Morningstar Films' post-apocalyptic cannibal tale, Tooth and Nail, is the latest pick-up by After Dark Films for After Dark Horrorfest 2007 it was announced by After Dark Films' CEO Courtney Solomon following its premiere at Screamfest 2007 Tuesday night. Tooth and Nail joins Borderland, The Deaths of Ian Stone, Frontiers, Nightmare Man and Unearthed in the 2007 line-up which plays November 9 - 18, 2007.

Starring Rachel Miner, Rider Strong, Robert Carradine, Vinnie Jones and Michael Madsen, Tooth and Nail follows a group of survivors in a post-apocalyptic global fight against a band of vicious cannibals. The film was produced by Jonathan Sachar and Patrick Durham and written and directed by Mark Young.

"Mark Young is a vibrant and visionary new voice in horror," said After Dark's CEO Courtney Solomon. "We're thrilled to select Tooth and Nail as a part of After Dark Horrorfest 2007."

"We are thrilled to be working with After Dark Films on this picture and excited to be part of After Dark Horrorfest 2007 - '8 Films to Die For', " stated producers Jonathan Sachar and Patrick Durham.

Along with its partners AMC, Regal and Cinemark, After Dark Horrorfest2007 runs over the course of one week (2 weekends) on over 300 screens across the United States from November 9 - 18th, making it the largest commercial film festival in the world. This unique festival is the first of its kind, premiering "8 Films to Die For," celebrating the horror genre by showcasing films that run the spectrum of horror from thrillers to gore to the supernatural. After achieving groundbreaking success in its inaugural year, now After Dark Films is back with an even bigger and better Horrorfest.

In 2006, After Dark Horror Fest: 8 Films to Die For became the first film festival in history to break into the top 10 at the national box office, grossing over 2.5 million dollars, on only a quarter of the screens of any other film in the top ten that weekend.. The "8 Films to Die For" package, released on DVD by partner Lionsgate Films, has reached great success with 1.8 million DVDs in circulation.