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  Brad Dourif at the New York City Horror Film Festival [read more]
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  At this year's 15th edition of the New York City Horror Film Festival, broad-ranged character actor Brad Dourif, beloved to fright fans as the voice of killer doll Chucky, will receive the event's Lifetime Achievement Award on Saturday, Oct. 28. The prestigious trophy honors Mr. Dourif for his long-ranging contributions to horror cinema, and the actor will accept in person.

Brad Dourif began his career on the stage where he was eventually noticed by Milos Forman and cast as Billy Bibbit in ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST, a role which earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. He has brought his craft to classic genre films including the John Carpenter-scripted EYES OF LAURA MARS; David Lynch's DUNE and BLUE VELVET; and William Peter Blatty's THE EXORCIST III. Dourif gained further renown for voicing Chucky in the CHILD'S PLAY franchise, the latest film of which, CULT OF CHUCKY, debuts this fall.

13 features and 31 short films make up this year's festival, which opens Thurs Oct. 26, with a range of films including New York premieres of Mitchell Altieri's THE NIGHT WATCHMEN; Norbert Keil's REPLACE starring Barbara Crampton; Benjamin Arfmann's DISMISSED starring Dylan Sprouse; Richard Stringham's CLOSE CALLS; and Mathieu Turi's HOSTILE starring Javier (IT) Botet; and the North American premiere of Michael Mongillo's ghost story DIANE.
  Graeme Clark [12 Sep 2017 at 23:39]
     

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