After Dark Films is holding a revolutionary event. They will theatrically release eight films that are apparently deemed too controversial, and too graphic by mainstream film studios. The event, called Horor Fest, is an all-weekend horror film screening ‘convention’ happening nationwide, featuring celebrity appearances, signings, giveaways, and other special events.
See the trailer for the one weekend only event RIGHT HERE
In conjunction with HorrorFest, After Dark Films is looking for the next Queen of Scream, Miss Horrorfest. Get more info on the contest at www.youtube.com/horrorfest.
Below are synopses of the films that will screen during the weekend:
A med student collapses upon sensing a presence about her cadaver. Her fears are strengthened by a mysterious death. She must find out the truth behind before its angered spirit can wreak further vengeance.
Young Penny goes on a retreat with her psychologist. The intention is to help her overcome her phobia of cars. But events find her in a nightmarish situation where her worst fears come true.
THE GRAVE DANCERS
A group of friends’ lives are invaded by a trio of hostile ghosts after they engage in a drunken bout of gravedancing during a wake for an old chum.
A picture-perfect American family is always kind, loving and respectful to their neighbors, except that they usually wind up killing them.
From the director of The Grudge and The Grudge 2 comes Reincarnation, a suspenseful psychological horror film that deals with the topic of reincarnation.
Ten years after he brutally murdered two girls, a killer escapes from a mental institution and returns to his turf, the theme park attraction called Dark Ride.
A film producer who was adopted as a baby and sent to America, returns to her native Russia and the family farm. Once there, strange things begin to happen.