If you’re a fan of horror film, love to be scared and/or are an avid supporter of the Arts, you don’t want to miss the best horror film showcase taking place at the Grace Street Theater on Sunday, October 28 when the world premieres by Virginia filmmakers will screen the films they made this past weekend October 19-21 for the Richmond 48 Hour Horror Film Project!
Come support your friends and favorite filmmakers, or just come to watch some great horror films made by local artists. The audience is part of the fun! They get to vote for their favorite films and help those films win awards–Best Film, Audience Favorite and numerous other awards–which are presented at the Best of #RVAhorror Screenings and Awards Ceremony, also at the Grace Street Theater, on Sunday, November 4.
Tickets to screenings are on sale now and horror fans are already securing their seats to the scariest show in town! Be sure to get yours before they’re gone!
The Last Supper – SEMI WRONG, Chris Austin (Fredericksburg)
Pumpkin Spice – Lesser Lights, Nick Blackburn (Lynchburg)
Here Come the Freaks – Atlantic East Motion Picture Company, Tracey Frame (Chester)
How to See Dead – Don’t Forget Your Bike, Will Barker (Henrico)
Quota of the Serial Killer Cult of Richmond Virginia – Zolly Ops, Mike Ivey (Midlothian)
Piece of Mind – Goodnight Gracie… Forever, Jerry Morgan (Chesterfield)
Row House – Sparkycon Pictures, Sam Conner (Charlottesville)
Uncle Jimmy – Patriot Productions, Trevor Przyuski (Charlottesville)
Hillford – This is a Film About Something Productions, Sam Housman (Roanoke)
Mr. Shackles – A Bit… Much Productions, Chow Man (Richmond)
The Patriarch – Rebel Film Group, Joseph McGowan (Woodbridge)
Grubburger – Red Love, John Stone (Richmond)
Amelia – Team Flash Frame, Ryan Farriss (Henrico)
All Signs Ignored – Red Hills Productions, Sylvanna Bocook (Chester)
#Farmville – The Voleenteers, Max Curry (Prince George)
Negative Space – Face for Radio, Cameron Robinson (Richmond)
Pushover – TBDA, Sean Bullock (Chesterfield)
Scratch – Strangers with Cameras, Samuel Van Fossen (Richmond)
The Hospital – DarkCloud Pictures, Haden VonCanon (Sandston)
TBA Monday, October 29
Films are not rated and some may contain mature content or language, disturbing images and/or violence. Viewer discretion is advised.
The fun doesn’t stop there! Our Kickoff partner The Hof is having their 3rd annual Heaven & Hell party on Saturday, October 27 and the #RVAhorror community gets $5 off their admission when they use promo code HOFWEEN, courtesy of the Richmond 48HFP! For more info and to purchase your tickets, click here.