The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival will return in 2020 for its fifth edition and run for another full eight days from October 15th to the
DANIEL ISN’T REAL, arguably one of the most colorful (in more ways than one) horror films to descend its way onto 2019, will finally be
Recently, we (along with our friends in What’s Your favorite Scary Movie (WYFSM) podcast) had the chance to speak with DANIEL ISN’T REAL director Adam
I’m the kind of critic who blindly scrambles adjectives down in a notebook during every film I’m reviewing during screenings— I jot down quick descriptors
Ever wonder what a quieter, art-house, foreign-language version of a Pet Sematary riff mixed with Romero + Juliet would look like? You probably haven’t. But,
Hot off the heels of its first wave announcement, which included Opening Night Film THE BEACH HOUSE and DANIEL ISN’T REAL as Centerpiece, the Brooklyn
The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival returns to bring the best and most provocative horror cinema to local screens across Brooklyn from October 17th – 24th!