Big Horror in Brussels

The boys over at Twitch Film got the word earlier today that the final schedule for the Brussels International Festival of Fantastic Film (or BIFFF as we hipsters call it), running April 5th-17th, has been posted online and, much like previous years, it’s chock full of horrific goodness.

Along with some more mainstream movies like The Messengers, David Goyer’s The Invisible remake (which I believe is the film’s premiere) and Disturbia, there’s also a great assortment of low-budget fare like the were-rat movie Mulberry Street, Bill Dear’s Simon Says, Angela Bettis’ Roman (DVD review), Adam Mason’s Broken (review), both Death Note films (reviews in our database) and a New Zealand film called The Ferryman that sounds very badass.

That’s not even half of their entire lineup, which will also include the first screenings of some of the Masters of Science Fiction series; be sure you click here to check out the entire list and make plans to get to Belgium ASAP!

Johnny Butane

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