The world’s first online only horror filmfest, Insomnifest, officially kicks off next month and only six more of twelve titles remain to be revealed. This week alone has seen the unveiling of four of the fest’s films thanks to the press release we got in today (“Two More for Insomnifest” – January 2008).
Gutterballs, by Live Feed director Ryan Nicholson, is a tale about a “A brutally sadistic rape leads to a series of bizarre gory murders during a midnight disco bowl-a-rama at a popular bowling alley. One by one, players of two teams meet blood-drenched gruesome deaths at the hand of a black bowling-gloved masked killer. This alley will run red with blood by sunrise and the shocking twist that reveals the killer will shock even the most jaded viewer!” Check out the trailer below.
The next announced film hails from Sweden and School Night Massacre director Daniel Lehmussaari. The Grief revolves around a “A group of students are making a documentary on the legend of Norah Ashtor, a woman which is said to have been killed in the 19th century since the locals thought that she was a witch. Unfortunately for them, this is one legend that they shouldn’t have messed with. Soon enough, the ghost of Norah Ashtor is back and her wrath is stronger than ever before…”
Visit Insomnifest’s official site for the dates each film will be playing. Tickets for the online-only event are just $4.99 per person.
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