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Unearthed (click for larger image)With the Tribeca Film Festival gearing up in New York City, there’s a lot more than spring in the hazy Tri-State air! Namely monsters. Fast, hungry, vicious monsters who thinks humans make for good eating.

As we told you about in our coverage of the horror helpings of the Tribeca Film Festival, Tribeca’s got some mean man-eaters in their horror lineup this year, namely Matt Leutwyler’s Unearthed, his follow-up to 2004’s zombie splatstick comedy Dead & Breakfast. Want some official information? Dig this:

“When an archaeologist obsessed with the mysterious disappearance of an ancient Native American people uncovers a subterranean lair in the New Mexico desert, a blood-thirsty creature is unleashed on a small town. In the wake of the carnage, the people’s only hopes are a quick-thinking rogue sheriff and the ritual medicine of the lost tribe.” Click here to see the trailer for Unearthed and right here to listen to my interview with Matthew Leutwyler, then be sure to visit the official Unearthed site right here and its MySpace page here!

A good old-fashioned monster movie with the one and only Charlie Murphy? Where do I sign up? Check out when you can catch Unearthed as part of the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival!

  • Fri, Apr 27, 10:30pm – AMC 34th Street Theater 13
  • Sat, Apr 28, 12:15am – AMC 34th Street Theater 11
  • Tue, May 1, 10:00pm – AMC Kips Bay Theater 13
  • Fri, May 4, 11:00pm – AMC Kips Bay Theater 14
  • Sat, May 5, 11:30pm – AMC Village VII Theater 3
  • All right, enough of that; check out a ton of pics from the flick below, some of which have never been seen!

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