48 Hour Horror Film Project Premiere Haunts The Hollywood Theater

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The only thing scarier than watching a horror movie is actually making one. Now imagine only having two days to do so. The Pittsburgh 48 Hour Film Horror Project challenged 21 teams to write, shoot, edit, and score their own horror shorts over the course of a single weekend. On October 25th, the resulting films will premiere at the Hollywood Theater and compete for a variety of awards. See screening schedule below:

Group A

6 p.m.

Children of the Corman – Darin DiNapoli
Everything But The Name – Edwin Huang
Falling October Productions – Alexander Cronin
Flying Penguin Productions – Matthew Haider
Hutchins Films – Jesse Hutchins
Locust Street Entertainment – Lance Parkin
Long Knuckle Studios – David Kost
Pyrite Production – Nicole Wintruba
Static Renegades Productions – Stephen Bendig
Will it Taste Good My Precious – Josh Baez

Group B

8 p.m.

Blind Tiger Films – Josh Hausman
Carnegie Screenwriters – Bob Scott
Gaff Tape and a Prayer – Mike Hanley
Goat Milk Fudge – PJ Gaynard
Gorlok Productions – Frank Fornsaglio
Killer Babies – Jackie Druga
Little Foot Productions – Stephen Santa
R. Walker Productions – Rodman Walker
ShadowFrame – Jason Boyer
Titan Terror Studios – Danielle Dinkdak
Westmonster Productions – Brad Kolesar

The Pittsburgh 48 Hour Horror Film Project premiere will begin at 6 p.m. Audience members may vote on their favorite films after each group showing. Guests are encouraged to wear costumes to the event. Tickets are $10 each or two for $15, and are available for purchase at Brown Paper Tickets.

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