ATTENTION HORROR FANS!
We just told you about some great upcoming outdoor SP00KY SZN screenings in DC and Baltimore, but if you feel more comfortable at home, NIGHTSTREAM is just the ticket; a virtual treasure trove of horror films, it melds festivals (including Brooklyn Horror Fest) that have been physically canceled this year.
In addition to a full lineup of digital film screenings, highlights include the world premiere of Hulu’s RUN (starring Sarah Paulson), as well as THE DOORMAN (starring Ruby Rose), plus BHFF’s annual HOME INVASION shorts block ft. NYC filmmakers.
You can also catch conversations with Nia DaCosta (the upcoming Jordan Peel produced CANDYMAN), Mary Harron (AMERICAN PYHSCHO) and Rusty Cundieff (TALES FROM THE HOOD), plus look out for special guests like Elijah Wood, Barbara Crampton and Larry Fessenden.
Badges are currently on sale with the following options available – Night Owl (5 tickets – $65), Homebody (10 tickets – $99) and Events Only ($25 – worldwide access), with single tickets for films going on sale today.
NIGHTSTREAM is a fundraiser event and all proceeds go directly to the artists and filmmakers involved, as well as to the festivals to recoup losses incurred by COVID-19, and to charities and small businesses local to each fest.