Rocky Mountain Horror Film Festival

Halloween Horror Film Festival Scares Up Food for Calgary Shelters & Food Bank

Calgary, Alberta – October 3, 2010 – The Rocky Mountain Horror Film Festival is set to feature a selection of highly awarded and anticipated horror films from around the globe.

“We have entries from Spain, France, Greece, Australia and the UK,” says John Savoie, Festival Director, “And each film is either a multiple award-winner, or is a Canadian Premiere.”

If you are a horror fan, or simply looking for a Free Halloween Event, the festival offers films from the downright scary to clever dark-comedies with a horror theme.

“We have something for everyone – from zombies, demons and monsters to traditional ghosts stories,” Savoie says. “We even have two animated selections.”

In addition, two Canadian selections are onboard including Stranger in the Eyes of the Maker, a Calgary-made, traditional vampire tale featuring homegrown talent.

All of our selections are from independent studios and filmmakers. “These films are not produced by Hollywood and you don’t get the hype and marketing agenda. What you get is a really good film and a good story,” says Savoie.

All events for the film festival are free. Admission is a non-perishable food item to benefit local shelters and the Calgary Food Bank.

The Rocky Mountain Film Festival take place October 25, 2010 from 2pm-10pm at the Cardel Theatre, 180 Quarry Park Blvd SE, Calgary, Alberta.

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