Do you like comedies? Or dramas? Or not having the hell scared out of you? Then avoid the more than 350 theater screens hosting Horrorfest for 10 days starting Nov. 9. The annual festival — which started last year — consists of eight new ”Films To Die For,” including The Deaths of Ian Stone (a horror Groundhog Day) and cannibal epic Tooth and Nail. A question: Why in the name of all that is bloody and oozing isn’t Horrorfest on Halloween? ”When I came up with the idea I wanted to do it then,” says organizer Courtney Solomon. ”But our partner studio puts out Saw every Halloween. It’s a slightly popular franchise.” It seems there’s something scarier than a hungry-for-brains zombie: film-biz politics.
Posted November 9 2007 — 12:00 AM EST
- Mark Wahlberg's 'Patriots Day' to close AFI Fest
- Bill Murray shares adorable childhood photo proving his Chicago Cubs fandom
- 'Office Christmas Party' directors say film is 'life-affirming,' 'really f---ed up'
- 'La La Land': Emma Stone, Ryan Gosling dazzle in dreamy exclusive image
- David Beckham, Emma Stone, and Drake freak out in David Blaine promo
- 'Mean Girls' star on sequel: 'Can we do this already?!'
- 'Supergirl': Chris Wood on whether Mon-El is 'superhero material'