SCREAM FEST 2016 ANNOUNCES FIRST WAVE OF PROGRAMMING
Scream Fest is a little over a month away, and now they have graced us with the first wave of films. The list consists of mostly U.S. films with the exception of two; one being from Mexico and another from Finland. From horror-comedy to supernatural thriller, attendees can expect a taste of different subgenres from this first wave alone. No news as far as guest appearances just yet, but we’ll keep you guys in the loop as more announcements are made.
Director – Bobby Miller
A man goes on a spiritual retreat to fix his broken life only to find that this retreat releases more than just toxins and trauma.
United States, 2016
Director – Richard Bates jr.
In this horror comedy, Owen and Isabel run into trouble when Owen is confronted with the past he has been running from al of his life.
Director – Xavier Gens
Based on true events, this supernatural thriller deals with the topic of good vs. bad and life vs. death.
Director – Sean Brosnan
Asher, deaf and mute since the young age of 12, trains and plots his revenge against the man that killed his brother 21 years ago; the same man that happens to be his father.
Director – Vincent Masciale
Two friends sign up with a company that brings people’s biggest fears to life.
United States, 2016
Director – The Vang Brothers
After downloading an app, five teenagers find themselves being haunted by a supernatural entity.
Director – Alejandro G. Alegre
After hitting rock bottom, Federico creates his own religious cult. He then kidnaps Fernando; a former business partner who attempts to leave while heir of worship amid a slaughter justified by their own past tragedies.
Director – Taneli Mustonen
Four friends camping at Lake Bodom start being murdered one by one. This is based on a true story about the number of homicides that took place in 1960 at Lake Bodom in Espoo, Finland.
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