TICKETS are still available for the Rhyller Thriller Horror Extravaganza - that is coming back bigger and stronger in 2024.

The festival of all things horror will take place on Saturday, May 18, at Rhyl Town Hall.

Director of Dog Soldiers and the Descent, Neil Marshall, is one of the guests, and there will be screenings of his films Dog Soldiers and The Descent, followed by a Q&A with Neil, Craig Conway and Janine Pipe

There will also be a short film showcase, and Q&As with horror creators Rusty Apper, Ant Moran, and Tom Rutter.

Tickets are available on Eventbrite.

The event is organised by Rhyl business leader Chad Jones.

Chad said: "Our dream is to create something special for Rhyl that brings people to this town, which means so much to myself and Vice President Tomos Paul."

He added: "We have an exciting lineup in store for you, including some great movies and fantastic guests. Joining us this year are Neil Marshall, the man behind Dog Soldiers and The Descent, and Janine Pipe, a writer and director who waves the flag for women in horror and is the author behind Sausages: The Making of Dog Soldiers."

At this year's event there will also be a Fringe Market selling all things, alternative, gothic and horrific, as well as “The Bloody Seagull Short Film Competition”.

Chad said: "In addition to the movie screenings and guest appearances, we are proud to introduce a Fringe Market in the downstairs of the venue. This market will be open to the public, and will feature horror merchandise from local creators and great sellers from around the UK.

"We are also excited to launch “The Bloody Seagull Short Film Competition,” which provides budding filmmakers with the opportunity to showcase their creativity and passion with a low budget and lots of heart."