Catch the Dunwich Horror in Rhode Island

Beyond the Dunwich Horror (click to see it bigger!)Scorpio Film Releasing is proud to announce that Richard Griffin’s Beyond the Dunwich Horror will be screening on Friday, June 13th, at 11:59 PM in the Cable Car Cinema.

Kenny Crawford (Michael Reed) arrives in Dunwich after hearing that his brother Andrew (Jason McCormick) has been admitted to a psychiatric ward and is a suspect in a string of disappearances in the town. With the help of local reporter Marsha Calloway (Ruth Sullivan) and the eccentric Upton Armitage (Jeff Dylan Graham), he probes the last few weeks of his brother’s life. As they do so, they uncover evidence of a plot in the works revolving around Andrew, his girlfriend Nikki Hartwell (Sarah Nicklin), and her twisted friend Otto Bellinger (Carlos Brum).

We’ve also received new lobby cards for the flick; check out the rest below. The poster art is provided by our buddy Stephen Romano. Make sure to pre-order your copy of Shock Festival, too!

Cable Car Cinema is located at 204 South Main Street in Providence, Rhode Island.

Beyond the Dunwich Horror (click to see it bigger!)Beyond the Dunwich Horror (click to see it bigger!)


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  • RikGriff

    Heck, I’m just happy to be here. I’m just an indie filmmaker from the smallest state in the union and I’m glad any site makes mention of our movie.

    It’s a big internet, there’s plenty of room for mention of Stephen Romano and BTDH. Stephen’s an extremely talented and cool guy, and the more press he gets… the better it is for everyone who likes real horror.

    Now, let’s put aside our differences and attack the real enemy… Ulli Lommel.


    • Uncle Creepy

      Amen! LOL

  • Uncle Creepy

    Exactly. While we appreciate the offers of your review and interviews, we’d prefer to use our own content. We’ve run several stories about Dunwich and where to see it. It’s hardly getting neglected.

    As for us covering Romano’s work, yes, if he points us to something cool we cover it. Why? Because it’s badass. He gets a weekly story because we’re running a contest with him and the winners have to be posted.

  • The Woman In Black

    We have someone planning to go to this RI screening and will have our own review up shortly thereafter. As a rule we prefer to post our own reviews rather than just link to someone else’s.

  • Cinema-Suicide

    You guys seem a lot more interested in Steve Romano’s art than you do Griffin’s movie. We’ve linked you guys to interviews and the review of the movie’s premier last weekend and they’ve gone completely ignored but Romano kicks out a new poster or lobby cards and you trip all over yourselves to post it.

    Less Shock Festival, more Beyond The Dunwich Horror. Scorpio Film Releasing needs the exposure more than anyone else. They have a real hit on their hands with this movie.