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Horrorfest 2006 29 Oct 2006 21:09 #13646

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Anyone going to feature Horrorfest 2006 and what are the terms on this one.
I could see this series playing well around college towns or maybe if they put it out during the month of October but mid November may be a tough sell.
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Re: Horrorfest 2006 30 Oct 2006 07:41 #13647

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The Descent/Grudge/Saw/ Chainsaw Massacre.... what the hell? That's plenty enough horror festivities for me.

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Re: Horrorfest 2006 30 Oct 2006 15:01 #13648

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Yeah but these are indy filmakers not the studio backed garbage!
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Re: Horrorfest 2006 30 Oct 2006 18:33 #13649

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this looks great!
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Re: Horrorfest 2006 30 Oct 2006 18:55 #13650

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I wonder if these films are actually on 35mm stock or being projected on dlp systems. Anybody know??? The films look like they were shot on video. There are 3 multiplexes within 1 1/2 hours from me that are going to run the fest.
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Re: Horrorfest 2006 30 Oct 2006 20:33 #13651

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I believe they were shot in Digital Video format! And have been bumped upp to 35mm film for the run of the horror fest!
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Re: Horrorfest 2006 19 Nov 2006 09:35 #13652

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Although I assisted in making up all the films (9) for that horror fest, I've yet to see any of them. I'm going to watch a couple today. They are all on brand new 35 mm prints.
From what I am gathering from the audience though there better than anything out there!
To bad the ad campaign was almost non excistant!
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