CINEMUERTE FESTIVAL COMES TO TEXAS
To mark the fifth anniversary of her CineMuerte International Fantastic Film Festival, organizer/Fango scribe/all-around super-cool Vancouver horror fan Kier-la Janisse has brought the event with her to Austin, TX?s Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, where she?s currently working as programmer. Running October 27-31, the fest will showcase a wide and impressive variety of international fear fare, including a rare theatrical screening of Narciso Iba?Serrador?s chilling 1975 killer-kid film WHO CAN KILL A CHILD?, Sergio Martino?s ALL THE COLORS OF DARKNESS, J.T. Petty?s SOFT FOR DIGGING, Nikos Nikolaidis? SINGAPORE SLING (pictured), Hisayasu Sato?s NAKED BLOOD with Doug Buck?s short CUTTING MOMENTS, William Asher?s NIGHT WARNING (a.k.a. BUTCHER, BAKER, NIGHTMARE MAKER) and Ben Coccio?s Columbine-inspired drama ZERO DAY. The Drafthouse is also hosting a bunch of other cool genre-related events in the next couple of months (including the Rolling Roadshow presentation of the original TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE Halloween night at the house?now restaurant?where it was filmed) so go here for the general website; click on the ?Original? link to find the Cinemuerte details.
Courtesy of Fangoria