Best Of The Festivals Part 7 (continued) Tribeca & SXSW Midnighters & Horror Special

When I started my post on the Midnighter Specials, I had no idea how big it would end up. The first part of the post took me about 4/5 hours to write, then I started getting tired and careless, so I will break part 7 into 2 parts.

As always, for the previous movies in this artcle check related posts at the bottom of the page or type ‘festivals’ into the search bar.

26:Excess Flesh

Written by: Sigrid Gilmer, Patrick Kennelly
Directed by: Partrick Kennelly
Genre: Drama/Horror/Thriller
Language: English
Festival: SXSW Midnighters

Sounds like this film could be a bit of a tough watch, I don’t mean that in a bad way, I just have a feeling that this one might disturb the normal sane viewer. That’s quite OK though, cause, chances are, if you’re reading this then you probably like your movies a little different…just like me!

>Have a read of the official description from the festival’s website

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27: We Are Still Here
Written by: Ted Geoghegan
Directed by: Ted Geoghegan
Genre: Horror
Language: English
Festival: SXSW Midnighter

Directorial debut from writer/producer Ted Geoghegan (Barricade,Sweatshop,ABC’S Of Death).

We Are Still Here is a new supernatural horror about a grieving couple who are attacked by a family of vengeful spirits when they move into a new house in the English countryside.

Official plot from festival website
After their teenage son is killed in a car crash, Paul (Andrew Sensenig) and Anne (Barbara Crampton) move to the quiet New England countryside to start over. But the grieving couple unknowingly become prey to a family of vengeful spirits that reside in their new home, and before long they discover that the seemingly peaceful town they’ve moved into is hiding a terrifyingly dark secret. Co-starring Larry Fessenden and Lisa Marie, Written & Directed by Ted Geoghegan, Produced by Travis Stevens (Cheap Thrills, Starry Eyes).

The trailer you’re about to see breathes new life in the haunted-house sub-genre. Looks fantastic!

28: Deathgasm
Written by: Jason Lei Howden
Directed by: Jason Lei Howden
Genre: Horror/Comedy/RocknFuckinRoll
Language: English
Festival: SXSW Midnighters

Remember back-in-the-day when we all used to get wasted and watch early Peter Jackson films like Bad Taste and Braindead? Remember the fun we used to have laughing at at how horribly gory and ridiculous they were? well, if by any chance you’re still into those sort of films (any why the fuck wouldn’t you be?) then I think this one will blow your fucking mind, that’s right folks….THIS ONE GOES UP TO 11

New horror/comedy from NZ about some metalheads who summon a demon…..just watch the trailer!

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