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July 12th, 2006 11:13:00
July 12th: Not to be Missed

Necromancer, gagnant en 2005 pour ces effets spťciaux au Asia-Pacific Film Festival.
Necromancer, gagnant en 2005 pour ces effets spťciaux au Asia-Pacific Film Festival.
Ils, frissons garantis.
Ils, frissons garantis.

For the seventh day of the festival, we will go around the world and visit Korea, Japan, Thailand, United-States and France right before your eyes. North American premieres, special guests and reruns are included in todayís menu. So, letís take a look at what is planned for today.

We are hitting it off big today with both Tokyo Zombie and Murder, Take One playing for a second time. They both provoked good reactions from the crowd. We immediately follow with two very awaited new releases that are SARS Wars from Thailand, and Blood Rain from Korea. These will be showed only once, so make sure you donít miss it.

Another movie from Thailand is scheduled for later tonight, but as a premiere this time. For the first time in North America, Piyapak Choopethís latest movie, Necromancer, will be presented. Necromancer, winner of Asia-Pacific Film Festivalís special effects award in 2005, is a movie you should definitely add to your list.

Sean Branney will be present at the festival tonight for the second showing of The Call Of Cthulu, adapted from the novel of the late H.P. Lovecraft.

The privilege goes to France, who will close the seventh day of the festival. France will make an official entry this year with the terrifying suspense, Ils, Chills garanteed.

Eric S. Boisvert

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