NYC: Tickets available for first ever Brooklyn Horror Film Festival (October 14-16)


A showcase of independent horror

Tickets are now on sale for the inaugural Brooklyn Horror Film Festival (BHFF), a showcase of independent horror movies taking place in North Brooklyn from October 14th through the 16th. The BHFF features world and regional premieres of horror movies from around the globe.

The opening night film is Mattie Do's Dearest Sister (Laos, France, Estonia; East Coast Premiere), the centerpiece film is Emiliano Rocha Minter's We Are the Flesh (Mexico; East Coast Premiere), and the closing night film is Erlingur Thoroddsen's Child Eater (USA, Iceland; World Premiere). There are more than 10 other feature films and more than 20 horror shorts screening during the fest. In addition to the films, there will be a pop-up art show, storytelling competitions, horror trivia, and more.

So far, screenings and festival events will take place throughout Williamsburg, Greenpoint, and Bushwick. Announced venues include The Wythe Hotel, Syndicated Theater, Videology, Muriel Schulman Theater at Triskelion Arts, Spectacle Theater, Catland Books, and Throne Watches.

For tickets to BHFF screenings/events and more information about the festival, click here or visit brooklynhorrorfest.com. Below we've included the official poster for the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival as well as trailers for the BHFF's opening night, centerpiece, and closing night films.


Opening Night Film: Mattie Do's Dearest Sister ( ນ້ອງຮັກ)


Centerpiece Film: Emiliano Rocha Minter's We Are the Flesh (Tenemos la carne) - NSFW


Closing Night Film: Erlingur Thoroddsen's Child Eater

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