Actor Brea Grant is no stranger to horror tropes. As a famed final girl to starring in Rob Zombie’s “Halloween II” and fan-favorite “Dexter,” Grant now takes the story into her own hands by writing the dark comedy slasher satire, “Lucky.” The film was slated to premiere at SXSW, and hosted its international debut at Fantasia before screening during the virtual Nightstream Festival.
Screenwriter-director duo Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, collectively known as Beck/Woods, spoke with journalist Joshua Rothkopf via Zoom during the Nightstream Film Festival. The filmmakers shared the inspiration behind hit film “A Quiet Place,” plus teased what’s ahead.
Critically-acclaimed psychological thriller “Bleed With Me” redefines co-dependent friendship. After premiering at the Fantasia Film Festival, “Bleed With Me” screened closing night at the virtual Nightstream Film Festival.
The horror genre has always been harnessed to embody the darkest emotions, bringing our greatest fears to life. In new indie horror thriller “An Unquiet Grave,” filmmakers Terence Krey and Christine Nyland portray the many stages of grief onscreen.
As far as fairytales go, “Honeydew” is more of a cautionary tale than a happy ending. The highly-anticipated film was originally slated to premiere at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival and debuted this weekend during the virtual Nightstream Festival.
Virtual film festival Nightstream unveiled its selection of premieres and special events for October 8 – 11th.