Hell is not a place you want to accidentally visit, but that's exactly what happens to a cop squad in Can Evrenol's Baskin. This Friday, the International Horror and Sci-Fi Festival presents a special advance screening of the Turkish horror film at Phoenix's FilmBar. We also have details on when you can see the movie in New York and Los Angeles.

"The International Horror and Sci-Fi Festival is proud to present a special advanced screening of BASKIN in association with our friends from FilmBar in Phoenix. BASKIN is a Turkish horror film from director Can Evrenol. It played to rave reviews at the Toronto International Film Festival last fall and is making waves throughout the horror film community. A squad of unsuspecting cops go through a trapdoor to Hell when they stumble upon a Black Mass in a abandoned building, needless to say things go terrible wrong. The film seems grounded with practical effects and influences from auteurs like Clive Barker and Dario Argento, definitely not for the faint of heart BASKIN is a tour-de-force feature debut from a talented director.

Where: FilmBar Phoenix
When: February 26th, 2016
Time: 10pm
Price: $9.00

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Baskin will open theatrically in NY and will also be available on VOD starting on March 25th. The film will open theatrically in LA on April 1st.

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