Well, the official site hasn't been all that forthcoming about the event, but those astute goregeeks at Bloody-Disgusting.com were able to break out the slate for the rest of us. Should you happen to reside somewhere near the specially-selected cities, these are the movies you'll be able to see:
- The Abandoned -- It played Toronto. I missed it. Heard good things.
- Dark Ride -- Slasher stalks an amusement park.
- The Gravedancers -- Over and over I'm hearing good chit-chat on this one.
- Infection -- The horror sites are assuming it's this Infection (which I liked), but maybe it's actually this Infection. We shall see.
- Penny Dreadful -- A girl with autophobia has Mimi Rogers for a shrink. Cool title though.
- Reincarnation -- Another piece of LG-owned J-horror.
- Sisters -- Chloe Sevigny and Stephen Rea in a tale of conjoined-twin terror.
- Unrest -- Young docs deal with haunted corpse. Saw it at Fantastic Fest: A little slow, but not bad.
- Wicked Little Thing -- Also known as The Children, it's about ghost children.