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Polly Payne with a reminder to stop by the NYC Horror Fest this Sunday at 8 pm to see Blood Night at Tribeca Cinemas!
Check out this interview with Blood Night Director, Frank Sabatella, and Director of the NYC Horror Film Festival, Michael Hein, which aired on NBC New York last night!
The NYC Horror Film Festival is a week long event that was established in 2001 to recognize achievement in the horror genre. Generally, somewhere between 50-60 films compete for awards in nine different categories. A lifetime achievement award is also presented each year. William Lustiq will receive the award this year, and his classic film, Maniac, will be screened.
This year’s festival kicks off tomorrow at 8pm with a party at BLVD, located on Bowery at Spring St. Just pay $10 at the door, and enjoy five bands, eleven films and an hour of free beer. Filmmakers will be in attendance!
Blood Night will be screened at the festival on Sunday, November 22 at 8 pm. The screening will take place at Tribeca Cinemas, and will be followed by five short films. Tickets can be purchased for $16. We hope to see you there!
Writer/Director, Frank Sabatella, discusses how his first feature film, Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet is ultimately an expression of appreciation for the holy grail of all ‘80’s slasher flicks.
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