The Film Society of Lincoln Center unspools its annual frightening festival Scary Movies (Wednesday, October 27th through Sunday, October 31st). In its fourth unearthly year, Scary Movies 4 returns with an onslaught of spine-tingling flicks - new premieres, rarities, classics, and more.
This year will include such scares as the World Premiere of Village of Shadows, the New York Premieres of Stake Land, Christopher Smith's Black Death and Triangle, and The Clinic (directed by James Rabbitts); along with a slate of classic frights.
Source: Shock Till You Drop
Handpicked from only the finest horror stock, the spooktacular lineup will feature an eclectic selection of both classic and contemporary eras-sure to surprise, delight, and just maybe scare you silly. Running 5-days, and presenting 13-movies along with featuring many special guests, if you needed an excuse to prepare for Halloween, now you have one.
New York premiere!
A couple on a road trip in the middle of the outback makes a pit stop at a sketchy motel... Sound familiar? Don't be fooled, for everything that follows this seen-it, done-that setup is anything but routine. When Cameron (Andy Whitfield) leaves his very pregnant wife Beth (Tabrett Bethell) alone in search of food, she's abducted and wakes up in a remote clinic, with her belly sewn closed and her newborn nowhere to be seen. She soon joins forces with four other similarly distraught women in a search for answers-and their babies. The Clinic takes its place alongside Inside and Grace in a recent vogue of memorable motherhood-as-the-ultimate-nightmare flicks.