Comic-Con 2011 Live: Francis Ford Coppola Unveils His Horror 'Twixt'

July 23, 2011

Francis Ford Coppola

Our final live blog from the depths of Hall H at Comic-Con 2011 happens this morning, covering the very intriguing and mysterious panel that brings legendary filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola back to the Con after being here years ago for Bram Stoker's Dracula. The panel is for Twixt, which we saw the first photo from a few days ago. Coppola and acclaimed musician Dan Deacon present sequences from Coppola's new horror film, TWIXT, and involve the audience in a dress rehearsal of the completely unique and innovative way they plan on performing it. That's the official description for it, I'm curious to see what this is all about.

Updates LIVE directly from Francis Ford Coppola's Twixt panel at Comic-Con Saturday at 11:45AM PDT:

This live blog is being updated by's Alex and Ethan directly from from Hall H at Comic-Con in San Diego. As always, any/all of our continuing posts from Comic-Con 2011 can be found here in this category.

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Reader Feedback - 2 Comments


I walked in late on this one but what he was doing with it was AMAZING! I especially loved it when he wanted to shuffle to see how it would turn out... I'm sold!

Erika Payne on Jul 24, 2011


looking forward to this

Loser on Jul 24, 2011

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