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Coney Island Film Festival 2021 - Program 10 - Horror Shorts 2

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Coney Island Film Festival 2021 - Program 10 - Horror Shorts 2

Dates: 
Saturday, September 18, 2021 - 10:00pm

All attendees must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination and wear masks.

Online sales have ended. Tickets are available at our Box Office for $8, cash or credit.

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. 


Posted No Hunting 
Directed by Alisa Stern, Brooklyn, NY, 2:36, New York City Premiere/US Premiere

An encounter in the woods is captured on a trail cam.


Exit 66
Directed by Mark DePasquale, Lenlee Hosang, Brooklyn, NY, 6:23, World Premiere

In the dead of night, two travelers are stalked and tormented by the evils lurking on a wooded road.


SUNDOWN TOWN
Directed by Mylo Butler, NY, 10:15, New York City Premiere

Bryce & Mitchell's trip home is disrupted after making a pit stop in a mysteriously unwelcoming town.


Bloodshed
Directed by Paolo Mancini, Daniel Watchorn, Burlington, On, 12:37, New York City Premiere

Ridden with guilt after the untimely death of his wife from a rare blood disease, grief-stricken Getty turns his hobby shed into a bloody altar of worship and brutal sacrifice in his relentless search for Redemption. As he descends into madness, many will bleed... BLOODSHED. It's where you bleed.


Ipecac
Directed by Greg Hanson, Brooklyn, NY, 9:08, New York City Premiere/US Premiere

A gambling addict realizes he can literally cough up money but instead of paying off his old debts, he accrues horrible new ones.


Call for Me
Directed by Eric Emma, New York, NY, 13:26

Based on Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s poem, “Crossing the Bar” and inspired by Roger Corman’s Edgar Allen Poe films. “Call for Me” tells the story of a young woman trying to join a secret Hollywood society called, “The Amaranths,” but can she and her skeptical boyfriend pass the test?


Make A Wish
Directed by Dinh Thai, CA, 8:29, Brooklyn Premiere

A light-hearted comedy about the sweetest fiancé giving her boyfriend the best birthday present ever.


Koreatown Ghost Story
Directed by Minsun Park & Teddy Tenenbaum, Encino, Ca, 14:52

In this supernatural horror tale based on a Korean ritual starring Margaret Cho and Lyrica Okano, a woman entertains a macabre marriage offer that would let her pursue her dreams, for better or for much much worse.

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