What We Wanna See At The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival [-NEWS-]

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Well, the title says it all – it’s Brooklyn Horror Film Festival time and we checked out the schedule and then made our must see list, check it out below. If you want to go then check out http://brooklynhorrorfest.com/. The festival runs October 17-24.

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ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS – Directed by Macarena García Lenzi and Martín Blousson
After the death of their father Jesus & Maria find out the their half-sister Magdalena has returned to claim her inheritance. Unwilling to sell the house, they begin a series of sick games where it is impossible to define who is the rock, the paper or the scissors…
WE SAY – A black comedy horror that involves sick games? What could possibly go wrong? Let’s find out!

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SATOR – Directed by Jordan Graham
Deep in the woods, it’s hard to really say what’s whispering in the night. Ask grandma, though, and she’ll tell you it’s Sator—a protective dark force among the trees, a satanic presence, a ritualistic killer who’s haunted their family for generations. A young man ventures back to the forest in an attempt to rebuild a relationship with his brother who’s been hibernating in seclusion after traumatic events led to the disappearance of their mother years past…
WE SAY – A wilderness, slow burn film about mental illness and demons, that we’ve been hearing good things about makes Sator a must see.

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IN THE QUARRY – Directed by Bernardo and Rafael Antonaccio
Excited to introduce her new boyfriend to her longtime friends, Alicia sets up a hangout session at an abandoned quarry near her hometown. At first, it’s all good times, with food and drinks abound, but as the day progresses, secrets are revealed and bonds are broken. And before the day is over, lives will be lost…
WE SAY – A fraught social situation like introducing your significant other to your friends and slowly picking at it, filtering it through a horror lense, should make for some uncomfortable and excellent viewing.

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THE SWERVE – Directed by Dean Kapsalis
High school English teacher Holly has always taken the stress and thanklessness of motherhood in stride, but a dark secret weighs heavily on her. The sudden appearance of a mouse and a betrayal by her self-absorbed husband send her spiraling down into catastrophe as she wreaks total havoc on her life…
WE SAY – Watching a life fray and unravel isn’t always fun and The Swerve won’t pull any punches as it drags you along for the ride.

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THE YELLOW NIGHT – Directed by Ramon Porto Mota
A group of teenagers arrive in the middle of the night to a desolate Brazilian seaside town. High school has just ended and they are ready to party in style, but cell service sucks and as the days progress, things get very weird. Is time melting, repeating, or going backwards, and did you just see what you think you saw?…
WE SAY – A millennial trip through a night out, that might just break your brain a little bit.

Images: BHFF

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