Shriekfest

Here at Terror Time, we are gearing up for one spectacular Halloween season. With movie reviews to share, breaking news and all around spooky fun, it is only natural we report on all the horror infested events coming to a town near you.

Shriekfest Film Festival returns with a stellar SIXTEEN years in the running this October and has become the longest running horror festival in the Los Angeles area. The coveted film festival caters to independent cinemas from around the globe, and many film makers have seen much success from the premiere of their works.

Opening night screening will showcase the film PARASITES, starring Robert Milano (FAST & FURIOUS) as well as a plethora of shorts such as GIRL #2, BLIGHT, BRENTWOOD STRANGLER, EVELESS, SURGER and who can’t forget the pretty impressive Halloween short, YUMMY MEAT.  In a sea full of aspiring artists and creators, it will most certainly be rejuvenating to see all the shorts with their creators in tow.

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Still from YUMMY MEAT

The festival will return to Raleigh Studios Chaplin Theatre in Hollywood, October 6th-9th. Festival Director Denise Gossett says:  “We are so honored to once again be at the same location we’ve been at for all 16 years!  That says a lot about a location’s quality and a festival’s continuity, filmmakers walk out of their screening saying their film has never looked so good”!

Shriekfest 2016

The tale of the ticket tape is as follows:

Entrance to the event is $10.00 per block. An All-Fest Pass, good for all four days of the festival is $140.00. This pass includes the opening night party and guaranteed entrance to all films Q&A’s. .

SCREENINGS

Raleigh Studios
5300 Melrose Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90038

OPENING NIGHT PARTY

Club Sinister/Boardners
1652 N Cherokee Ave
Hollywood CA 90028

SUNDAY NIGHT AWARD SHOW & AFTER PARTY

Raleigh Studios
5300 Melrose Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90038

Tom Holland’s Terror Time will be attending the event! Stay tuned for photos and our film reviews!

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Take a look at Festival hit ‘Without Name’

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