The Horrible Imaginings Film Festival is gearing up for their next annual celebration of our beloved genre; the event happens in Santa Ana, CA from August 30th thru September 1st. A couple of weeks back, we announced the fest’s first wave of short film selections; today, they’ve announced their second wave, which we’re thrilled to share with you now.
Read the list below and find out more about each short film, HERE. We will keep you posted on the remaining waves as they are announced as Horrible Imaginings continues to tease out their full lineup!
A Noise that Carries, Directed by Guillermo de la Rosa
The Blizzard, Directed by Alvaro Rodriguez
Conversion Therapist, Directed by Bears Rebecca Fonte
Don’t Croak, Directed by Daun Kim [Featured Image]
Expend, Directed by Bismark Fernandes
Hana, Directed by Mai Nakanishi
Hot Dog, Directed by T.J. Yoshizaki
How to be Alone (featuring Maika Monroe from It Follows and Joe Keery from Stranger Things), Directed by Kate Trefry
Knock Knock, Directed by Kennikki Jones
Mama’s Boy, Directed by Samantha Kolesnik
Milk, Directed by Santiago Menghini
Off Fleek, Directed by Steven Dorrington
Playtime’s Over, Directed by Tony Reames
Sports Day, Directed by Lin Tu
Ulises, Directed by Jorge Malpica
What Daphne Saw, Directed by Lizz Marshall
“Established in San Diego, CA in 2009, the annual Horrible Imaginings Film Festival showcases the newest voices in horror, sci-fi, and fantasy genre cinema over a multi-day event that consists of film screenings, diverse panels, parties, and networking sessions.
“Our mission is to spotlight genre cinema, amplify artistic voices, and foster a community of acceptance. We sincerely believe in the sharing and exploring of our deepest fears, desires, and anxieties in a community setting. This festival allows audience members the opportunity to not only explore these complex emotions but also exorcise them.
“Over the past 9 years, we have screened over 700 genre titles and welcomed over 8,000 passionate attendees.”
You can learn more about the Horrible Imaginings Film Festival and purchase tickets, HERE.
Have you attended past Horrible Imaginings Film Festivals? Will you be there in 2019? Let us know in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram! You can also carry on the convo with me personally on Twitter @josh_millican.