Tribeca 2012 ran April 18th-29th in NYC, and Dread Central was on the scene. Here we have mini-reviews of four films that may be of interest to you as a horror fan or just on your radar as someone who loves good cinema that travels off the beaten path and into weirdsville.
Ready to get lost in a slow-burn psychosexual character study? Then the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival has a movie for you! Check out the official trailer and screening details for Alex Karpovsky's Rubberneck.
Just in time for its world premiere during the upcoming Tribeca Film Festival, we've dug our claws into an exclusive clip from Replicas! Check it out and get all sweaty with anticipation!
In anticipation of its world premiere during the upcoming Tribeca Film Festival, the first clip from Replicas has surfaced, and we have it right here along with the film's screening schedule during the fest.
The free community activities taking place during the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival have been announced, including one of the most popular components of the annual event: the Tribeca Drive-In. This year two of the films being screened are beloved genre classics.
Tribeca 2012: Second Wave of Films Revealed; New Stills for Eddie: The Sleepwalking Cannibal, Rat King, Replicas, and More
The next group of films screening at this year's Tribeca Film Festival has been announced, and while several seem more thriller than horror, we're including info on the most interesting sounding ones as well as the full Cinemania section.
Tribeca 2012: Partial Lineup Announced and New Stills for Jack and Diane; Nancy, Please; Beyond the Hill; and More
Marketing folks try anything to draw the widest audience possible so it's often hard to know the exact genre of a film until we've sat through it. With that knowledge we bring you the handful of horror films screening at this year's Tribeca Film Festival thus far...plus those that MIGHT be.
The 2012 Tribeca All Access program has selected eleven works in progress for its lineup this year (six narratives and five documentaries), and since one of the films is described as "a modern day twist on Frankenstein", of course we have to share the details.
Okay, all you John Carpenters out there waiting to be discovered. Here's your chance. All you Wes Cravens ready for your shot at the big time, all you Alexandre Ajas primed for Hollywood... Listen up. The 2012 Tribeca Film Festival is calling. It's saying "Submissions Wanted: This Means You!"