Toronto After Dark 2007 Horror LineUp

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Toronto After Dark Film Festival is delighted to announce half its lineup of electrifying new horror and fantasy feature films which premiere this October 19-25 at the Bloor Cinema, in Toronto, Canada. The first 7 of 14 features were unveiled and the horror films that will be playing so far are as follows,

Automaton Transfusion: In a welcome departure from the recent deluge of zombie comedies, first-time feature director Stephen C. Miller delivers a full-on assault to the senses with a dead serious, and utterly terrifying zombie outbreak film with echoes of 28 DAYS LATER. ( Watch the Trailer )

PoultryGeist: Customers at a fast food chicken restaurant built on native burial grounds, get more than they ordered, when their food starts turning them into flesh-eating zombie chickens!  Legendary indie horror auteur, Lloyd Kaufman (TOXIC AVENGER, TERROR FIRMER) wraps up his illustrious directing career with a crowd-pleasing gross-out zombie musical that will delight both his old fans (yes plenty of blood, guts and nudity) and bring him new ones. 

MulBerry Street: A rat infestation in a multi-ethnic apartment building in Manhattan turns to sheer terror for tenants when those that get bitten transform into rabid flesh-eating creatures. Numerous references to post 9/11 America and the current war in Iraq, make this horror film a refreshingly original and timely piece of terror, very much in the spirit of legendary master of horror GEORGE ROMERO (Dawn of the Dead).

The Tripper: David Arquette’s (SCREAM) twisted writing-directing debut is a hilarious, blood-soaked horror film about a Ronald Reagan mask-wearing psycho-killer terrorizing a drug-fused music concert in the American woods.  The outstanding ensemble cast includes Jaime King (SIN CITY), Jason Mewes (CLERKS), Lukas Haas (BRICK), Thomas Jane (BOOGIE NIGHTS) and a scene-stealing Paul Reubens (PEE-WEE HERMAN).  Watch out for some deliriously trippy humour and outstanding kills! ( Watch the Trailer )

For more information on Toronto After Dark go visit the official website and tell em HorrorMovies.ca sent you so that they fix the quotes on their site. I dont see a single quote from this fine horror site. NOW That is just wrong kids!

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