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    Asian Horror Double Header in Dallas, TX on October 24

    Source: Asian Film Festival of Dallas Special Thanks to Mike Keller

    In conjunction with Texas Frightmare Weekend, the Asian Film Festival of Dallas is holding a membership drive on October 24 at the Studio Movie Grill-Addison (5405 Beltline Rd. Dallas, TX, 75248). Scary movie fans are invited to celebrate Halloween early with a double feature of two excellent, spectacular, gory, fun Asian horror flicks, and participate in AFFD`s Costume Contest. Come dressed as your favorite Asian horror character. There will be a Prize for Best Costume plus lots of other door prizes. Ticket prices are $12.50 per screening or both films for $20. For more details, visit AFFD`s Asian Horror Double Header page. Theater info is available on the Studio Movie Grill-Addison website or by calling (972) 991-6684. The Films: 9:30PM - MACABRE (Rumah Dara, 2009) Written and Directed by The Mo Brothers. Starring Shareefa Daanish, Julie Estelle, Dendy Subangil, Sigi Wimala, Ario Bayu, Daniel Mananta, Mike Lucock, Rully Lubis, Imelda Therine, Arifin Putra, Aming. Produced by Nation Pictures and Merah Production. Indonesia, 95 minutes. A high-spirited road trip is interrupted when a group of friends pick up Dara (Shareefa Daanish), a girl who has just been robbed and offer to take her home to a mysterious house in the deep woods. No good deed goes unpunished, to the tune of severed limbs, decapitations, and several flavors of graphic mayhem. Full length expansion of The Mo Brothers short DARA.

    11:30PM - VAMPIRE GIRL VS. FRANKENSTEIN GIRL (Kyuketsu Shojo tai Shojo Furanken, 2008) Directed by Yoshihiro Nishimura and Naoyuki Tomomatsu. Screenplay by Naoyuki Tomomatsu. Starring Yukie Kawamura, Takumi Saito, Eri Otoguro, Kanji Tsuda, Eihi Shiina. Produced by Pony Canyon Concept Films and Excellent Films. Japan, 85 minutes. Two girls (Eri Otoguro and Yukie Kawamura), one boy (Takumi Saito), a mad scientist lab, and blood-laced sweet treats - high school love triangles go berzerk in this body-modified, gore-spouting, self-mutilating, seriously un-PC romp from Yoshihiro Nishimura, the director of TOKYO GORE POLICE. Based on a manga by Shungiku Uchida, VAMPIRE GIRL VS. FRANKENSTEIN GIRL was co-directed by Naoyuki Tomomatsu (STACY, ZOMBIE SELF DEFENSE FORCE) and features the talents of action director Tak Sakaguchi (VERSUS, AZUMI, GODZILLA: FINAL WARS, BE A MAN! SAMURAI SCHOOL) and visual effects supervisor Tsuyoshi Kazuno (SAMURAI PRINCESS, MACHINE GIRL).

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