The Two Gay Geeks are very excited to share with you the news that “Uncharted Regions” will make its premiere at Horrible Imaginings Film Festival in San Diego on September 8th, 2017. Miguel Rodriguez, founder of, Horrible Imaginings, and Neal and Jana Hallford, of Uncharted Regions, are some our favorite people in San Diego, so we are delighted that Horrible Imaginings Film Festival is teaming up with Uncharted Regions. Below is the press release that was announced at the Heroes at the Mic Panel at Comic-Con International: San Diego today.




The Horrible Imaginings Film Festival and Swords & Circuitry Studios jointly announced today that the premiere episode of Uncharted Regions will open this year’s annual horror festival in San Diego, California on Friday, September 8th.
Produced by San Diego-based Swords & Circuitry Studios, “Someday, Over You,” is the first in the thirteen-episode Uncharted Regions audio drama series. The remainder of the series will be broadcast at a later date.



The announcement was made in San Diego during the “Heroes At the Mic” panel at Comic-Con International by Horrible Imaginings Festival Director Miguel Rodriguez, and Uncharted Regions Co-Executive Producer Neal Hallford.

“We’re excited to team up with Swords & Circuitry Studios to share this with our audience, and expose them to an amazing art form that’s harder to find these days,” Rodriguez says. “It’s part of our larger festival mission to explore horror in all its expressions.”
“Horrible Imaginings was a natural place for us to go for our premiere,” Hallford explains. “We’ve had a great relationship with them for other projects, and we are huge fans of this festival.”

The Horrible Imaginings Film Festival is ranked in several polls as being in the top 10 horror festivals in the United States. This year the organizers screened over two thousand entries.
“Someday, Over You,” was written by Neal Hallford, and produced by Neal Hallford, Jana Hallford, Kristin Naomi Garcia, and Alex E. McDaniel. It stars Daniel Pierce, Ron Christopher Jones, Patrick Gates, and Devona Williams.

Swords & Circuitry Studios has recruited writers for the series from across the television, film, comic book, and computer gaming industries for this project, and upcoming episodes feature stories by writers from Star Trek: Voyager, The Librarians, Tau Station, Tom Clancy’s The Division, and others.
“We’re covering several different genres in Uncharted Regions. Horror. SciFi. Adventure. We’ve even got a western. Everything is in there,” says series co-executive producer Jana Hallford. “Our writers are also reflecting a diverse spectrum of viewpoints and moods, but the common thread in this series is that they are all great, weird stories that depart from the ordinary.”

This year, the Horrible Imaginings Film Festival will take place September 8, 10th at the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego’s Balboa Park. Tickets are available at Horrible Imaginings Film Festival

The Horrible Imaginings Film Festival is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that showcases art and film that explores the darker or more macabre sides of the human condition. The festival was founded in 2010 by Miguel Rodriguez in San Diego, California in order to promote and spotlight exemplary new artistic voices in what is commonly known as the horror genre.

Swords & Circuitry Studios is an independent entertainment company that specializes in the production of science-fiction, fantasy, and horror related properties. Their award-winning noir horror short “The Case of Evil” premiered at the Horrible Imaginings Film Festival in 2014, and toured film festivals in the United States, Canada, and U.K.

For Horrible Imaginings
Miguel Rodriguez

For Swords & Circuitry Studios
Jana Hallford

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