Nitehawk Cinema Screens Horror Midnight Screenings

Nitehawk Cinema Screenings, Film Festival News

Midnight screenings of award-winning indie horror film It Follows and Tyler MacIntyre’s Comedy, Horror Tragedy Girls are scheduled for November 3rd and 4th 2017.

According to Nitehawk Cinema website:

Midnite weekend screenings happen on Friday & Saturday nights (meaning arrive on Friday and/or Saturday night by 11:45pm for seating, the movie starts after midnite)!

In addition, Nitehawk Shorts Festival kicks off on Tuesday the 7th of November 2017. The event is co-curated by Shudder’s Sam Zimmerman. See below for more information on each of these events and to get tickets.

1. Tragedy Girls For tickets 

Director: Tyler MacIntyre       

Writer(s):

Chris Lee Hill

Tyler MacIntyre

Justin Olson

Release Date: 20 October 2017 (USA)

Release Format: Cinemas

MPAA Rating: R

Genre: Comedy, Horror

Running Time: 1h 38min

Synopsis:

A twist on the slasher genre, following two death-obsessed teenage girls who use their online show about real-life tragedies to send their small mid-western town into a frenzy and cement their legacy as modern horror legends.

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2. It Follows For Tickets 

Director: David Robert Mitchell  

Writer: David Robert Mitchell

Release Date: 27 March 2015

Release Format: Cinemas

MPAA Rating: R

Genre:  Horror, Mystery

Running Time: 1h 40min

Synopsis:

A young woman is followed by an unknown supernatural force after a sexual encounter.

IMDb.com

Nitehawk Shorts Festival Information

In addition, Nitehawk Shorts Festival kicks off on Friday the 10th of November 2017. The event is co-curated by Shudder’s Sam Zimmerman and features a Q&A with the filmmakers

Great Choice

Director: Robin Comisar

Writer:  Robin Comisar

Genre: ShortComedyDrama

Running Time: 7min

Synopsis:

A woman gets stuck in a Red Lobster commercial.

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Elegy

Director:  C.J. Gardella

MPAA Rating: R

Genre: short, Horror

Running Time: 20min

Synopsis:

A film, in the wilderness gothic tradition, set in a crumbling estate, where strange visions and paranoia afflict its occupants.

Undress Me

Director: Amelia Moses

Writer:  Amelia Moses

Genre: Short, Horror

Running Time: 14min

Synopsis:

A socially awkward college freshman begins to experience a mysterious and gruesome physical deterioration after a chance encounter at a frat party.

IMDb.com

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The Music Lesson

Director: Adam R. BrownKyle I. Kelley

Writer: Adam R. Brown, Kyle I. Kelley

Genre:  Short, Comedy, Horror

Running Time: 9min

Synopsis:

Marion, a jaded music teacher must deal with an unruly student at her soul-sucking job.

 

Vore 

Director: Lauren Erwin

Writer:  Lauren Erwin

Genre: Short, Horror

Running Time: 13min

Synopsis:

When her younger lover announces his departure, a wealthy, sexually adventurous, yet unfulfilled woman finally realizes what she needs to be satisfied, but this revelations turns out to be a little hard to digest.

IMDb.com

 

The Call Girls

Director: Justin Staley

Writer:  Justin Staley

Genre: Short, Horror

Running Time: 11min

Synopsis:

Junk, a local sanitation worker, impulsively decides to employ the services of a underground escort agency.

Your Date Is Here

Director(s): Todd Spence (co-director),     Zak White (co-director)

Writer(s): Todd Spence (co-director),        Zak White (co-director)

Genre: Short, Fantasy, Horror

Running Time: 7min

Synopsis:

After dusting off an old Mystery Date-style board game, a mother and daughter realize the game holds more evil than amusement.

IMDb.com

Creswick

Director:  Natalie Erika James

Writer:  Natalie Erika James

Genre: Short, Drama, Horror

Running Time: 10min

While a young woman helps her father pack up his house, they are both increasingly aware of the presence that they always knew was there.

IMDb.com

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Artuz is a graduate of The Institute of Audio Research where he earned his degree in Audio Engineering and Record Production. He also earned certification in Television Production and Field Recording at Lehman College. For Horror Artuz Favors French Extremism and Indie productions. He is a novelist, and screenwriter listens to EBM, Industrial & Witch house and is an avid MMA sports fan.

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