CHILLERS AT THE LA FEST
The Los Angeles edition of the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival, running September 18-28, will host the premiere of Duck Soup Productions? GRINDHOUSE, a new horror film written and directed by Stephen A. Tramontana. Set during a second Great Depression, it?s about two criminals whose kidnapping-gone-wrong sparks a series of frightening events; to purchase tickets for this showing, go here. Other genre fare showing at the fest includes writer/director Jeff Thomas? 13 SECONDS, which won the Best Independent Feature award at the Calgary International Horror Film Festival; Tommi Lepola and Tero Molin?s Finnish horror/fantasy anthology THE BOOKE OF FATE; Robert Rothgery and Tim Dineen?s documentary BAY AREA HAUNTINGS, about real-life San Francisco-area ghost activity; Eric Steacy?s DIRECTOR?S CUT, about young horror-film actors who get slaughtered for real; Jose Prendes? mix of the undead and spy genres, CORPSES ARE FOREVER; George Bonilla?s self-descriptive ZOMBIE PLANET; and Pearry Reginald Teo?s Lovecraft-tinged short CHILDREN OF THE ARCANA.
Courtesy of Fangoria