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Horrible Imaginings 2011 Revival Films Announced!
Horrible Imaginings Film Festival and Monster Island Resort are proud to announce the very rare and exciting screenings of these two examplars of the horror genre. In addition to Godzilla® and Eyes Without A Face, there is an exciting program of films, including:

Two Additional Independent Features:
Long Pigs (87 mins) Dir: Chris Power and Nathan Hynes
The Taint* (67 mins) Dir: Drew Bolduc and Dan Nelson

Two Animated Shorts:
Blenderstein (4 mins) Dir: Zach Bellissimo
Mac & Cheese (3 mins) Dir: Gijs van Kooten

Two Music Videos:
Sophia Segal's "Bypass" (7 mins) Dir: Sophia Segal
Shantelle's "Unamonos" (7 mins) Dir: Aaron Soto

Twenty-five Short Films
Shadows (9 mins) Dir: Bryan Wolford

 Demon Possessed Wife 4 mins Dir: Dan Ochs

Juan Con Miedo (11mins) Dir: Daniel Romero

Road Rage (10 mins) Dir: Barbara Stepansky

JustUs (6mins) Dir: Lori Bowen

Edgewood Drive (20 mins) Dir: Mando Franco

Scrutinize (5mins) Dir: Brenda and Elisabeth Fies

Star Beast (4 mins) Dir: Bob Rose

Late Bloomer (13 mins) Dir: Craig Macneill

Fabrica De Munecas (11 mins) Dir: Ainhoa Menéndez

The Familiar (22 mins) Dir: Kody Zimmermann

Billy Bob’s Zombie Emporium (4 mins) Dir: Kevin Perkins

Giant Rubber Monster Movie (15 mins) Dir: Thomas Berdinski

Show Me (13 mins) Dir: David Schneider

Scream Machine (15 mins) Dir: Julia Camara

Doppelganger (6 mins) Dir: Drew Daywalt

METH (25 mins) Dir: Michael Maney

12/15/1996 (11 mins) Dir: Mae Catt

Doll Parts (10 mins) Dir: Karen Lam

My Undeadly (4 mins) Dir: Dave Reda

AXED (38 mins): Dir: Joshua Long

Survivlismo (9 mins) Dir: José Pedro Lopes

Omega Shell (15 mins) Dir: Aaron Soto

Candy (9 mins) Dir: Mark Bessenger

The Many Doors of Albert Whale (6 mins) Dir: Marichelle Daywalt


AND

The return of the HAUNTED ART GALLERY!

This will be bigger and better than last year's!


Art Gallery Opening will occur on Thursday October 27th and will remain active through the film festival's end on Saturday, November 5th. Non-festival hours for the Haunted Art Gallery will be 6pm to 10pm daily! Get scared! Big thanks to Horrible Imaginings's newest team member Selena Marinello for help curating the art portion of our show!
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Horrible Imaginings Film Festival Mission Statement:
to celebrate horror and its various sub-genres by showcasing new and independent artists, as well as reviving classic horror films. From psychological thrillers to supernatural horror to slashers and even to related genres like noir, horror's power lies in its inherent ability to take our fears and exploit them--helping us either to face them, or just to appease our dark sides. The proliferation of horror sub-genres in the arts is testament to the creative power behind/within this dark domain.

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Note: I know it has been frustrating for some people who have tried to call the box office on the day of events. The ringer is extremely difficult to hear in the middle of the noise made by people conversing before the show. I sincerely apologize for this inconvenience and I plan to discuss it with the theater owner to see how we can resolve it. In the meantime, if you have any questions, don't hesitate to email me: miguel@hifilmfest.com. Thank you for your understanding!
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