Joe Chien (Zombie 108) returns to BIFFF on April 9 to present The Apostles, a horror film about a writer who suffers from nightmares and occasional memory loss.
Aux yeux des vivants
French directors Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury will be at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival (BIFFF) on April 10 to talk about their new horror movie Aux yeux des vivants. They will be accompanied by actress Béatrice Dalle and producer Fabrice Lambot.
Also on April 10, I'll be hosting a Q&A with director Craig Goodwill about his film Patch Town, the story about the life of a forsaken toy.
Axelle Carolyn will present her first feature film, the ghost movie Soulmate, on April 11. Horror fans might also know Axelle from her horror reference work It Lives Again! Horror Movies In The New Millennium.
Goal Of The Dead
It's not the hooligans you have to be afraid of. It's the zombies. Directors Benjamin Rocher and Thierry Poiraud will talk about their original zombie film during the Q&A on April 12.
Willow Creek: In Search Of Bigfoot
American comedian Bobcat Goldthwait (Police Academy) will be at BIFFF on April 14 to talk about Willow Creek, a documentary / found footage horror in which he goes searching for Bigfoot. And, of course, we'll explore the different theories about this mysterious creature as well.
Last, on April 16, I'll be hosting a Q&A with director Chris W. Mitchell and producer Jan Doense about The Pool, a Dutch horror movie about a lake in the middle of the woods, a bunch of campers, and a mysterious force that won't let them go.
In other news, author Loren Mathis has just interviewed me about my upcoming book, my previous ones, and, of course, Traveling Cats. You can read it here: Loren Mathis' author interview with Vanessa Morgan.