Last year was our first year attending the Montreal Comiccon and we had a fantastic experience. Among the various cosplay costumes and vendor booths, there were a ton of signing opportunities and a number of panels and screenings to see. Some of our favorite moments include meeting and interviewing Tom Savini, Lloyd Kaufman, Jacob‘s Larry Carrell (and a few others from the cast), and so much more.
Last year’s Montreal Comiccon was also the first year that the Montreal HorrorFest made an appearance. As a bunch ofhounds here at , we’re stoked that it’s back again this year. The first wave of feature films to be screened have been revealed, and we have to say they look freakin’ fabulous.
Below, you can check out the trailers and details for the Montreal Comiccon HorrorFest feature films. Enjoy and let us know what looks the most appealing to you. Personally, Found looks very, very, very interesting — even if there’s stiff competition from Henry Rollins and.
Directed by: Frank W. Montag
Produced by: Frank W. Montag/Mario von Czapiewski
Starring: Mike Zick, Alexandra Lesch, Kristiana Rohder, Lara Baum, Dominik Schneider
Running Time: 76 min
Kati (Alexandra Lesch) is a young model on her way to a birthday party for her little sister Celine (Lara Baum). Tanja (Kristiana Rohder), Kati’s best friend, and other friends want to celebrate and camp near the woods. While preparing the party, the girls get attacked by strangers. Kati, still on the way to the camping place, loses her way in the woods and is led onto the wrong track by a vagabond (Jessica Klauss). When her car is stolen afterwards, Kati finds herself lost deep in the forest and arrives at an old factory, where a clan of cannibals is already preparing their feast’s main course – Kati’s friends.
Directed by: John V. Knowles
Produced by: Lotti Pharriss Knowles
Starring: Allison Scagliotti, Francia Raisa, Louise Griffiths, Amy Okuda, Jennifer Gimenez, Stuart Gordon
Running Time: 95 min
In the early 1600s, Countess Elizabeth Bathory slaughtered more than 600 young women believing if she bathed in the blood of virgins that she would stay young and beautiful forever. Still alive today, she’s found a perfect hunting ground for her “botox” as an abstinence educator in conservative America, and the young ladies of San Griento High are poised to be her next victims. But will her unholy ritual finally be stopped by Leah Ratliff, a feminist blogger and ambitious reporter for the school paper?
Directed by: Adam Bartlett and John Pata
Produced by: Adam Bartlett, Dan Kiggins, Lee Marohn, John Pata
Starring: Joe Belknap, Mary Lindberg, Michelle Courvais, Aaron Christensen, Sam Lenz
Running Time: 89 min
In the wake of an apocalyptic viral outbreak, Charlie Russell treks through the wilderness to reunite with his girlfriend, Samantha. As Charlie’s journey brings him closer to his destination of Wausau, Wisconsin, he must face physical exhaustion, malicious survivors, and, perhaps most menacing, his own emotional burdens. With his newfound traveling companions, Charlie must attempt to overcome his obsession with the past. He must learn to let it go.
Death Do Us Part
Directed by: Nicholas Humphries
Produced by: Julia Benson, Peter Benson
Starring: Julia Benson, Peter Benson
Running Time: 90 min
Kennedy Jamieson, a wealthy socialite, has waited her whole life to have the perfect wedding. Engaged to the charming Ryan Harris, the young couple is just a week away from the big day but hasn’t had a chance to celebrate their respective bachelor/bachelorette parties. Ryan’s best man Chet books a remote cabin in the woods to throw them a “Jack and Jill” stag that they’ll never forget. Out in the middle of nowhere, things take a horrifying turn as members of the group are brutally picked off one by one. What started out as a celebration quickly descends into a bloody nightmare. Friendships are ripped apart and accusations fly in this blood filled psychological horror with a whodunit twist.
Find out why Found looks so amazing at this year’s Montreal Comiccon HorrorFest after the jump…