EILEEN DALY – SPECIAL “SCREEN QUEENS” EVENT!

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Thirteen really is a lucky number for horror fans as there are not just one but two fangtastic film events on Saturday 13th February! We’ve already told you about the Film Fair at Camden but now we can announce Screen Queens at the Roxy Bar & Screen hosted by British actress Eileen Daly! Known to horror fans for her starring role as vampire Lilith Silver in Jake West’s cult classic Razor Blade Smile and countless other fear flicks (including The Amityville Asylum, Cradle of Fear, Braincell) Eileen has recently achieved new heights of fame and a whole new fanbase via her appearances on the top-rated reality tv shows Big Brother and The X Factor!

Eileen is a girl of many talents, owner of her production company Eileen Daly Productions where she writes, directs and produces ghost hunting shows along with many feature films that are not for the faint-hearted and at Screen Queens she will be premiering her two brand new films First Bite and Hollywood Betrayed! There will also be music, Q & A’s, burlesque, vintage and designer stalls and more!

Start time is 1pm and you can buy tickets in advance from Eileen’s Official Website – but hurry! Numbers are limited!

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FANGTASTIC HORROR GUESTS AT CAMDEN FILM FAIR 2016!

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THE FILM FAIR CAMDEN – SATURDAY 13th FEBRUARY 2016

Now in it’s 31st year, The Film Fair at Camden just keeps getting bigger and better and starts off 2016 with three special guests who have all made an impact in the world of horror! First up is the British horror legend Emily Booth, star of numerous independent horror films (including Evil Aliens, Doghouse, Inbred), magazine columnist, writer, producer, director and presenter on the Horror Channel – is there anything this girl can’t do?

Next we have movie poster artist Graham Humphreys who has gained legions of fans over the years due to his amazing talent and winning personality. Throughout the eighties Graham designed and illustrated UK movie campaigns such as Dream Demon, Basket Case, Evil Dead and the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise and today seems busier than ever with his work on numerous DVD releases, various commissions as well as exhibitions of his work.

Finally we have popular television star Nicholas Ball who appeared in arguably the greatest ever episode of the Hammer House of Horror tv series – “The House That Bled to Death”! Ball has also starred in EastEnders, Footballers’ Wives, the sci-fi horror movie Lifeforce and the successful detective show Hazell.

There are also a whole ton of stalls specialising in movie memorabilia, horror merchandise, monster magazines, DVDs, posters, T-shirts, books and so much more for the dedicated film and horror fan and this all takes place at the legendary Electric Ballroom from 10:00am – 4:00pm – right next to Camden Town tube station – and the entrance is only £3 for adults!!!

The Camden Film Fair is looking to expand and is particularly interested in traders who deal in comics, vinyl (including movie soundtracks), movie related toys (including Star Wars and other fantasy blockbusters old and new), horror film clothing and collectibles and Manga merchandise so if you would like to book a stand or require more information just email Camden Film Fair at info@midnight-media.net – or you can call on 01832 731774 (10am – 6pm).

2016 DATES FOR THE FILM FAIR @ CAMDEN…
13th February, 16th April, 25th June, 3rd September, 22nd October, 10th December (all Saturdays).

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IN SPACE NO ONE CAN HEAR YOU SCREAM.

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Movie review – ALIEN (1979) by Geetha Stachowiak

British director Ridley Scott’s landmark 1979 sci-fi thriller Alien is about seven charmers stuck on a mining ship out in deep space with a creature that they unknowingly pick up while futzing around on some planetoid. So it’s your typical “monster in the house” formula, but the sets are so creepy, the soundtrack so disturbing, and the creature so evil, it’s heart-warming. Artist H. R. Giger apparently delved really deep somewhere in his brain and what he came up with is a cutie you’re not gonna forget. As for the hatchlings, you’ll love the Chestburster—YouTube has some adorable clips.

Not to be outdone by these delightful contenders is the android toting the company’s agenda. The crew ends up as lunch—all except for Sigourney Weaver, who made her mark on geeks everywhere with the panty scene… just kidding. It was her kickass leadership skills (the panties weren’t bad either). Her return to civilization in the escape pod spawned sequels that well… tried pretty hard. So check it out. I think you’ll see why folks willingly kiss Sir Scott’s knighted ass even though he’s A Bitch to Work for. Hey, awesomeness comes at a price. Just try asking Michael Bay to make a movie without CGI.

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