Friday, July 20, 2018

Screenings in the Bay (Friday to Sunday): Unfriended: Dark Web, Frozen Film Festival, SF Jewish Film Festival

Happy Friday guys! This is a pretty slow week for genre, but a great one for things you probably haven't seen. First off (the film I've been waiting for for months), UNFRIENDED: DARK WEB opens everywhere today! I was extremely excited to be able to see this film last week at an advanced screening, along with several of the Overlook creatures. You can find our review HERE. This was a strong addition to the POV cinema catalog and I absolutely recommend seeing it in theatres. 

But if you're looking for something to do throughout the rest of the week, there is a variety of film festivals happening ll over the city. The SF Jewish Film Festival has movies at several theatres across the bay area, whereas the SF Frozen Film Festival is only at the Roxie. And yes, there's at least one horror block.

Opening This Week

Unfriended: Dark Web (2018)
Opens Friday 20th (1hr 28min)
Horror (Rotten Tomatoes)
When a 20-something finds a cache of hidden files on his new laptop, he and his friends are unwittingly thrust into the depths of the dark web. They soon discover someone has been watching their every move and will go to unimaginable lengths to protect the dark web.

SF Jewish Film Festival

Saturday 21st @ 8:55pm (1hr 14min)
Thriller (IMDB)
On a cold, wintry night, Lena shows up on the doorstep of the Rossberg family mansion. She claims her car has broken down, but her arrival is intentional. Lena is in pursuit of Anselm Rossberg, an aged Auschwitz guard who lives with his daughter, Maria. Anselm and Maria both deny Anselm's past, but Lena is determined to get him to confess, even as her own weapon is turned on her and she is forced into a moral dilemma.

Frozen Film Fest

All Weekend
The San Francisco Frozen Film Festival (SFFFF) is a Nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2006 that is dedicated to creating avenues for independent filmmakers, youth, filmmakers of conscience, and artists from underserved communities to come together and exhibit their work to the widest possible audience.

Sci-Fi/Horror Block Sunday 22nd @ 9pm


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