New York City: See “AT THE DEVIL’S DOOR” w/ Director Free this Friday


This Friday sees the theatrical release of Nicholas McCarthy’s AT THE DEVIL’S DOOR, an eerie, ambitious and offbeat Satanic creeper. In celebration, McCarthy, who helmed indie hit THE PACT, will be in attendance at New York City’s IFC CENTER (323 Avenue of the Americas) for the film’s 11:15 p.m. screening, taking questions and getting you in the mood for the film’s vibes. Want to go, free?

I’ll be introducing the film with McCarthy, and IFC Midnight has given FANGORIA a number of tickets to the show. I’m excited for you guys to see this film. Not only does it boast a fantastic opening, but the film as a whole is compelling, often very creepy and adventurous in its ever-shifting perspective.


AT THE DEVIL’S DOOR stars Catalina Sandino Moreno “ambitious young real estate agent Leigh, who’s asked to sell a house with a checkered past. There, she crosses paths with a disturbed girl whom she learns is the runaway daughter of the couple selling the property. When Leigh tries to intervene and help her, she becomes entangled with a supernatural force that soon pulls Leigh’s artist sister Vera (GLEE’s Naya Rivera) into its web — and has sinister plans for both of them.”

If you’d like to see AT THE DEVIL’S DOOR this Friday, September 12th at New York City’s IFC CENTER with writer-director Nicholas McCarthy in attendance, please e-mail Sam@Fangoria.com with “I’M AT THE DEVIL’S DOOR” in the subject.

For more on the film, which is now on VOD, see its trailer below!

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Fangoria.com Managing Editor Samuel Zimmerman has been at FANGORIA since 2009, where fresh out of the Purchase College Cinema Studies program, he began as an editorial assistant. Since, he’s honed both his writing and karaoke skills and been trusted with the responsibility of jury duty at Austin’s incredible Fantastic Fest. Zimmerman lives in and hails from The Bronx, New York where his pants are too tight and he’ll watch anything with witches.

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