Goblin Poster Debut + Frightfest Screening
Thar she blows! The official poster for GOBLIN?
Beautiful no? I’ve had the pleasure of going back and forth on this design with the ever so talented Adam Woodward and I can’t wait to see/have a physical copy. We played with another design which was a lot more cinematic which was incredible but not quite in keeping with the tone of the film. It was a shame to see it fall by the wayside though as it was every bit as impressive but the minimalist/stylistic approach was honestly what I wanted from the start.
The reason for this fantastic artwork is simple - Goblin has been accepted into this year’s Frightfest Film Festival, which is a dream come true for me, having obsessively attended as a horror fan for the past four years. We always wanted a short to screen there and now we have one so colour me chuffed.
Check out the official Frightfest website for details - http://www.frightfest.co.uk/
And be sure to book your tickets now at Vue Cinemas - http://www.myvue.com/Frightfest/Whats-on-at-Frightfest
We;re playing as part of the Shorts Showcase 1, on Saturday 23rd August at 12:45pm. I can’t wait to check out the other films in our slot too, I know they’re gonna be incredible.
Thanks again to our wonderful crew, our spectacular cast of David Oakes and Holliday Grainger and to all the people at Frightfest for making this happen.
See you there!
Goblin? starring David Oakes and Holliday Grainger will premiere at Frightfest on 23rd August at Leicester Square’s Vue Cinema.
"Elizabeth has got her hands full with her boyfriend Harry, who’s convinced there’s a Goblin in the wardrobe. It’s either the wrong relationship, or the wrong wardrobe." (x)
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