Another Hole In The Head Film Festival adds Movie Theater Massacre
Movie Theater Massacre (written and directed by Ian Courtney) has been added to this years Another Hole in The Head Film Festival. Movie Theater Massacre will screen as part of the Virtual portion of the festival. Here’s what they had to say about Movie Theater Massacre.
Jake, Wily, Rachel, Val, & Dan are employees at a movie theater. They enjoy working at an establishment that provides them the opportunity to discuss their favorite subject: movies. But the building’s owner, Harold, plans to sell off the property since movie going doesn’t seem profitable anymore. Random people start disappearing; while simultaneously, strange, and unexplainable things begin happening. Will they live to see another movie?
You can watch the film in the luxury of your own home for just $9.99. After this content becomes available December 1st at 4:00 am EST, you’ll have 14 days to start watching. Once you begin, you’ll have 48 hours to finish watching. Purchase here.
Voyag3r scored the finale scene of Movie Theater Massacre. The track, Slaughter Into Space was engineered, mixed and mastered by Steve Greene at the Battle Chamber Studio.
San Francisco’s Another Hole in the Head film Festival is a 25-day cinematic excursion into the realms of Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, and assorted other genre fare. Under the auspices of SF IndieFest, ‘AHITH’ has an 20-year tradition of pulling together diverse Independent films of all varieties and budgetary considerations–from major productions by professional companies to micro-budget labors of love, and everything in between. This year’s festival runs December 1st – December 25th, 2023 . The festival will take place live in San Francisco at the ROXIE, 4STAR , BALBOA and ECLECTIC BOX theaters. It will be available On-Demand via the Eventive platform, plus live online screenings with audience interaction and filmmaker Q&A on the Zoom platform.
With this festival, we seek broader horizons than the common interpretation of “genre film” allows. All styles of independent film are welcome to compete: whether it’s a major production from a professional company, a student film, or a micro-budget labor of love, we are committed to giving each film due consideration.