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  Assault on Precinct 13 (1976)
Posted by: Repo - 5 hours ago - Forum: Action - Replies (1)

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Police ambush and kill several gang members in Los Angeles. Gang members make a pact of blood to strike back at police, and conduct a siege on the police station which is almost abandoned and due to be closed. Staff of the closing precinct and the criminals being held there while in transit must work together to fight off the attacking gang members.

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  Favorite Horror LGBT Characters?
Posted by: Repo - 07-22-2019, 05:54 PM - Forum: General Horror Discussion - No Replies

LGBT representation in horror isn't great... so let's take the time to celebrate it done well!

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  Favorite Vampires?
Posted by: Repo - 07-22-2019, 05:53 PM - Forum: General Horror Discussion - No Replies

No shortage of good ones. I'll need to think about this.

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  Favorite Witches?
Posted by: Repo - 07-22-2019, 04:58 PM - Forum: General Horror Discussion - No Replies

Who are your favorite witches in horror? Warlocks are also acceptable.

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  Favorite Horror Children?
Posted by: Repo - 07-22-2019, 04:57 PM - Forum: General Horror Discussion - No Replies

Who were the exceptions to the children=sucky horror character rule?

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  Bit (2019)
Posted by: Kevin R. - 07-21-2019, 03:51 AM - Forum: Upcoming Horror Movies - No Replies

Bit (2019)

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Quote:A transgender teenage girl on summer vacation in Los Angeles fights to survive after she falls in with four queer feminist vampires, who try to rid the city's streets of predatory men.

The film that will be closing out Popcorn Frights this year. It looks like Assassination Nation with vampires, and the guy who made it also did Boogeyman Pop at last year's festival, which I enjoyed. Keen on seeing how he does with a bigger budget, since while that film had its problems, ideas and imagination weren't among them.

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  The Gravedigger (2019)
Posted by: Kevin R. - 07-21-2019, 03:43 AM - Forum: Upcoming Horror Movies - No Replies

The Gravedigger (2019)

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Quote:Set in the late 1700s, in one of Bavaria’s forgotten cemeteries, a lone gravedigger discovers a hideously scarred man hiding in a fresh grave. What the gravedigger doesn’t know is that the man is none other than the monster created by a mad doctor. What the scarred man doesn’t know is the gravedigger’s hand in his creation. And what neither men know is that they are hunted by their shared past.

This one caught my attention for one reason: it's made by Infinite Abyss, a local theater troupe here in Fort Lauderdale that's frequently worked with Popcorn Frights at their past Friday Night Frights events, and who did impress me with their stage show last Halloween. And it looks like they'll be coming to the big festival this year. Can't wait.

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  In Fabric (2019)
Posted by: Kevin R. - 07-21-2019, 03:39 AM - Forum: Upcoming Horror Movies - No Replies

In Fabric (2019)

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Quote:In Fabric is a haunting ghost story set against the backdrop of a busy winter sales period in a department store and follows the life of a cursed dress as it passes from person to person, with devastating consequences.

The second I saw the A24 logo in front of the trailer, I knew I was in for something weird in the best way, and the trailer did not disappoint. Seeing this at Popcorn Frights next month.

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  Knives and Skin (2019)
Posted by: Kevin R. - 07-21-2019, 03:33 AM - Forum: Upcoming Horror Movies - No Replies

Knives and Skin (2019)

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Quote:"Knives and Skin" is a mystical teen noir that follows a young girl's disappearance in the rural Midwest and its effect on teens and parents.

Popcorn Frights' synopsis describes it as, basically, High School Musical if it were made by David Lynch. Can't really argue with that.

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  Paradise Hills (2019)
Posted by: Kevin R. - 07-21-2019, 03:26 AM - Forum: Upcoming Horror Movies - Replies (1)

Paradise Hills (2019)

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Quote:A mysterious boarding school perfectly reforms wayward girls to fit their surroundings' exact desires.

Hey look, Repo, it's your favorite actress! Tongue

Okay, seriously, this looks wild. I love both the premise, which reminds me of a modern-day Stepford Wives in the best way, and the visuals in the trailer more than live up to it. It all gives off the feel of a dystopian YA novel, except they don't have to sand it down to a PG-13 rating in order to get teenagers in the seats. I won't lie, this is one of the films I'm most excited to check out at Popcorn Frights next month. (And I do like the cast, too.)

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