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Two More Horror Flicks Added to 'After Dark Horrorfest III'

October 6, 2008 (3:11 am) GMT
'Dying Breed' and 'Autopsy' officially join the line-up of After Dark's '8 Films to Die For'.
Two More Horror Flicks Added to 'After Dark Horrorfest III'

On Sunday, October 5, Bloody-Disgusting reported that two more horror movies, "" and "", have fallen into After Dark Horrorfest III's line-up for their "8 Films to Die for". The additional two films join the five previously announced collections that include "", "", "", "" and "".

"Dying Breed" is a horror thriller from director Jody Dwyer. It is said to be inspired by the legends of a 19th-century cannibal and an extinct tiger and tells the story of four friends who discover deathly mystery lurking in Australian bush. Meanwhile, "Autopsy" comes from one of the "" writers, Adam Gierasch. The Seven Arts Pictures film centers its story on a woman in search of her injured boyfriend in a bizarre and dangerous hospital.

Earlier, it has been reported that the third annual After Dark Horrorfest has pushed back its schedule. Originally slated to be started on January 2, 2009, the horror film festival featuring eight independent horror movies will now kick off its scare on January 9, 2009 to be closed on January 15, 2009. The cities selected for the special event include Atlanta, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, San Diego, Washington, DC and New York.

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