Best Horror Movies to See At Tribeca Film Festival 2015

Best Horror Movies to See At Tribeca Film Festival 2015

Tribeca Film Festival is just around the corner, April 15-25, 2015 — here’s some of the best horror films at the festival that you must see that are sure to scare your pants off at TFF 2015:

#1 – Stung (Buy Tickets Here)

In a remote country villa set amid foggy rural farmlands, the elderly widow of a pharmaceutical magnate holds an annual garden party for the local elite in honor of her late husband. But the festivities take a grisly turn when a plague of giant killer wasps is unleashed on the unsuspecting partygoers, leaving the caterers Julia and Paul pitted against the seven-foot mutant predators in a deadly fight for survival.

A delightfully gory horror comedy from first-time director/mad scientist Benni Diez,Stung revels in its outlandish premise, never shying away from the opportunity to showcase the film’s gruesome creations. With its seamless blend of CGI and oozing practical effects, this modern update of the ’80s creature feature is a thrilling and inventive rollercoaster ride.

—Ian Hollander


That Kid That’s an Extra in Every Movie, Jesse Heiman, Get’s His Own Documentary

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Magic Happens Productions Launches Jesse Heiman Documentary on Kickstarter

Production company will use crowdfunding to raise money for its first documentary, World’s Great Extra Los Angeles, CA (July 3, 2013):

Magic Happens Productions, LLC announces the launch of a Kickstarter crowdfunding
campaign for their new feature-length documentary film, JESSE HEIMAN: WORLD’S GREATEST
EXTRA. With a goal of $65,000 to be raised over a period of 30 days, starting on July 3, 2013 at 12:01AM ET,
producers Nick Weis and Emily Carroll, are turning to the global community of Heiman’s fans for support.
The film follows a year in the life of Jesse Heiman as he tries to parlay his career of, predominantly, background
extra work into the realm of being a leading man, riding momentum generated from a 2013 Super Bowl commercial.
The concept was inspired by the “World’s Greatest Extra” viral video on YouTube, created by Swedish native,
Wilhelm Hempel. In the digital equivalent to Where’s Waldo, Hempel highlights Heiman as a background extra in
more than 25 different Blockbuster films and TV shows. From “Chuck” to “Arrested Development”, CATCH ME
IF YOU CAN and SPIDERMAN, Jesse’s face is recognizable to audiences worldwide. With more than 3.3 million
views, Hempel’s video caught the attention of Director/Producer, Nick Weis, from Louisville, KY.
“Jesse’s face is one people know but surprisingly his name isn’t. I found [Wilhelm’s] YouTube video and five hours
later, I was engulfed in Jesse’s blog and Twitter,” says Weis. “As a documentary filmmaker, he’s the kind of subject
you dream of finding.” Curiosity led to a Facebook message, and when Jesse showed interest in the project, Weis
reached out to long-time friend and filmmaker, Emily Carroll, to partner in producing the film.
“Jesse’s story is pretty fascinating and profoundly happenstance,” says Carroll, “But even more compelling is his
earnest demeanor and how he handles the world — and people — around him.”
The Kickstarter campaign will conclude on Thursday, August 2, 2013 at 12:01AM, and must raise at least
$65,000 to get funded. With rewards ranging from t-shirts to video messages, digital downloads and original art, the
campaign is utilizing Heiman’s celebrity in hopes his international fan base will respond. Money raised in this
campaign will go toward buying production equipment and insurance, crew and travel expenses, and other costs
related to 8 additional months of principal photography. A portion of each dionation is tax-deductible through
partnership with Heiman’s favorite 501(c)(3), The Poopie Foundation (dba Lucky Puppy Rescue and Retail), located
in Studio City, California.

Twitter: @JesseHeimanFilm