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October 27 only
October 27 only
Back for its fifth year, SpookFest is the film festival that goes bump in the night! We’ve scavenged the crypts, summoned the demons, and took all the candy from the “Take 1” bowls to bring you a night of homegrown short films of halloweeny spookiness. All with a touch of humor and a dash of fake blood.
On October 27th, The Roxie turns into a haunted theater with ghastly music, king-size candy bars, and some monstrous emcees to take us through a night of mostly delight and a little fright. Moviegoers are encouraged to wear costumes (there’s a contest!) and vote on your favorite films. Tell your friends and the monsters under your bed, and LET’S. GET. SPOOKY!!
A spooky bonus: all proceeds go to non-profit charities of the filmmakers choosing. So the night is a total treat along with the tricks.
SpookFest 2022 Lineup:
GUTS by Chris McInroy
It takes guts to get that promotion.
THE CRUISE by Richard Louprasong
Cruising spots aren’t just for the living anymore.
YUREI by Lindsay Sunada
You’ve never danced with this demon.
TEA TIME by Tara Price
You’re never too young to be an absolute menace.
SURVIVERS by Carlos Gómez-Trigo
Did we make it out yet?
HAIRSUCKER by Michael Jones, Paddy Jessop
So that’s where my drain leads.
CREATURES OF THE NIGHT by Lauren Ambry, Ella McShortall, Olivia Tang
Can power metal shred even the most epic of beasts?
PLACE by Jason Gudasz
Fresh starts can spoil pretty quickly.
MONSTER ENCOUNTERS by James Smith
That’s right, even play dough is deadly now.
FREEBIRTH by Juan Avella
“Natural” is a strong term for this birthing.
MONSTER DYKË by Kaye Adelaide, Mariel Sharp
Why just make love when you can make a lover?
BUZZKILL by Peter Ahern
First dates are so tough in a spooky film world.
WE TOGETHER by Henry Kaplan
A zombie is awakened, and we are too.
NOTE FILMS START RIGHT AT THE LISTED SHOWTIME.
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DISCOUNTED FOR MEMBERS
SpookFest 2022: Upcoming Showtimes