Telluride Horror Show runs from October 11-13th, and have announced the first wave of films, guests attending, and lodging information. In addition, press applications are currently being accepted. Make your Keep reading to check out the official press release! Official Press Release: The Telluride Horror Show, a 3-day genre film festival
Jacob’s final trip to the mausoleum brings two gimmick screenings: “Rollercoaster” (1977) presented in Sensurround, and “Liquid Sky” (1982) featuring a live score by Philly psych rockers, Cheap Dinosaurs.
The fifth night at Cinedelphia found Jacob indulging in an audio/visual history of Philadelphia punk and hardcore music, as told by scene lifer Joseph Gervasi.
The Cinedelphia Film Festival hosts the Philadelphia premiere of festival hit, “Vanishing Waves”, and Jacob Knight was there. Read on for his thoughts.
Jacob takes a trip back in time with Frederick Wiseman’s controversial 1968 profile of Philadelphia public education, “High School”.
The Tribeca Film Festival is just around the corner! Find out what movies I’m most looking forward to.
Welcome to Screen Invasion’s coverage of the first annual Cinedelphia Film Festival. First up: a slasher double bill of “Girls School Screamers” (1986) & “Blades” (1989)
When this announcement landed in my inbox I could hardly contain my excitement. Then I remembered that it’s still 2012 and the next SXSW Film Festival is still six months away! The announcement of new programming at SXSW 2013 has whetted my appetite though and I’m ready for the next
It could be argued that horror is such a popular genre because it is, for all intents and purposes, the simplest. Boil it down to its basest components and, in the end, its audience only requires one thing – to be frightened. So how to achieve this? There are many
The hardworking staff at Screen Invasion is delighted to announce its sponsorship of the 3rd annual Telluride Horror Show, a three-day horror film festival held in lovely Telluride, Colorado, that begins TODAY! Founded by horror film fan and Telluride resident Ted Wilson, the Telluride Horror Show screens a devilish variety
Glamorization of flappers has its merits and its drawbacks, very much like the movement itself. Our Dancing Daughters manages to capture some of the contradictions inherent in the subculture. It is fun to watch, and the film was designed to be a visual pleasure. The glittering dresses, the crazy eyebrows, Crawford’s rouged lips in the pale face, leg-baring attires – all of this makes it a feast, for the mankind never tires of its simplest, perpetual, and universal sport of people watching.
Perhaps even more exciting than the films are the panels and interviews. I am crazy excited for these panels and the lineup of recently added films! This is going to be a great year at SXSW, tell me what your must-see would be! The 2012 SXSW Film Festival will host
I am sooooo excited to be covering SXSW for Screen Invasion! Here is a list of the Midnighters and Shorts that will be showing at the festival. [REC] ³ GENESIS is on my list for sure, I loved the first two and can’t wait to see the prequel. Do you