It's been an insane year for horror already, and now that the summer convention season is approaching, news and event reports will continue heating up! Amid all the chaos, we did manage to take in an offering or two from the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival. This year's lineup was fairly light on the creepy offerings, but we caught three films getting a fair amount of buzz. Here's the skinny…
The 9th Annual Tribeca Film Festival kicked off this week, and to celebrate, the kind folks running the event have offered Dread Central readers the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to two of the films having their North American Premiere during the fest on Sunday, April 25th: Tetsuo, The Bullet Man and Dream Home.
Making its North American debut as both a regular entry in the Tribeca Film Festival and online via TFF Virtual is Lee Yong-joo's Possessed (The Living Death), which draws equally from traditions of K-horror and police procedural.
More than 20 years after he used 16mm to prove himself worthy of a cult following with Tetsuo, The Iron Man, Shinya Tsukamoto is back with another frenetic, hyperbolic experience. And if you'll be at this year's Tribeca Film Festival in New York City, you can see the final director's cut for the first time.
As we've done in years past, we're going to be spotlighting the horror offerings at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival, which runs from April 21st through May 2nd in New York City. First up is the uber violent and controversial The Killer Inside Me.
One film that will be making its Stateside debut at this year's Tribeca Film Festival in New York City is the new South Korean horror flick Possessed (The Living Death), and we've got a clip and the trailer for you. Well, what else did you expect? That's what the headlines says doesn't it. Wow. I think I just broke the fourth wall, man.
Following up on our story about the first half of the Tribeca 2010 slate, the remaining feature films have been announced, and as we suspected, there are quite a few more genre gems that will be shown at the fest.
The Tribeca Film Festival has announced the first half of its 2010 slate, and while only one film is pure horror, two more are categorized as noir, and there's also a "gripping psychological drama" thrown in for good measure.
The popular Tribeca Film Festival runs from April 21 through May 2, 2010, but if you can't be in New York City for it, don't despair. Tribeca Enterprises has launched Tribeca Film, a comprehensive distribution and marketing platform for independent film, and Tribeca Film Festival Virtual (TFFV), a new online venture offering worldwide audiences an opportunity to experience the Tribeca Film Festival (TFF) from the comfort of their own homes.