Running October 21-26 at the Tribeca Film Center, The 2003 New York City Horror Film Festival looks to be bigger and better than ever with plenty of screenings and events to keep horror fans drooling.
The kick-off party will take place October 21st at Don Hill’s (511 Greenwich Street, New York, NY). There will be a one-hour open bar, short film screenings, music video competition, live music, giveaways and more. $10 at the door.
Tom Savini will be present to accept a lifetime achievement award after a screening of his reamke of “Night of the Living Dead” on October 25th.
Screenings include Edison’s Frankenstein?, King of the Ants, Savage Island, and The Fine Art of Poisoning.
For more info, visit the New York City Horror Film Festival website.
Posted on October 16, 2003 in Festivals by Film Threat Staff
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