Horrorfest Nov. 17-19

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Horrorfest Nov. 17-19

Post by Kimberly » Wed Nov 01, 2006 10:53 am

Anyone know anything about this, the films, etc...

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Post by Chris Slack » Wed Nov 01, 2006 12:07 pm

I have neard nothing about any of the movies...
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Post by Angelica » Wed Nov 01, 2006 8:21 pm

Ive heard of Penny Dreadful and Reincarnation. That's it though. I got nothin.
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Post by Gorified » Tue Nov 07, 2006 8:56 pm

I cant believe they still dont have ticket information posted. They list the theatres but, no other info. :(
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Post by steven_millan » Mon Nov 13, 2006 10:53 am

It's pretty cool to know that both Nacho Cerda's "The Abandoned"(his first full-length feature film)and Mike Mendez's "The Gravedancers" are going to receive their theatrical shots at this coming weekend's event,making it(and giving us all) the rare opportunity for fans to see these two films(amongst many others)before they head straight to the DVD shelves(in the next four to six months). :cool: :cool: :smoke: :cheers:


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Post by Rainbow Brite » Fri Nov 17, 2006 9:22 pm

Anyone going?

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Post by Kimberly » Sat Nov 18, 2006 1:53 pm

I didn't end up going... I ended up going to the art house here and seeing The Bridge
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Post by Remo D » Sat Nov 18, 2006 4:24 pm

Yeah, I couldn't go either. It was just a bit too far away... even I don't have the time to sit through eight theatrical films in one weekend... and it was my dad's birthday and a perfect opportunity to take him to see CASINO ROYALE.

So, as with Kimberly before me? Meet me at The Beaten Track instead.

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Post by DylanDog » Sat Nov 18, 2006 4:55 pm

I watched The Gravedancers the other night and didn't care for it at all. It sort of reminded me of The Frighteners, but without the over the top fun. There's at least one J-horror moment that I could have done without too. Maybe worth a rental but I wouldn't be rushing out to see it anytime soon.
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Post by Angelica » Sun Nov 19, 2006 2:14 am

Why is everyone talking in past tense?! It's running through Tuesday, so you have plenty of time. I saw Penny Dreadful in Auburn tonight. Movie was OK, it had it's moments but was pretty slow. The theater was really hard core about kids being in there. I guess they are all considered NC17 so they were in and out of the theater all throughout the movie kicking kids out. It was pretty annoying. The good thing about Auburn though, is that NONE of the employees had a clue. They were pretty much letting people stay for as many movies as they felt like. I only saw the one tonight but will probably go back tomorrow and Tuesday to the downtown theater. I hope the other movies deliver more, this one sure as hell wasn't too gory, graphic or disturbing for public consumption. Maybe a little too slow for it though.
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Post by Remo D » Sun Nov 19, 2006 7:22 am

Angelica wrote:Why is everyone talking in past tense?! It's running through Tuesday, so you have plenty of time. I saw Penny Dreadful in Auburn tonight. Movie was OK, it had it's moments but was pretty slow. The theater was really hard core about kids being in there. I guess they are all considered NC17 so they were in and out of the theater all throughout the movie kicking kids out. It was pretty annoying. The good thing about Auburn though, is that NONE of the employees had a clue. They were pretty much letting people stay for as many movies as they felt like. I only saw the one tonight but will probably go back tomorrow and Tuesday to the downtown theater. I hope the other movies deliver more, this one sure as hell wasn't too gory, graphic or disturbing for public consumption. Maybe a little too slow for it though.


Well, if you've got it through Tuesday, you're the exception--there are only two films left in the festival playing today (WICKED LITTLE THINGS and THE HAMILTONS). Oh, and I'm noticing official "R" ratings on a number of them, too. I'll have to catch up with them on DVD or some such--but please let us know how any of the other ones you see are.

Anyone manage to catch DARK RIDE in particular?
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Post by Angelica » Sun Nov 19, 2006 1:03 pm

Monday 11/20

2:00 - Unrest - 84:51
4:00 - The Grave Dancers - 96:00
6:00 - Unrest - 84:51
8:00 - The Grave Dancers - 96:00
10:00 - Unrest - 84:51

Tuesday 11/21

2:00 - Reincarnation - 99 :02
4:00 - Dark Ride - 94:01
6:00 - Reincarnation - 99 :02
8:00 - Dark Ride - 94:01
10:00 - Reincarnation - 99:02
(Tuesday looks killer!)

that is from the 8 films to die for website and fandango confirms it going through Tuesday for Alderwood, Auburn, Seattle and Puyallup.
Makes sense, they got to clear it out for Thanksgiving movies to come out Wednesday.
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Post by Angelica » Sun Nov 19, 2006 1:08 pm

Remo D wrote: Oh, and I'm noticing official "R" ratings on a number of them, too.



Maybe that was an Auburn thing. They kicked out a lot of kids but I thought at least one of them was with a parent. Maybe the little fella was just with his great big basketball playin girlfriend or something.
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