This is the second day of the 13th Another Hole in the Head film fest in San Francisco. Day one had a pretty good turn out, considering it was the wettest Thursday we've had in a long time, but this weekend will be a different story. There are some very cool titles screening, some found footage and sci-fi, and a whole lot of horror! Let's look at some of the highlights.
Friday 28th @ 9pm
There's a chill in the air, so it must be Fall, which as any 90s TV watcher knows means it's HalloweenSpecial time on your favorite shows: Saved by the Bell, My So Called Life, Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and of course The Simpsons. So this version of our insanely popular 90s Music Video Sing A Long Show will feature all the fly video hits and one hit wonders you jammed to in school plus some seasonal extras.
Friday 28th @ 11pm
Action/ Comedy/ Scifi (SF Indie)
Three ordinary guys are thrust into a parallel world of an old Sci-Fi movie. Trapped in a low budget universe they must somehow fight their way home before it is too late.
Saturday is packed with blocks of shorts from 11 am to 5 pm.
Saturday 29th @ 7pm (1hr 34min)
Horror/ Thriller/ Suspense (SF Indie)
A teenager struggles to keep his father's faith in God when his family falls victim to a devil's plot.
Saturday 29th @ 9pm (1hr 23min)
Horror (SF Indie)
Mahal is a part of an elite squad of skilled hunters responsible for keeping the world safe from vampires and other creatures of the night. Her mission to rid the world of this undead threat becomes compromised when her fate intertwines with an aswang (a vampire of Philippine folklore), forcing her to choose sides in an age old war.
Saturday 29th @ 11pm (1hr 28min)
Horror (SF Indie)
Four twentysomethings find themselves stuck on a haunted antique bed where leaving means suffering a gruesome death. Plagued with frightening hallucinations, they must figure out the bed's secrets before they are ultimately picked off one by one.
More Shorts! Here's the list.
Sunday 30th @ 7pm (1hr 26min)
Thriller/ Suspense (SF Indie)
Panopticon is about a man with a sunlight allergy that isolates him from the outside world. Living in a beachside town, he is surrounded by spoils he cannot partake in. Desperate for connection, he hacks into webcams to take part in the lives of others.
All screenings are at the New People Cinema on Post Street in San Francisco.