The Night Comes For Us
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The Night Comes For Us

The festival pulls from all over the globe to bring audiences the best in horror, sci-fi, cultish, and bizarre when it comes to film. Right out of the gate, The Happy Prince the first wave of films impresses with the J.J. Abrams-produced World War II horror thriller Overlord. Directed by Julius Avery and starring Jovan Adepo, the film will make its World Premiere at Fantastic Fest. Avery and Adepo will be in attendance along with castmembers Wyatt Russell, Pilou Asbaek, John Magaro and Mathilde Ollivier in attendance.

The Raid director will bring his folk horror pic Apostle starring Dan Stevens will also screen at the festival. The film follows a mysterious man who infiltrates Green Book a cult headed by Michael Sheen to rescue his sister. Timo Tjahjanto will bring his action thriller The Night Comes For Us where action stars Joe Taslim and Iko Uwais will go toe-to-toe in a pic that will guarantee bone-breaking action and a large body count.

The festival will also put the spotlight on the often overlooked female genre filmmakers. Ukranian director Marysia Nikitiu will bring her romantic visual mashup of genres with When The Trees Fall and Spain’s Sonia Escolano brings tension to religion, faith and belief in House of Sweat and Tears. Isabella Eklof will travel from Denmark to Austin with her Sundance Gotti hit Holiday and Fantastic Fest alumna Amanda Kramer will bring her post-apocalyptic teenage thriller Ladyworld to the fold.

Duration: 121 min

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The Night Comes For Us