Friday, October 10, 2014 @ 7:30 pm

Nicholas Variety, 570 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11217

Admission: $8 in advance, $10 at the door, $5 for Students/Seniors

Refreshments served.

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This month being the month of Halloween and all things scary, we are screening Caribbean films as close to this genre, as possible.  While we have not been able to find outright horror films made in the Caribbean, which we have not screened as yet, we were able to put our hands on some pretty good thrillers.  This will also be our last screening for the year – so come on out, hang with us and get your entertainment on.

by Ryan Figuera
Narrative Short
Trinidad & Tobago | 2014

Synopsis:  Victim tells the story of Lily, a young woman who’s troubled past leads her to the mysterious town in Marino Valley. The town is known for it’s lovely scenery of the neighbouring mountains, quiet community and the gruesome Valentine Killer. Lily finds herself in a battle for sanity as she is faced with horrific visions and the stalking of the serial killer.  Check out the trailer below:



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by Toni Blackford
Narrative Short
Jamaica | 2014

At a glance, Susan is a quiet, pensive housecleaner who takes her job seriously. A single phone call is all that she needs to clean up the mess and leave things pristine. But initial impressions rarely, if ever, give the full scope of a person—especially in the case of Susan.

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by Ryan Khan
Narrative Short
Trinidad & Tobago | 2014

A bride-to-be finds out her abusive mother has been released from prison, and has trouble dealing with the news.

We will also be screening a couple of “surprise” films.