Corpsedance International Horror Film Festival is proud to announce its inaugural line up of films for this year’s festival. This year’s line-up features films from around the world including the first ever Swiss horror film, Sennentuntschi, as well as local filmmaker Dan Riesser’s “Night of the Punks.” Both films will be screening on opening night of the festival (Friday, October 21st).
The Festival also features a plethora of unique horror films from Sweden, Australia, Brazil, and of course a lot of films from the United States. Atlanta filmmaker, James Bickert’s “Dear God No!” which recently won best exploitation film at Arizona Underground Film Festival will also be screening Friday. Taking place at Roth Brewing Company, Corpsedance International Horror Film Festival will give festival goers a unique experience. Festival goers will be treated to a lively party atmosphere featuring multiple projection areas in and outside of the brewery, with ambient sound throughout the place and of course the brewery’s great beer. Due to Corpsedance’s casual ambient atmosphere, it is a pass only festival giving film fans the ability to come and go as they please.
“Corpsedance isn’t going to be your average sit down in a theater film festival,” states festival director Kyle Smith-Murray, “Corpsedance is an experience, great for people who want to watch a lot of excellent horror movies but don’t want to be chained down to a chair in utter silence for the whole night. It’s about the festival goer having fun and enjoying himself just as much as it is about showcasing the filmmakers works. In a normal festival that’s not the case.”
For a full line-up of films and festival pass information visit the festival’s website, www.CorpsedanceIHFF.com. Festival passes are going on sale this week and for a limited time will be available a the discount price of $15 for a day pass or $22.50 for a complete festival pass to both days. Festival goers who purchase a complete pass will receive a limited edition Roth Brewery/Corpsedance IHFF pint glass while supplies last.