Nothing could be scarier then the presidential election but if you need a diversion
FEARnyc, New York City's biggest horror film festival is taking place now through October 27th at Cinema Village. It features 65+ screenings of new & classic horror films, cast appearances, special events & a tribute to horror icon Wes Craven.
Among the some of the highlights will include screenings of Night of the Living Dead, Psycho, Hocus Pocus, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Lost Boys, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3 & The Monster Squad. The premiere of Dead Awake, the new film from Final Destination creator Jeffrey Reddick. A screening of The Exorcist which will begin with a séance with the audience led by a renowned psychic. A screening of the original 1978 Halloween with a Halloween Party featuring candy bags & games for the audience & more. John Capo, Founder & Director of FEARnyc stated, "This Halloween season, FEARnyc aims to scare the pants off New York City as we present more than 65 new & classic horror films along with an array of cast appearances & special events. We will also be honoring horror icon Wes Craven, creator of A Nightmare on Elm Street & Scream, in a special tribute." Tickets are $12 general admission & $8 for seniors. A limited number of Festival Passes, which include admission to every screening in the festival as well as the award ceremony & Wes Craven tribute, are available for $125.
For Info & Tix: fearnyc.com
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