For those fans in the New York area who are planning on attending this weekend's Hudson Horror Show IV: A December to Dismember on December 3rd, the film schedule has been finalized; and it is packed with classic, old school horror! Check it out.
New Yorkers, we've got a film festival that you're going to love! On December 3rd The Silver Cinema in Poughkeepsie, NY, will play host to a day of classic old school horror blended with some seriously obscure offerings. This is the Hudson Horror Show.
And the praise continues to come in for director Mike Flanagan's stunning atmospheric thriller Absentia as the film nabbed the Grand Jury prize during the 2011 Shriekfest Film Festival awards ceremony last night, closing out the Shriekfest's four-day celebration of the world of independent horror.
When it comes to selecting which movies you are going to put in your film festival, some organizers are better than others. Judging by the announcement of first wave of films to be screened at the Second Annual Telluride Film Festival in Telluride, Colorado, these guys know their shit!
Can you smell it, kids? It's the faint aroma of fall all around us; the kids are back to school, the days are shorter and the nights are longer which all indicate one thing- Halloween, our favorite time of the year, is fast approaching! Rejoice, fiends!
Never let it be said that Chris Alo, Ted Ledger and the rest of the crew over at the Hudson Horror Show rest on their laurels. Far from it. Already having a kick ass lineup of films slated for their fourth event, the boys decided to take it a step further and add a mystery sixth film to the day. Goddamn boys, how much horror can you expect to squeeze into one day?
Horror film festivals are all the rage lately with the lucky inhabitants of Colorado finally able to get in the game thanks in part to the Telluride Horror Show. They've got their second year coming up, and it's promising to be a good one.
Massachusetts residents, take note of the Boston Underground Film Festival. We don't get much in the way of genre film fests out this way so it's our duty to support this stuff when it happens, yes? In addition to buying a ticket and partaking in the glorious debauchery, read on to find out how you can give these fine folks a hand ensuring that BUFF '11 goes off without a hitch.
Los Angeles’ venerated Screamfest is ramping up for a big year in 2011, and it's hard to believe they're already looking for submissions for this October. Got a short film or unproduced screenplay hanging around? Then this concerns YOU!
For our readers living in the Midwest, take note of this Friday's Terror in the Aisles horror festival. Not only is it your chance to dig on REC 2, but there's lots more in store for you - and, yes, we're giving away tickets. Oh yeah!