AD Horrorfest extends, slightly, All-Access passes availability.

Posted by Peter Hall - October 31st 2007 @ 6:55 pm

Just passing along the pressing word that All-Access passes for this year’s Horrorfest are off the market starting midnight tonight, October 31st.  That is unless you happened to be planning on attending one of these theaters, in which case you have until midnight November 1st:

AMC GALLERIA METROPOLEX 16, MIDDLETOWN NY
AMC EMPIRE NY

AMC CHERRY HILL, CHERRY HILL NJ
AMC JERSEY GARDENS 20, ELIZABETH NJ

AMC HAMILTON, HAMILTON NJ
AMC NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ
CITY CINEMAS, MANVILLE NJ

The passes, which cost $75 and are available from horrorfestonline.com, are available for either the opening weekend (11/9) or the bookend, (11/16) and will net you a collectible sculpture, coupons to various genre-friendly stores, Lionsgate discounts and other random unmentionables.  If you have the time to see all ‘8 Films to Die For’, ‘taint a bad deal considering you’d likely spend that much on tickets alone.

In the interest of disclosure, I am passing on this news because the individual who emailed it to me sounded politely suicidal that they were going away in the immediate future.  In further disclosure, I would actually consider shelling out for one of these, but last I checked Horrorfest didn’t have any theater listings outside of the US.  Go work!

Below is a lineup reminder:

BORDERLAND (based on true events)
DIRECTED BY: Zev Berman
WRITTEN BY: Zev Berman
CAST: Brian Presley, Rider Strong, Jake Muxworthy, Beto Cuevas, Sean Astin

SYNOPSIS: In BORDERLAND, three Texas University seniors, on the eve of their graduation, road-trip to a Mexican Border town for a final weekend of drinking and debauchery. Their vacation becomes a living nightmare as the trio runs afoul of an ancient blood cult looking for human sacrifice. Based on true events, Borderland blends the raw fear of Texas Chainsaw Massacre with the gritty true crime realism of In Cold Blood, evoking a world of paranoia, death and terror.


CRAZY EIGHTS
DIRECTED BY: James Koya Jones
WRITTEN BY: James Koya Jones, Dan DeLuca
CAST: Traci Lords, Frank Whaley, Dina Meyer, Gabrielle Anwar, George Newbern, Dan DeLuca

SYNOPSIS: Six people are brought together at the funeral of a childhood friend.  While settling the estate, they discover a map, which leads them on a search for a long forgotten time capsule, at the request of their dead friend.  What they discover reawakens repressed childhood traumas and leads them on a journey through their long abandoned childhood home: a home with a terrible secret and a mysterious dead girl who will lead them to their strange fates.



THE DEATHS OF IAN STONE
DIRECTED BY: Dario Piana
WRITTEN BY: Brendan Hood
CAST: Mike Vogel, Jamie Murray, and Christina Cole

SYNOPSIS: On an otherwise ordinary night, the young Ian Stone encounters a mysterious creature and is forced him into the path of an oncoming train.  Rather than facing certain death, Ian finds himself reborn into a new life that feels strangely familiar.  After his second death, it becomes apparent that Ian is being hunted by an evil presence, and will be forced to die every day until he can solve the mystery of his own life.



LAKE DEAD
DIRECTED BY: George Bessudo
WRITTEN BY: Daniel P. Coughlin
CAST: Edwin Craig, Pat McNeely, James C. Burns, Kelsey Crane, Jim Devoti

SYNOPSIS: Three beautiful sisters learn of a long lost grandfather, but only make this discovery upon the news of his grisly death. Enticed to visit grandpa’s old home after hearing of an inheritance, the sister’s head to the back country with some friends. We quickly follow the group of friends through the gates of a redneck infested hell. The psychotic family occupying the inherited property goes on a long awaited, and much enjoyed killing spree. As the family’s twisted motives unravel, the sisters discover a terror worse than death.



MULBERRY STREET
DIRECTED BY: Jim Mickle
WRITTEN BY: Jim Mickle, Nick Damici
CAST: Laurel Astri, Kim Blair, Ron Brice, Bo Corre, Nick Damici

SYNOPSIS: The city that never sleeps may shut its eyes for good when a deadly infection turns its residents to savage creatures.  There is only hope for a small few, including six recently evicted tenants who must protect their crumbling apartment complex as the city around them is thrown into chaos.



NIGHTMARE MAN

WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY: Rolfe Kanefsky
CAST: Tiffany Shepis, Blythe Metz, Luciano Szafir, James Ferris, Hanna Putnam, Jack Sway, and Richard Moll.

SYNOPSIS: When a woman orders an ancient fertility mask to help her conceive, her quest for motherhood turns into a quest for survival as it becomes clear the mask is possessed by a demonic spirit. Will anyone survive the NIGHTMARE MAN?



TOOTH AND NAIL

WRITTEN, DIRECTED AND EDITED BY: Mark Young
CAST: Rachel Miner, Rider Strong, Nicole Dupont, Michael Kelly, Alexandra Barreto, Emily Young, Zack Robidas, Kevin E. Scott, with Robert Carradine, and Vinnie Jones and Michael Masden

SYNOPSIS: A small group of survivors in a post-apocalyptic world take refuge in an empty hospital with plans on re-building society.  They rescue a young girl who is the victim of a brutal attack, but soon discover that they were followed by a savage band of cannibals known as Rovers. The Rovers begin to kill them one by one, and the trapped survivors must find a way to outwit their stalkers.



UNEARTHED
WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY: Matthew Leutwyler
CAST: Emmanuelle Vaugier, Luke Goss, Beau Garrett, Charles Q. Murphy, Tonantzin Carmelo

SYNOPSIS: After a sinister crash occurs off the highway of a small desert town, things take a horrific turn for its residents.  As people vanish and nature dies, the local sheriff investigates, only to discover that the fate of her town rests just below the earth.


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