‘Zero Killed’ has been officially selected for the Bram Stoker International Film Festival in Whitby, England. The festival runs from October 25-28, 2012. The screening is scheduled for
Saturday, October 27, 2012, 6 pm @ Pavilion Theatre
The Bram Stoker International Film Festival celebrates the life of Bram Stoker through four days and nights of gothic decadence cumulating with the highly anticipated and world famous Bram Stoker European Vampires Ball now in its third year. Bram Stokers European Vampire’s Ball is a night of dark romanticism and a gothic interpretation of beauty, inspired by Bram Stokers Dracula. Join your host Rosie Lugosi the Vampire Queen as she guides you through the dark entertainment and gothic delights from The Beautiful Deadly Children, Bella Lune, Winter in Eden and Method Cell before handing you over to the tender mercies of DJ Ghost of Charnel House. 2012 sees the 100 years celebration of Bram Stoker’s death in true gothic style in Whitby. The Vampire’s Walk will allow Goths, Steampunks and Dracula fans to retrace Mina’s steps through Whitby dressed in their finest attire.
by Harrison Engstrom | Sticky Trigger Entertainment, Sept 15, 2012
A documentary about the murder fantasies of everyday people, shot by everyday people, is an interesting experiment. However, without any premise or statement, the audience is left in the dark about the director’s purpose. We understand that this is a documentary about the darkness of ourselves, but is it showing the true nature of humanity or the freedom of cathartic art or something else entirely? (more…)
Official Selection #18! ‘Zero Killed’ is an official selection of the Thriller! Chiller! Film Festival in Grand Rapids, Michigan (October 18-20, 2012).
Thriller! Chiller! is Grand Rapids original international film festival, and we are proud to screen the best in world class genre movies in our hometown venue, the Wealthy Theatre! Action, sci-fi, suspense and horror movies like those you discovered as a kid on some random Saturday afternoon hanging with your friends at the theater. Or a movie you found late one night on television after the parents went to bed and you couldn’t catch a wink of sleep before – or after – watching it.
Our next stop with ‘Zero Killed’: Buffalo Screams Horror Film Festival in Buffalo, New York. The festival runs from October 17-21, 2012. We are closing the festival with a screening on
October 21, 2012, 8.45 pm @ Dipson’s Market Arcade Film & Arts Center
Welcome to the Third Annual BUFFALO SCREAMS Horror Film Festival, a festival organized by filmmakers to spotlight edgy, creative, independent horror films you probably won’t see at your local multiplex – a film festival for people who love to make horror films and people who love to watch horror films.