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The 2013 Tribeca Film Festival featured a wide variety of films to choose from, including a look back at some of the most memorable films every person should know.
As part of the Tribeca Film Festival Tribeca Drive In events, people were able to attend free screenings of several movies with pre-festival activities to participate in as well. At the Brookfield Place by the World Trade Center in New York City, people were delighted to see The Birds from Alfred Hitchcock, Beetlejuice from Tim Burton and the premiere of Lil Bub & Friendz.
While the screening of the films took place at 8:15 pm, guests who came early were surprised with fun activities like face painting, making balloon animals, and more. The guests were invited to try on their best Beetlejuice impressions and win awesome prizes, like movie stills signed by Time Burton or even just a DVD of the film.
- Catherina Gioino
‘Lover Come Hack to Me’ was another episode I’d only seen once upon a time, long ago. It was compiled in a VHS set that I’d found at a local Mom and Pop video store, tucked way back in the Horror section. I remember watching it when I was younger, perhaps maybe too young given the things I’ve seen in my recent re-visit, but hey, it was Tales from the Crypt. And you can’t certainly blame a tiger for its stripes. In the original viewing, I guess I didn’t remember the lethal twist that comes in the third act. Perhaps it could be a fuzzy memory on that element, but this ending stands so sharply, so sneakily compared to last week’s episode, it just gels better with the episode overall. This episode is more of a Gothic horror episode than recent episodes. I mean, »
- Nathan Smith
2 items from 2013
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