With the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival having so recently concluded, New York City has had to wait four whole days for another incredible horror-film extravaganza to roll into town. Life’s so hard! Here’s the press release (more from me soon, I’m sure)…
Today’s the day! FEARnyc begins today and runs through October 27th! If you haven’t already gotten your tickets, now is a great time to do so. Buying in advance means no waiting in line at the box office.
Here are a few highlights of what’s in store:
Tonight’s Opening Night Event features a Red Carpet at 6pm followed by a 7pm screening of the U.S. premiere of ATROZ. Come early and watch the filmmakers arrive.
Our can’t-miss presentation of Faust: The Live Event
will feature a screening of the silent classic like you’ve never seen it before — with a thrilling live orchestra! Be there on Sunday.
Did you know you can attend our Award Ceremony & Tribute to Wes Craven
? See awards handed out for Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor/Actress and more. Plus, Wes Craven’s family, former cast members, and prominent journalists will pay tribute to the master of modern horror.
Our big Halloween Party is set for closing night of the fest. We’ll be screening John Carpenter’s original Halloween
. We’ll also have Halloween music, games, candy, and prizes for best costume. Start your Halloween early by joining us.
Join us for Q&As with Gedeon Burkhard (Inglorious Basterds
), Jeffrey Reddick (Final Destination
), Colin Toomey-Addams (Lost Creek
), Tom Nagel (Clowntown
) and more than a dozen other directors and actors.
Jon Abrams is a New York-based writer, cartoonist, and committed cinemaniac whose complete work and credits can be found at his site, Demon’s Resume. You can contact him on Twitter as @JonZilla___.
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Tags: Festivals, Horror, Kate Siegel, New York City, Robert Eggers, Wes Craven