- Category: News
- Written by Steve Pattee
- Published on Sunday, 23 March 2014 21:21
CineMayhem Film Fest Reveals 2014 Poster Gallery
The second annual CineMayhem takes place March 28th - 30th, 2014, with a FREE retro indie horror line-up. In celebration fo this, the folks behind CineMayhem as revealed a special poster gallery celebrating their film selections this year, including The Fog (1980), Vamp (1986), and Hellraiser (1987), all of which were designed by Chelsea Patterson of Cutestreak Designs.
From the press release:
Created in 2013 by producer and horror journalist Heather Wixson, CineMayhem Film Fest celebrates the legacy of independent horror and the films that have- and continue to- change the landscape of genre cinema. For its second year, CineMayhem Film Fest is breaking tradition in order to create a truly unique experience for indie horror fans at its new location, Jumpcut Café (13203 Ventura Blvd. in Studio City, CA) by expanding its celebration of independent horror to three days, beginning on Friday, March 28th and running through Sunday, March 30th and offering passes to each CineMayhem 2014 event at NO CHARGE.
CineMayhem Film Fest will kick-off on March 28th with a special screening of John Carpenter’s THE FOG with the Master of Horror himself in attendance that evening for a very intimate Q&A to start the evening’s festivities. Also screening that Friday evening before THE FOG is UK filmmaker Paul Davis’ latest short film THE BODY which has received rave reviews from festivals worldwide. CineMayhem will also have some special giveaways that evening courtesy of Scream Factory including posters and Blu-ray copies of THE FOG.
On Saturday, March 29th, CineMayhem will be hosting New World Pictures’ cult comedy classic VAMP with the film’s co-star Robert Rusler (A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge, Weird Science, Sometimes They Come Back) in attendance for a special Q&A; the short film selection for Saturday evening includes Rebekah McKendry’s FOUND and MIRACLE ON METAL STREET by Carl Bachmann.
For the final night of CineMayhem, horror fans in attendance will be paying tribute to visionary storyteller, filmmaker and artist Clive Barker with a rare exhibition showcasing his “Moontribe” art series, a special viewing of HELLRAISER and more surprises to be revealed that evening. The short films selected for the final night of CineMayhem include Patrick Rea’s THE HOURGLASS FIGURINE and THE SUMMONERS by Christian Ackerman.
Check out those slick posters below, any of which would have a place on my wall.
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