Live in Los Angeles and want to check out some little known foreign horror flicks? ONECLOUD Entertainment has you covered. Starting October 25th at CGV Cinemas, Horror Nights at CGV will kick off with Psalm21, a Swedish horror film from writer/director Fredrik Hiller.
The film, which was completed in 2009 and never received North American distribution, follows Henrik, a priest who doesn’t believe in Hell, who starts a journey following his father’s death that “will take him through terrifying secrets, distorted childhood memories, and shake the foundation of his belief.”
While they plan to focus on foreign titles as a whole, the program will put a special emphasis on Scandinavian films. In addition to features, short films will be showcased as well.
UPDATED: Screening details:
Date: Friday, October 25, 2013
Content: Swedish Horror | Short Film: Se Dar Ja (Looking Glass) TRT: 5min, Feature: Psalm 21 TRT: 75min
Venue: CGV Cinemas, 621 S. Western Ave., LA 90005
– Membership sign up: get $1 off on movie tickets and a CGV merchandise (gift)
– Special surprise event on site: We’ll hide a scary doll underneath one of the seats and whoever sits on that chair will win a free combo #1 on their next visit
– Facebook offer: 10% off at Cine Café.
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