Baskin, Turkish Supernatural Horror debuts at IFC.
Baskin, is the much anticipated Horror film directed by Can Evrenol. The film is written by Ogulcan Eren Akay, Can Evrenol, Cem Ozuduru, and Ercin Sadikoglu. The film debuts tomorrow morning , the 26th of March 2016 at the IFC Center. Screening begins at 12:05am (00:05). The limited engagement offered comes via IFC Midnight. Each showing begins at midnight and runs till the 31st of March 2016.
[box type=”note” align=”” class=”” width=””]Read Our Trailer Analysis on Can Evrenol’s “Baskin”[/box]
Horror connoisseurs living on the West Coast will have to wait till the 1st of April 2016. “Baskin” will have an opening screen at Arena Cinema in Los Angeles. The film is unrated and will be in Turkish with English subtitles.
The synopsis to “Baskin” reads as follows:
“A squad of unsuspecting cops goes through a trapdoor to Hell when they stumble upon a Black Mass in an abandoned building.”
DecayMag.com covered “Baskin” over the course
In 2013, Can Evrenol and Ogulcan Eren Akay, made a short film called “Baskin”. A group of Turkish police called into a desolate area stumble upon a squalid and blood-soaked den of satanic ritual. “Baskin” is a visceral trip into the darkest pits of a very palpable evil. The 2013 short has done so well, why not turn it into a feature film? Critics are already calling the Turkish horror “Baskin”the scariest, goriest, bloodiest movie of the year.
Stacy Cox, DecayMag.com
This is a Horror film to watch! If you’re in the New York City, tri-state area be sure to stop by the IFC Center and watch this mind blowing film. There’s plenty of eateries post screening. That is if appetites aren’t compromised from the graphic film.
Travel information to IFC Center and neighborhood eateries are provided in the map below. IFC Center is located in Greenwich Village, NYC. For subway access and schedule visit MTA.
“Baskin” Storyboard illustrations
Storyboard illustrations via Indie wire