Hard-boiled Corbin Nash is having a time almost as tough as his jawline in sin city Los Angeles. The incorruptible cop never runs out of citizens to save or crimes to solve. And there’s his tragic past. Nash’s parents were mysteriously murdered years ago and the case has become his lifelong obsession. All leads have turned into dead ends. Then, one fateful night, Corbin discovers that he comes from a long line of demon hunters. Queeny and Vince, two suspects with an unquenchable thirst for blood, could have something to do with him being an orphan. It’s time to follow in his parents’ footsteps. Corbin Nash, directed by Ben Jagger and co-written with his brother Dean S. Jagger (Game of Thrones, Travelers), is a love letter to vintage B-movies, a clash between Death Wish and The Lost Boys. Todd Matthew Grossman (Mad Max: Fury Road, John Wick) held the production reins, while an entire legion of genre veterans make their appearance: Rutger Hauer, Malcolm Mc Dowell, Druce Davision and Corey Feldman, the latter in a succulent over-the-top performance as a transvestite bloodsucker. This world premiere is a bloody must see at the BIFFF!