A ghost makes life miserable for a group of bachelor party celebrants in Cold Feet, which will make its world premiere as the opening night film of the 2019 Indie Memphis Film Festival this Wednesday. Dread Central got it hands on an exclusive clip to the horror-comedy, directed by Brad Ellis (The Path of Fear) and Allen C. Gardner. The Indie Memphis Film Festival will take place October 30-November 4.
Other highlights at the Indie Memphis Film Festival include Senegalese-French filmmaker Mati Diop’s haunting love story Atlantics; the amazing In Fabric, directed by Peter Strickland (Berberian Sound Studio); and the documentary Horror Noire, which details African American representation in horror film and features Jordan Peele, Tony Todd, and others. There will also be a special screening of The Dead Don’t Die with Jim Jarmusch in person, as well as a Sara Driver retrospective (with Driver attending), featuring her eerie films Sleepwalk, You Are Not I and more, as well as her spooky favorites Jacque Tourneur’s Cat People and Kaneto Shindô’s Kuroneko. On Halloween night, the fest will screen William Crain’s blaxploitation classic Blacula.
In Cold Feet, Eddie and his best friends unite at a rented house for his bachelor party. The expected night of soul-searching and ball-busting ensues. The next day, though, a fight for sanity and survival begins when they discover that there’s a ghost inside the house and that there are snipers outside of it, none of whom want the guys to leave. Check out the festival website for more details!