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After Dark Horrorfest 8 Films To Die For

Updated on January 12, 2011

If you're a horror film fanatic that hasn't heard about "After Dark Horrorfest", you're seriously missing out. Each year they release eight different films within the genres of: thriller, horror, and super natural. These films are marketed as "8 Films To Die For". The films are then released into every major city of the US. If you're sick of watching the garbage that the major film companies produce each and every year-- you really need to check out these films. They'll actually keep you on the edge of your seat just like the old classic horror films did in their day.

After Dark Horrorfest 8 Films To Die For

If you're unable to find a showing of the films in your area don't fret. You're capable of buying the box set when it comes out. Honestly, I haven't watched one of these movies in which I wasn't interested in. Each one of them kept me completely entertained. I hate watching new horror films. There was something so classic about the past (IE Amityville Horror, Poltergeist, The Birds). There is just something about the millennium that has really messed up the horror film industry. The most recent to be released was After Dark Horrorfest 4. The 8 Films To Die For are as follows:

After Dark Horrorfest 4

1. Dread

2. Lake Mungo

3. Hidden

4. Kill Theory

5. The Final

6. The Graves

7. The Reeds

8. Zombies Of Mass Destruction

After Dark Horrorfest 8 Films To Die For. Don't take my word for it, give it a go. You'll be pleasantly surprised, and on the edge of your seat. After Dark Horrorfest takes a trip back in time to when horror was horror-- not special effects and make believe. Check out the 8 films to die for, you'll be happy that you did.


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      infomanic 6 years ago

      i love this series of horror movies they are really good, great hub thanks.