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Nychff PosterThe New York City Horror Film Festival has announced four days of films! The film festival begins November 11th at the Tribeca Cinemas and included in the 2010 lineup are the following features: the kidnap thriller Bereavement, the mysterious Yellow Brick Road, the rock and roll musical Don't Go in the Woods, the French Film The Pack, the Pagan influenced Outcast, the gender bending Ticked Off Trannies with Knives, and two others. The horror short line-up is diverse, with over thirty four showings. The highlights of this second category include the Stephen King adaption "Flowers for Norma" "Monsters Down the Hall" which has been reviewed (here) and "Remote," which has also been reviewed (here). Have a full look at the schedule, in its entirety, below.
Day 1 (November 11th):
The synopsis for Bereavement:
"In 1989, six year old Martin Bristoll was kidnapped from his backyard swing in Minersville Pennsylvania. Graham Sutter, »
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For the fifth year in a row, October gets a little creepier and scarier when the Spooky Movie Film Festival rolls into the Washington, D.C. area on Oct. 21-25 for six terrifying nights of of feature films and shorts.
Every year, Spooky Movie redefines the very definition of “horror” by presenting an absolutely unique selection films from all over the world. This year the bloody offerings range from backwoods horror comedies to documentaries to Norwegian and British zombie flicks to Australian monster movies and more.
Most exciting, however, is the return of the father of the splatter movie himself: Herschell Gordon Lewis, who will be screening his latest gore extravaganza, the diabolical The Uh-Oh Show!. This is Lewis’ first gross-out flick in seven years and is an unholy combination of blood, social satire and fairy tales. Bad Lit’s seen it and thinks it’s a real hoot and a holler. »
- Mike Everleth
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