Wolfman, Frankenstein and Dracula, are the traditional monsters, but the trio can hardly frighten anybody nowadays.
Compared to the cynical, slimy, horror characters of today, they realise they have lost their particular charm and that they are now somewhat out of fashion. This is the idea behind "Who’s afraid?". The Supreme Court of Horror has given them one last chance: on Halloween night, in a haunted castle worthy of its name, they will have to try and terrify a typical family of today. But this time facing the competition of their more up-to-date, ready for anything fellow monsters.
Many gags and totally original ideas accompany their attempt to get back some of their dignity and status, and thus avoid being relegated once and for all to the role of mere museum pieces. The task turns out to be anything but easy. But in the end the modern monsters' impersonal technology and special effects begin to lose to the original monsters' personality, history and eternal class. The soundtrack features four "awesome" songs, including the classic "Who’s afraid?".
The 14th edition will be the first cross-media festival and go East with China as Guest Country!