San Diego's Horrible Imaginings is teaming up with the Viscera Film Festival to celebrate Women in Horror Recognition Month with a two-night event that starts off with a theatrical presentation of monologues and continues with an international horror shorts program that includes our own Heather Wixson's "Paper Rock, Scissors".
Hey, indie horror fans in the San Diego area, Santa's showing up a little bit early this year - December 18th to be precise. That's when writer/director Joshua Hull's zombie comedy Beverly Lane will be making its West Coast premiere as part of Horrible Imaginings' Ghoul's Yule.
Once again, the Horrible Imaginings Horror Film Festival of San Diego will extend the Halloween season with two days of short films, features, door prizes, and a haunted art gallery. This year's event, which takes place November 4th and 5th, will be bigger and better than last--and scarier, too!
Fans of Jeffrey Combs and/or Edgar Allan Poe who live in or near San Diego, California, will be thrilled to learn that the stage production of Nevermore will be returning to the North Coast Repertory Theatre December 9-12, 2010, for what they've dubbed "The Perfect Un-Holiday Show".
With all the AFM news that's come out over the past few days, you'd think there's nothing else going on anywhere. But just down the road from AFM's LA home, in sunny San Diego, a brand new film festival is set to kick off this weekend on November 6th ... Horrible Imaginings: The Horror Film Festival of San Diego.
This past August 28th saw the San Diego debut of the Blacklist Art and Film Festival, and your local Dread Central staff members were on hand for the event. We're happy to report a good time was had by all, and even though we'd seen a couple of the horror shorts shown during the film fest portion already, they really popped thanks to the enthusiastic crowd.
Finally an event in San Diego we can tell you about that isn't Comic-Con! The Blacklist Art & Film Festival, champions of gore and advocates of fearless creativity, will be delivering a multi–media spectacle that goes beyond the formula of mainstream culture. On Saturday, August 28th, join some local Dread Central staff members and experience a unique display of mind-bending artwork, award-winning horror film atrocities, and a night of rock 'n roll mayhem.