• LIU Kumble Theater
  • October 18, 2019
  • Friday, 6:30PM to 8:30PM

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LIU Kumble Theater

Friday, 6:30PM to 8:30PM
October 18, 2019



LIU Kumble Theater

Friday, 6:30PM to 8:30PM
October 18, 2019


New York City’s genre filmmaking talent is put on full display in our annual showcase built to equally impress and scare, this time featuring twisted meet-cutes, sadistic bakers and insatiable demons.

Deja Vu, dir. Cameron Strittmatter

During their office party, Neil convinces Lydia to investigate her recurring nightmare.

LVRS, dir. Emily Bennett

An experimental performance-driven examination of an abusive relationship and its horrible consequences.

Laundry Night, dir. A.K. Espada

Having a laundry room in your building can be a great amenity…unless it’s in a dark, creepy basement.

Bakemono, dir. Sumire Takamatsu and Jorge Lucas

The Japanese holiday of Setsubun is a day to cast out evil spirits from your home. But little Ayumi is afraid they’ll be cold and starve outside.

Brain Jail, dir. Carleton Ranney

A fateful meeting between two strangers sends a young woman spiraling into paranoia and madness.

The Muffin Man, dir. Ethan Blum

Do you know the Muffin Man? The Muffin Man who’s certifiably insane.

Let Me Play, dir. Andrew Bell

Grace has had enough of her brother’s bullying and is ready to make him pay with the help of an unexpected ally.

The Taxidermist, dir. Natalie Johnson (USA)

A woman is tortured by memories of a terrible experience in her taxidermy shop.

Ed, dir. Robbie Lemieux

Why does it seem like Ed never leaves the office? What’s he up to?

Horizontal Fall, dir. Tin Lee

She really wants to kill this guy—all it’s going to take is figuring out this pesky time loop.

Deep Tissue, dir. Meredith Alloway

A masseuse skilled in a unique form of treatment takes on a new client.

The Rat, dir. Carlen May-Mann

After a date gone bad, a girl starts to question who she’s with in this coming-of-age chiller.

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