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Full NYC Horror Festival schedule!We just got the final lowdown from the guys behind this year’s New York City Horror Film Festival with the first look at their full schedule! The festival runs from November 12th–16th this year, and there’s some great stuff on the schedule. Check it out below, and then head to the official NYC Horror Film Festival site to get your tickets!

Tribeca Cinemas (54 Varick St. @ Canal)
Thursday, Nov. 13th
9:00pm

  • “Antibody” (Dir. Nathan Bezner / 20 mins)
  • Resident Evil: Degeneration (Dir. by Makoto Kamiya / 96 min)
    The Resident Evil franchise gets a brand new addition this winter with Resident Evil: Degeneration. It’s the first full CGI Resident Evil movie and picks up seven years after the destruction of Raccoon City by the US government after the first zombie outbreak caused by the Umbrella Corporation. It’s set in a US airport where the T-Virus gets released once again and the airport is locked down, giving the counter-zombie fighters four hours to solve the problem before the virus is spread to the whole of the US.

  • Friday, Nov. 14th
    7:30pm

  • ”Legend of Goldie” (Dir. by Matthew Snyman / 8 min)
  • ”Martians Go Home” (Dir. by Dan Moreno / 20 min)
    Alien Raiders (Dir. by Ben Rock / 85 min)
    It’s the end of yet another night at Hastings Supermarket, an idyllic family grocery store in Buck Lake, Arizona. But the normal monotony of rounding up shopping carts and settling out the cash drawers is broken at 11:07pm, just before closing when a group of masked and armed-to-the-teeth militants invades the store, immediately killing several of the employees and shoppers and holding the rest hostage. Though the hostage-takers at first appear to be robbers or terrorists, they reveal themselves to be a cadre of rogue scientists that has discovered and tracked an alien infestation to THIS STORE on THIS NIGHT, and they are determined to find out which of the survivors are extraterrestrials and end the invasion at any cost.
  • Friday, Nov. 14th
    10:00pm

  • ”Circulation” (Dir. by Kurtis Spieler / 6 min)
  • ”c/o Flap Jackson” ( Dir. John Lustig / 6 min)
  • ”Boxhead” (Dir. By Randell Kaplan / 21 min)
  • The Objective (Daniel Myrick / 90 mins)
    A group of Special Ops Reservists on a mission in the harsh and hostile terrain of Afghanistan find themselves lost in a Middle Eastern “Bermuda Triangle” of ancient evil.

  • Saturday, Nov. 15th
    1:00pm

  • ”The Sleuth Incident” (Dir. by Jason Kupfer / 12 min)
  • ”Initiation” (Dir. by Stephane Beaudoin / 23 min)
  • The 7th Hunt (Dir. by Jon Cohen / 90 min)
    The five victims of the 7th Hunt never knew they were being watched… Files were being built on them, on the eligibility to die. This innocent prey must fight for their lives against sociopaths who know their environment intimately, becoming increasingly outnumbered as their friends are killed. Directed by Jon Cohen, stars Imogen Bailey and Jason Stojanovski
  • Saturday, Nov. 15th
    4:00pm

  • ”Builder of Worlds” (dir. Oliver Kuhr & Sascha Haas / 30 min)
  • ”Eel Girl” (Dir. by Paul Campion / 5 min)
  • From A Place of Darkness (Dir. by Douglas A. Raine / 84 min)
    A documentary filmmaker finds himself drawn into the seedy world of a snuff filmmaker with a mysterious dark side. Soon what is real and what is otherworldly become increasingly blurred.
  • Saturday, Nov. 15th
    7:00pm

  • ”Altar” (Dir. by Nathan Bezner / 18 min)
  • ”Eat’um Up” (Dir. by Paul Carty / 3 min)
  • ”Gone Golfing” (Dir by Maxi Dejoie /18 min )
  • ”First Kill” ( Dir. by Micah Ranum)
  • How To Be A Serial Killer (Dir. by Luke Ricci / 91 min)
    The story of Mike Wilson, a charismatic, educated, and articulate young man who has found his life’s purpose in exterminating people. Mike is determined to spread his message about the joy of serial killing and recruits a lost soul named Bart to be his pupil. Mike leads Bart through the ethics of serial killing as well as teaching him various lessons in disposing corpses, balancing work and play, methods of killing, and many many more. Mike and Barts curriculum is interrupted when Mikes girlfriend discovers what’s beneath her boyfriend’s charming exterior and Mike and Bart must kill their way out of being discovered by the cops.
  • Saturday, Nov. 15th
    10:00pm

  • ”Burying the Ex” (Dir. by Alan Trezza / 15 min)
  • ”The Glitch” (Dir. Joe Fordham / 13 min)
  • ”Treevenge” (Dir. by Jason Eisener / 16 min)
  • Bad Biology (Dir. Frank Henenlotter / 85 min)
    Driven by biological excess, a young man and woman search for sexual fulfillment, unaware of each other’s existence. Unfortunately, they eventually meet, and the bonding of these two very unusual human beings ends in an explosive and ultimately over-the-top sexual experience, resulting in a truly god awful love story.
  • Lifetime Achievement Award Presentation


    Sunday, Nov. 16th
    12:00pm

    FILMMAKER PANEL (Brunch in bar)

    Michael J. Hein / Moderator
    Joseph Mauceri (Film Critic / Radio Host / Fearsmag.com)
    Maitland McDonagh (Writer / Film Critic)
    Bill Lustig (Director /Producer / Distributor)
    Michael Gingold (Writer / Film Critic / Fangoria Magazine)
    Frank Sabatella (Director / Producer)

    Sunday, Nov. 16th
    2:00pm

  • ”Mombies” (Dir. by Sam Turich / 11 min)
  • ”Side Effect” (Dir. Liz Adams /13 min)
  • Legend of Ol’Goldie” (Dir. by Matthew Snyman / 8 mins)
  • Bonnie & Clyde vs. Dracula (Dir. by Timothy Friend / 90 min)
    Bonnie & Clyde vs. Dracula combines the rough and tumble world of 1930’s era gangster movies with the violent gothic atmosphere of a classic horror film. When a robbery goes bad and one of their companions is shot, Bonnie and Clyde are forced to seek help at a nearby mansion, home to the twisted Dr. Loveless (Allen Lowman) and his imprisoned sister, Annabel, but Loveless has a secret. Deep in his cellar, the recently revived Dracula awaits…
  • Sunday, Nov. 16th
    4:00pm

  • ”Asylum” (Dir. by Francesco Erba / 10 mins)
  • ”Corrections” (Dir. Bob Franklin / 10 mins)
  • Surveillance (Jennifer Chambers Lynch / 98 min)
    Two FBI Agents track two twisted serial killers with the help of their would-be victims in this twisted tale that one best feature at Sitges. Directed by Jennifer Chambers Lynch and stars Bill Pullman & Julia Ormond
  • Sunday, Nov. 16th
    6:00pm

  • ”Drip” (Dir. by Jake York / 12 mins)
  • ”Advantage” (Dir. Sean Byrne / 11 mins)
  • ”Collector” (Dir. by Dempsey Tillman / 15 mins)
  • Timecrimes (dir. by Nacho Vigalondo / 88 mins)
    A man accidentally gets into a time machine and travels back in time nearly an hour. Finding himself will be the first of a series of disasters of unforeseeable consequences.
  • Sunday, Nov. 16th
    8:30pm

  • ”Snip” (12 mins)
  • ”Hold Your Fire” (8 mins)
  • ”Fun On Earth” (16 mins)
  • Devils Grove (93 mins)
    In 1999, nine family members are found brutally murdered in the family-owned Denville Grove Amusement Park. Police convict a transient working at the park for the murders. Now…a group of high-school students become the first people to go back inside the park. The purpose is to shoot a documentary about the murders, but they soon learn that certain things should be left alone!
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    The Strangers: Prey at Night Set Visit Part 2: Screams and Flames

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    [SPOILERS] As mentioned in our earlier set visit story, The Strangers: Prey at Night maintains the same feeling of isolation as the original. Even though a full-fledged production was going on in Gatlin Lake Getaway, it is hard to shake that feeling of being totally alone once wandering away from the set lighting. The dark surround woods start to close in and threaten to swallow any who stray too close to the tree line. Then the silence is broken as a beat-up 1972 Ford Ranger’s engine revs and a scream slices through the night.

    Back on the lit street, the familiar looking truck has collided head-on with the side Wagner County Sheriff’s SUV. At the driver’s seat of the Ford is a man sporting a white cloth bag as a mask. The Bagman has returned. His appearance has not changed. The empty sockets of the mask still glare ominously and the painted smile poorly hides the stranger’s murderous intent.

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