SXSW Horror Lineup   

February 5, 2008 At the South by Southwest Festival March 7-16 in Austin, they've announced the lineup of horror movies playing the "Round Midnight" section of the fest. Here's what's scheduled.

Dance of the Dead. Directed by Gregg Bishop. Starring Jared Kusnitz, Greyson Chadwick, Justin Welborn. This is about the living dead hitting a prom.

Not Your Typical Bigfoot Movie. Directed by Jay Delaney. Two bigfoot researchers in Ohio search for Sasquatch.

Otis. Directed by Tony Krantz. Starring Daniel Stern, Illeana Douglas, Kevin Pollack. A teen turns the tables on her serial killer/abductor. The film was produced by Raw Feed, the folks behind "Rest Stop."

Shuttle. Directed by Edward Anderson. Starring Peyton List and Cameron Goodman. Horror on the late-night shuttle from the airport.

Southern Gothic. Directed by Mark Young. Starring Yul Vazquez, Nicole Duport, William Forsythe. An evil undead preacher in the south.

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