What’s better than one scary story? Four scary stories, of course. Tonight, as a part of their series “Scary Movies 2012,” the Film Society of Lincoln Center screens the New York premiere of Horror Stories, an anthology film in which six established Korean horror directors, including Hong Ji-Young and Im Dae-Woong, took a, err, stab at creating four terrorizing episodes. The result is 108 intense minutes of nail-biting suspense as the maniacs of each film wreak havoc in various confined spaces. One story is set on an airplane with a—gulp!—serial killer on board; another concerns children in an apartment building on the run from a deranged psychopath. In short, there will be blood—lots of it.
Mon., Oct. 29, 9 p.m., 2012
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