NEPA Horror Film Festival Needs Your Help

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Typically, I don’t post any type of call for money on my blog, but in the spirit of this horror blog, community, and independent film making, I want to note that the NEPA Horror Film Festival needs to raise the necessary funds to make the event possible this October.

There are a few different ways that you can help. You can make a donation here, buy tickets here, or purchase a sponsorship package here. The festival will be held at the Circle Drive-in Theater on Sunday Oct. 13 at 7 pm. Along with showcasing short films from national and international filmmakers, the event will feature vendors and special guests, including Felissa Rose (Angela from Sleepaway Camp), Kevin Van Hentenryck (Kevin from Basket Case), and Frank Henenlotter (director/writer of Basket Case).

For a closer look at the festival, check out this NEPA Scene podcast from last year featuring the event’s organizer/founder Bobby Keller.

Please consider supporting this event!

NEPA Horror Film Festival Seeking Submissions

The NEPA Horror Film Festival is seeking submissions for the 2018 festival, which will be held at the Circle Drive-in in Dickson City on Oct. 7. For information about the submission process, check out the festival’s website.

Last year was the first year I attended this event, and it was sold out! I stayed for a majority of the festival, which featured shorts from around the world and vintage commercials and horror movie trailers. It’s definitely worth checking out and submitting a film if you’re a filmmaker.