Submitted into the lineup are "Borderland", "The Deaths of Ian Stone", "Unearthed", "Frontiers", "Nightmare Man", and "Mulberry Street."
Bringing back its annually held Horrorfest, After Dark Films has picked up six horror pictures to be featured as part of its 8 Films to Die For. Titles announced are "Borderland", "The Deaths of Ian Stone", "Unearthed", "Frontiers", "Nightmare Man", and "Mulberry Street."
All movies will grace over 350 theaters across the States starting from November 9 up to November 18, 2007. In celebrating the event, After Dark offers All Access Passes and even chance to pre-order tickets as well as to grab the Goodie Bags on the festival's official site, an option they did not present last year.
In addition, this second annual Horrorfest is also holding the Miss Horrorfest 2007 contest with a grand prize of $50,000 and a one year contract as After Dark Films' spokesperson. Eight contestants have already been selected to compete for becoming the top three finalists that will be announced this Friday, October 19, 2007 on YouTube.
UPDATE 10/19/2007: After Dark Films' CEO Courtney Solomon has announced that post-apocalyptic cannibal tale "Tooth and Nail" has been added to the lineup. Written and directed by Mark Young, pic focuses on a group of survivors in a post-apocalyptic global who must fight against a band of vicious cannibals.