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POPCORN FRIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL

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O Cinema Wynwood

90 NW 29th Street, Miami (305) 571-9970

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• Festival Badge – $45.00
• General Admission – $12.00
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Horror fans, rejoice! The POPCORN FRIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL, South Florida’s first and only horror/genre festival, kicks-off October 1st – 4th at O Cinema Wynwood, premiering award-winning feature films and short films that will leave you astonished of all the sinister things that go bump in the night!

Don’t miss out on any of our surprises and treat yourself to a Festival Badge which gives you access to all four nights of terror, including Thursday’s opening dinner reception provided courtesy of Pollo Tropical. The Festival Badge is only $45 and will be available for a limited time only, so don’t wait a minute more and get your badge today!

POPCORN FRIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1ST

9PM:

Courtyard Opening Reception courtesy of Pollo Tropical – Badge Holders Only

11PM:

• Short – INVADERS
It’s Thanksgiving and two would-be robbers are planning a quick heist. But they might get more than they bargained for.

INVADERS (SHORT FILM)

• Opening Night Feature Film – TALES OF HALLOWEEN (Florida Premiere)
Ten tales of terror unfold in a sleepy suburb on All Hallows Eve as ghouls, imps, aliens, goblins, demons, axe murders, and serial killers roam the witching hour. Join our celebration of all things Halloween with a host of dreaded nightmares directed by the cream of the scream industry crop, including Darren Lynn Bousman, Axelle Carolyn, Adam Gierasch, Andrew Kasch, Neil Marshall, Lucky McKee, Mike Mendez, Dave Parker, Ryan Schifrin, John Skipp, and Paul Solet.

TALES OF HALLOWEEN STILL

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2ND

11PM:

• Short – THE SHUTTERBUG MAN
An all-out stop motion horror short that’s heavy on shadows and atmosphere and narrated by the queen of horror Barbara Steele.

SHUTTERBUG MAN (SHORT FILM)

• Short – HUSH
A young college graduate babysits an 8 year old girl during a terrible storm, only to realize their house is possessed by a malevolent entity.

HUSH (SHORT FILM)

• Feature Film – THE DIABOLICAL (Florida Premiere)
Ali Larter (Final Destination, Resident Evil: Extinction) stars in this genre-bending supernatural shocker as a single mother trying to protect her two young children from an increasingly strange and intense presence tormenting their quiet suburban home. Seeking help from her boyfriend, they embark on a hunt to destroy the violent spirit that paranormal experts are too scared to confront.

DIABOLICAL STILL

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3RD

11PM:

• Short – BAD GUY #2
This outrageously gory comedy follows a struggling hitman whose upward mobility lands him at the dreaded position of Bad Guy #2 – a prominent but ultimately expendable character in the bad guy pantheon – leaving him no choice but to up his game or die violently at the hands of his emotionally erratic boss.

BAD BUY #2 (SHORT FILM)

• Short – NIGHT OF THE SLASHER
Every slasher has rules for selecting his prey. But tonight’s prey might have the upper hand.

NIGHT OF THE SLASHER (SHORT FILM)

• Feature Film – HOWL (Florida Premiere)
Make-up effects master Paul Hyett (Dog Soldiers, The Descent) creates a lycanthropic horror tale about a group of passengers on a midnight train who find themselves under attack by a terrifying pack of werewolves. As his effects background might imply, Hyett completely eschews CGI beasts and takes a more American Werewolf-inspired practical approach that is unlike anything the silver screen has seen before.

HOWL STILL

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4TH

11PM:

• Short – “Crow Hand!!!”
The title says it all!

CROW HAND!!! (SHORT FILM)

• Closing Night Feature Film – “Bone Tomahawk” (Florida Premiere)
Kurt Russell stars in this character driven and horrific Western about a group of men (including Patrick Wilson, Matthew Fox, and Richard Jenkins) who set out to rescue a local woman and a young deputy who have been kidnapped by a tribe of cannibalistic troglodytes. This is a men-on-a-mission Western full of all the genre staples we love, but with the added joys of brutal horror such that, by the end of the film, you will understand how the west was truly won…against savage cannibals!

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POPCORN FRIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL would not be possible without the generous support of:
80sCards.com, Bleeding Marvelous, Burger Beast, Diabolique Magazine, Manor House, Miami Printing, O Cinema, Pollo Tropical, Popcorn Nights, Promote Horror, Pure Honey Magazine, The Night Keep, Vagabond Hotel