In theaters for the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival 2018: The Cannibal Club (2018)

After you’ve captured the entire economy and all the political machinery of a country—it doesn’t matter which, but let’s say Brazil—and you’ve replaced the police with private security, and you’ve brought about massive unemployment, and you’re wondering what else there is for you to do, and you conclude that the only logical answer is to butcher and eat the lower classes, you might belong in The Cannibal Club (2018) by writer/director Guto Parente.

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In theaters for the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival 2018: Luz (2018)

A demonic possession jumps from person to person to catch up with its “girlfriend” Luz (Luana Velis), a blasphemous Chilean cab driver and talented amateur full-trance medium who needs serious work on her magic circle technique. The movie is Luz (2018). You don’t want to miss it.

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In theaters for the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival 2018: Knife + Heart (2018)

Paris, 1979. A masked psychopath stalks and murders the associates of a shoestring gay-porn production company. It’s part giallo and part smut movie with a strain of what I’m going to call magic realism, brought to you by co-writer/director Yann Gonzalez and released in this country as Knife + Heart (2018), a French-language pseudo-horror that made a stab for the Palme, which we don’t get to say too often around here.

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