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Coney Island Film Festival 2019 - Program 8 - Horror Films

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Coney Island Film Festival 2019 - Program 8 - Horror Films

Saturday, September 14, 2019 - 8:00pm

Online sales have ended. Purchase tickets at our box office, cash or credit, Friday, 9/13, 6:30pm-11pm, Saturday 9/14, 12pm-8pm.

All ticket sales are final, no refunds and pre-sales are Will Call only (tickets will not ship), to be picked up at our Box Office at 1208 Surf Ave., during the festival.

Directed by Peter Spann, Hamilton, Australia, 4:45, New York Premiere!

Two blood splattered little old ladies skulking through the bush, a real life super model, and tapioca pudding collide.

Directed by John Gray, NY, NY, 7:48, Brooklyn Premiere!

A young morgue attendant encounters an unwelcome visitor.

Too Late
Directed by Clayton Dean Smith, NY, NY, 3:52, Brooklyn Premiere!

Chad's ready to apologize to the woman he wronged. He can't screw up--the stakes couldn't be higher.

Directed by Pete Talamo, NY, 12:51, World Premiere!

After misbehaving all night at a Christmas celebration, young Hans hears the story of Krampus, the legendary Christmas demon known to punish children when they've been naughty.  Little does he know what awaits him when the lights go out.

The Chrysalis
Directed by Matt Kravitsky, Los Angeles, CA, 22:54, Brooklyn Premiere!

Two sisters trying to reconnect find themselves stranded in an abandoned theater during a vicious blizzard where they form a relationship with a mysterious runaway. Jealousy, sex, and violence expose the sister’s differences and no one comes out the same way they came in.

The Dam
Co-Directed by Matilda Szydagis, Ric Sechrest, NY, NY, 6:38, Brooklyn Premiere!

THE DAM is a horror story about disquiet waters, angry woods, and the man haunted by it all. In the North Woods, a dam worker is surrounded by mysterious disappearances of locals and brutal deaths of his co-workers deep down in the reservoir. He tries to get away from the nightmares, only to have his personal demons follow him into the water.

Directed by Jason Hood, Brooklyn, NY, 3:36, New York Premiere!

A coven of witches tries to cast out their demons and perform a cryptic spell.

Directed by Manny Serrano, NY, NY, 9:56

On Halloween night, a group of friends play a game, with a supposedly haunted Matryoshka doll, which unleashes more than a few tricks or treats..

Directed by Olivia Anton, NY, NY, 23:04, Brooklyn Premiere!

Julia is a pretty typical teen, except that a deadbeat drunk for a father and the murder of her best friend have made her fearless and brave beyond her years. When Julia and her friends secretly visit the abandoned “Tillie” mural at the old Palace Amusements, they seem to unsettle something, and as they spend the day at the local carnival, Julia’s friends start to go missing. Julia will have to get to the bottom of the disappearances, or – who knows? – she may be next.

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