherine Curtin (Stranger Things) and William Russ (Boy Meets World).

Blue Finch Film Releasing presents the International Premiere of Founders Day at FrightFest on 28 August 2023



GOOD BOY (UK PREMIERE) - 28 AUGUST

Good Boy is a chilling and twisted feature from up-and-coming Norwegian filmmakers, director Viljar Bøe and producer Karl Oskar Åsli (Til Freddy).


In this bold and original Scandinavian horror, Sigrid (Katrine Lovise Øpstad Fredrikse) thinks she’s met the perfect match with the charming and handsome Christian (Gard Løkke, Netflix’s Troll), but there is one catch - he lives with a man who acts like his pet dog. Trying to be open-minded, Sigrid continues the relationship but begins to notice an insidious under-tone to Christian. Maybe ‘puppy play’ isn’t as innocent as it seems.

Blue Finch Film Releasing presents Good Boy on digital platforms 11 September


UK premiere at FrightFest on 28 August

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