Tomorrow, Oct. 30, 2 p.m. and 4 p.m., attend the Horrific Zombie Film Fest in the Black Box Theatre at Edmonds Community College!
Showcasing finalists from the Bellingham film festival, Bleedingham, the Horrific Zombie Film Fest features short films that highlight the bloodcurdling creativity of Washington State filmmakers who specialize in the spooky. The films featured at the Black Box are the official selection from Bleedingham where Bloodies (trophies) are awarded by a panel of non-participating judges for Best Effects, Best Story, Best Sound Design, Best Cinematography, Best Editing, and Most Unique Film. In partnership with the Washington State Studio Network, these films from Bellingham and beyond are guaranteed to thrill and chill. Tickets are $5, available online and at the door.
“Bath Spice” - With all the synthetic drugs coming out these days at the local head shops, one man wonders who the wizard behind the curtain is? Produced by Bleedingham productions.
“Blood Roulette,” Winner of Best Editing and Sound Design- A night shift nurse returns home to find her boyfriend acting strangely and dangerously. Produced by Blood Roulette.
“Her Her Him”- A rough, scoreless cut of a horror short.
“I am Fine,” Winner of Most Unique Film- A young man struggles with schizophrenia and his inability to admit that his over-reliance on medication and solitude are driving him deeper in psychosis. Produced by Tyler Downing Films.
“Repeater”- A young man wakes up in the middle of nowhere with no recollection of how he got there. He finds an old gravel road and follows it, not realizing the danger he faces ahead or the evil he will awaken. Produced by Wasted Talent Films.
“Shadow Nights,” Winner of Best Effects and Cinematography- After years of battling deep depression, Kelly Rogers must finally face her greatest fear, solitude, when her ex-boyfriend comes back in town. The Bellingham Underground.
“Screamin Demon,” Winner of Best Directing - A sound designer finds out why people are literally dying of fright. *
“Squirrels from Hell”- 2D animation short. Produced by Flaming Abortion.*
“The Chicken Man”- A severely emotionally challenged boy receives 4 chickens for his birthday from his mother, just before she is murdered. He later learns some tricks on how to make "special" food for his chickens. Produced by 13-year-old KKJ. *
“Tyro” Winner of Best Story- Woman copes with a less than idea relationship with her husband. Produced by Cobra Kai.
“Zombie at the Disco”- A group of young adults leave a house party and head to the local bar for a fun night when they run into unexpected friendships, stress and turmoil. Produced by Snuggle House Productions.
“Zombe’ DIEm”- What happens to the children left behind during a zombie apocalypse? Produced by the "How to Make a Zombie Movie" Class.
Zombin Ladin- Osama Bin Laden's corpse becomes a re-animated zombie, bent on infecting the world.*
Sponsors for this event are the Washington State Studio Network, Pickford Film Center , Bleedingham, Black Box Theatre, and the Arts Culture and Civic Engagement Initiative at Edmonds Community College.
(*)Rights are still being secured to show these films. As of now, they are on hold for screening.