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Dread Central Review - The Thompsons

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Six years ago (six!) the After Dark Horrorfest struck theatres. A rather brilliant idea, Horrorfest’s “8 Films to Die For” essentially acted as a wide release horror film festival, bringing several indie genre pics to movie theatres nationwide, allowing fans to catch some creepy fare on the big screen that’d normally be relegated to straight-to-DVD releases. It was a fantastic idea, hampered only by the inescapable fact that most of the films were just no damn good (Jim Mickle’s Mulberry Street and Nacho Cerdà’s fantastic The Abandoned excepted), which ultimately killed the fest after four years...

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