Jessica Biel, Bill Pullman, Eli Roth, Tom Holland (Spider-Man), Richard Armitage (The Hobbit), Jon Bernthal (The Walking Dead, Fury), Stanley Weber (Outlander), up-and-coming master of horror Mickey Keating and a huge cast of scaremakers treat you to heart-racing late-night fun at #Tribeca2017
Admit it, you like being scared. You like the little jolt of fear in your spine. The excuse to grab your date’s hand in the dark theater. The impulse to flip on every light in the house when you get home and the shot of adrenaline when you hear a bump in the night. The scary-movie experience lives with you just a little bit more vividly. It makes you feel alive.
This year, the Tribeca Film Festival’s lineup of late-night horror fun won’t let you down. From the based-on-a-true-story tale of an Australian teenager kidnapped by a pair of deranged serial killers (Ben Young’s Hounds of Love), to a bloodbath symphony-for-the-screen from one of the most acclaimed up-and-coming young directors in the horror genre (Mickey Keating’s Psychopaths), and a tale of religious fervor that gives way to visceral violence (Brendan Muldowney’s The Pilgrimage), to small-screen scares The Sinner, a new psychological crime thriller series starring Jessica Biel, and a slate of creepy digital shorts from CryptTV — from the real-life account of a man whose body is stretched and pierced into a piece of daring art to the story of a child’s toy that reveals horrors around every corner of a suburban home — the 2017 Tribeca Film Fest will have your pulse racing.
Check out top picks for scary cinematic fun below, or use the DISCOVER tool on the TRIBECA APP to browse all of Tribeca's fright night features. Add your favorites to your Wishlist, then purchase tickets with a click of a button.
Are you scared yet? Learn more at the Tribeca Film Festival website today!
This post is brought to you by Tribeca Film Festival.