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iW NEWS | After Dark Horrorfest Announces Line-Up

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire October 25, 2007 at 5:34AM

After Dark Films announced the final two films of its 2007 "8 Films To Die For" line-up, which will play November 9-18, 2007 . After Dark CEO Courtney Solomon announced "Crazy Eights," from director James Koya Jones, and George Bessudo's "Lake Dead" join previously announced films "Borderland," directed by Zev Berman, Dario Piana's "The Deaths of Ian Stone," Jim Mickle's "Mulberry Street," Rolfe Kanefsky's "Nightmare Man," Mark Young's "Tooth and Nail" and "Unearthed," directed by Matthew Leutwyler. With its partners AMC, Regal and Cinemark, After Dark Horrorfest 2007 will run on over 300 screens across the United States, making it the largest commercial film festival in the world. Last year, the fest became the first in history to break the top ten at the box office, grossing $2.5 million on only a quarter of the screens of any other film in the top ten that weekend. [Peter Knegt]
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After Dark Films announced the final two films of its 2007 "8 Films To Die For" line-up, which will play November 9-18, 2007 . After Dark CEO Courtney Solomon announced "Crazy Eights," from director James Koya Jones, and George Bessudo's "Lake Dead" join previously announced films "Borderland," directed by Zev Berman, Dario Piana's "The Deaths of Ian Stone," Jim Mickle's "Mulberry Street," Rolfe Kanefsky's "Nightmare Man," Mark Young's "Tooth and Nail" and "Unearthed," directed by Matthew Leutwyler. With its partners AMC, Regal and Cinemark, After Dark Horrorfest 2007 will run on over 300 screens across the United States, making it the largest commercial film festival in the world. Last year, the fest became the first in history to break the top ten at the box office, grossing $2.5 million on only a quarter of the screens of any other film in the top ten that weekend. [Peter Knegt]