CONTEST CLOSED! Nobody Can Cool and Truth or Dare Headline Long Beach’s RIP Horror Film Fest; Get Some NCC Swag Here!
The Beach Auditorium at Cal State Long Beach is the location for the RIP Horror Film Festival, held this weekend, November 8-10. The West Coast premiere of Nobody Can Cool headlines Friday night while the LA premiere of Jessica Cameron’s Truth or Dare is the main Saturday night film.
And yes, we mentioned some swag in the headline. You can win yourself a Nobody Can Cool (review) T-shirt right here. And to make the deal even sweeter, Chris Santoro of Retro Outlaw has offered to throw in a shirt for the winner as well. The Retro Outlaw shirt features the classic image of Jack Nicholson from The Shining. You can check it out on RetroOutlaw.com
Nick Principe in Nobody Can Cool and Jack Nicholson in The Shining… both actors playing men trapped far from society with no easy way out. A great combination. To win the two T-shirts, be the first person to answer this question: The director of Nobody Can Cool is credited as “DPYX.” It’s a directorial team comprised of two women. The first person to send the correct name of both women in an E-MAIL HERE including his/her full name, mailing address, and T-shirt size will win the goods.
For more on the RIP Horror Film Festival, visit the official RIP Horror Film Festival website, “like” RIP Horror Film Festival on Facebook and follow RIP Horror Film Festival on Twitter (@RIPHorrorFest).
Nobody Can Cool is about two criminals hiding out waiting for their connect to come. They’re in a cabin; then a yuppie couple, also from the city, come along, thinking they’ve rented the cabin for the weekend. They’re captured, but then there’s a power role reversal that goes back and forth. And then it all explodes in a bloody mess at the end. It stars Nick Principe and is directed by DPYX.
Truth or Dare revolves around six friends who find internet stardom when they make “truth or dare” videos online. It is all fun and games until their number one fan decides he wants to play. Nothing is what it seems, and everyone has something to hide… Jessica Cameron directed, produced, and co-wrote the film with Jonathan Higgins.
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