All the Horrors of Tribeca


Full genre rundown announced

Alright… As promised, those behind the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival (running April 23 – May 4 in NYC) have announced the films running in their Midnight program. Here is the breakdown – click on each title for further details, pics and trailers (if available)!

• The Cottage: A kidnapping plot goes horribly awry when two brothers and their potty-mouthed hostage stumble into the wrong farmhouse in this gory horror-comedy.

• Dying Breed: Inspired by the legends of a 19th-century cannibal and an extinct tiger, this brutal horror-thriller centers on four friends who find out that something—or someone—murderous lurks in the rain-slogged Australian bush.

• From Within: Evil comes from within in this smart, supernatural thriller, set in a small extremist evangelical town that is mysteriously afflicted with serial suicides. Up-and-coming cast includes Elizabeth Rice, Thomas Dekker (“Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles”), Laura Allen (“Dirt”), and Rumer Willis.

• Killer Movie: A reality TV director copes with a spoiled celebutante and a show gone haywire when a masked killer starts bumping off the crew in this slasher-movie satire from a director who did time working on The Simple Life.

• Let the Right One In: Based on Lindqvist’s best-selling novel, this beautifully touching tale tells of the first romance for bullied 12-year-old Oskar and the girl next door, Eli. . . who also happens to be a vampire.

• The Objective: The director of The Blair Witch Project brings his singular brand of suspense to an exhilarating integration of war and mystery, revolving around a precarious CIA mission in Afghanistan.

• Sick Nurses: A vengeful ghost forces a group of sexy organ-harvesting nurses to confront their own demons in this deliriously twisted and vibrantly designed Thai splatterfest.

Source: Tribeca Film Fest

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