Thursday, October 1, 2015

After Dark Films Presents 8 Films To Die For!!

This festival started back in 2006(first promo poster above)
This year they return with their 
8 Films to Die For and I am sharing the posters and trailers for all the 8 films.

From After Dark Films Website:

Los Angeles, CA (October 16, 2015) - After Dark Films, in partnership with Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, releases the hair raising new trailer sure to evoke fear in all who dare to look. View the trailer, as well as the newly released main event artwork, and then scan the list of cities to find 8 Films to Die For in the theater nearest you.

The real terror begins in these eleven ghastly locations: Dallas, Chicago, Tampa, Cleveland, Denver, Detroit, Phoenix, Minneapolis, San Francisco, and Los Angeles on October 16, 2015.  During the Los Angeles premiere at Universal City Walk, the cast and crew from various 8 Films features will be present to take pictures with and sign autographs for fans. Theater tickets go on sale Oct 2, 2015.

“Everything about the re-launch of 8 Films to Die For has been exciting. We are thrilled to offer fans a preview of these eight petrifying films,” says After Dark Films CEO Courtney Solomon.

The eight films showing during this festival are:


It's been 5 years since the outbreak that wiped out 85% of the world's population, but the war between Re-Animates (Re-Ans) and Humans wages on, as most of the major cities are still uninhabitable. Within the few surviving cities, the Re-Ans have been segregated into "zones" and are policed by the R-Division of the QUASI S.W.A.T. Unit who hunt to re-kill the Re-Ans in the hope of quelling a second outbreak.


Murder in the Dark

When a group of young people camping in the ruins of a medieval Turkish town play a party game called ‘Murder in the Dark’, they soon discover that someone is taking the game too far… Produced in an experimental shooting style, this murder-mystery features a cast of actors who were not allowed to see the script. The actors’ choices interactively changed the shape of the story. They had to use clues to solve the mystery laid out before them by the filmmakers.


The Wicked Within

When a little girl dies, her family gathers to mourn the loss. Yet, the pain is not forgotten and a vengeful demon spirit takes possession of a vulnerable family member, tearing at the ties that bind them all together. One by one, it forces each family member to confess to his or her buried lies and face the morbid consequences of their sins.


Lumberjack Man

As the staff of Good Friends Church Camp prepares for a spring break filled with “Fun Under the Son”, a demon logger rises from his sap boiler to wreak his vengeance and feast on flapjacks soaked in the blood of his victims.



Emily is a high-school student with a penchant for drawing gruesome pictures in her sketchbook. There’s a reason for her obsession with horrific images: Her father Tom once went on a murder spree and is now residing in a mental hospital. On a night she’s home alone babysitting her mute little brother, Tom escapes and targets Emily and her friends during a bloody killing rampage.



A morally ambiguous corporation experiments with genetic modification resulting in the creation of a man hunting creature. When it escapes, a group of unsuspecting cabin dwellers become its prey in a horrifying game of cat and mouse.



Five strangers - newlywed serial killers, a suicidal cop, and two runaways - become suspect and victim when a masked murderer makes its presence known in an isolated mountain town.



A U.S. solider returns from captivity to find that his friend and fellow former POW has gone AWOL. While out on an annual hunting trip with his friend’s father and some extended family his group comes under attack by an ancient Native American curse that has mysterious connections to his friends Native heritage and the prison in which they were held.


I look forward to seeing all of these films , mostly The Wicked Within and Suspension , the others as well look really good.
Here is a rundown in a trailer for all 8 films that are showing.

Enjoy the scares, after all it is October!

Thank you for reading this 
Anthony Nadeau

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