The Legend of Beaver Dam
Just yesterday we gave you the names of the first feature film (Midnight Son) and first short (The Legend of Beaver Dam) announced to be part of Denver's Mile High Horror Film Festival schedule. And now, just one day later, the good people at MHHFF have given us the titles of two more films they will be screening. And you won't be disappointed.
The Mile High Horror Film Festival, running October 7-9 in (where else) Denver, Colorado, has dropped some information on us concerning their upcoming event. We have in our hot little hands the names of the first feature film and short announced to be part of the festival. Interested? Read on, Broncoville.
The 2011 Seattle International Film Festival runs May 19–June 12 and is home to a great many genre films. Here's a look at those which are included in the fest's Midnight Adrenaline segment, jokingly said to be "under quarantine until further notice."
One of our favorite short films of the year, The Legend of Beaver Dam (review here), is poised to make a splash at this year's Sundance Film Festival screening ahead of the highly anticipated Hobo with a Shotgun in the "Park City at Midnight" lineup, and we've got all the info for ya!
When we find something fresh and unique here at Dread Central, we don't scrimp on letting our readers know about it. And from the looks of things, the whole world is soon going to know about it, too, since the much talked about and highly praised "The Legend of Beaver Dam" 12-minute horror musical short film is about to appear in a myriad of film fests.
Jerome Sable and Eli Batalion have made the shift from stage to screen with a splash — of blood, that is. Their filmmaking debut, a horror musical short film called "The Legend of Beaver Dam" will have its world premiere on September 9th at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival, and we've got a look at the flick's poster and trailer.