Two Freaky Film Events for Your Hallow’s Eve (both are local – and one is FREE)

Saturday, Oct 29 at 11:00PM (also playing Nov 5 and 12)

The Oregonian’s protagonist, a woman waking up from a car crash on a deserted road, has an important journey ahead of her. Using surrealism, 70s shock horror cinema and Throbbing Gristle’s mandate, “entertainment through pain,” as a starting point, director Calvin Lee Reeder has made a road trip film that deprives its audience of every conventional expectation in a movie-going experience. The Oregonian re-imagines our dreary, forested Northwest landscape as a purgatory from an old-time religion, complete with its own symbolism, a cast of arch-angels and at least 59 levels of hell.
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Sunday, Oct. 30th at 4:30pm (doors open, screening at 5pm)

A free screening of the locally produced (and soon-to-be screened at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival) short ghost story film A Penny Earned starring Frances Hearn, Samara Lerman and Aaron Washington. Run time: 14 minutes. Cast and Crew in attendance for post-screening Q&A.

“Young honeymooners learn a hard lesson while investigating a ‘haunted’ inn: some ghosts don’t like having their story told.”

Hosted by the writer/director/producer T.J. Mino and eleMental Films.

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