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Tucson and Phoenix: Prepare to be rocked, shocked and defiled. Blasting its way into its third — and biggest — year on Sept. 18-25, the Arizona Underground Film Festival is a cacophonous concoction of angry transsexuals, bumbling hit men, slacker superheroes, living dolls, aliens, dead hookers, adventure-seeking blondes and other crazies.
This year the fest is screening 30 feature films, some of which are making their U.S. and even world debuts. The opening night film is the U.S. premiere of the German hit man comedy Snowman’s Land, directed by Tomasz Thomson,while closing the fest is the controversial and violent A Serbian Film by Srdjan Spasojevic, which you have to be over-18 to get into.
- Mike Everleth
Dead Hungry - Dir. Bridges
The Atlanta Horror Film Festival begins August 13 and continues until the 15th. August is "Independent Film Month" (Tahff) and several feature length films will be at the showing including Fugue, Kiss the Abyss, Zombie Dearest, Cornered! and others. Along with these pictures are a series of shorts entitled "Something Smells Dead," which highlights the best from the available undead, horror shorts from 2010.
Included in this year's program are the following: Wes Young's Dead Exit, Monica Winter's undead marriage tale Not Even Dead, Jackson McDonald's An Acquired Taste, Brandon Hunt's survivalist themed short The Duty of Living. Victor Mathieu's Tombstone Brides, William Bridge's Dead Hungry and the stellar Zombie and Cigarettes from director Rafael Martinez. Do not miss the best from the undead beginning August 13th. More details below.
Director: Wes Young - 17 min. »
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2 items from 2010
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