The Two Gay Geeks received this press release from our good friends at Horrible Imaginings Film Festival. There are now a series of events leading up to the annual festival itself, as well as merchandise options.
Check it out, especially the new Discord channel for discussion beginning August 8th.
Let us know what you think in the comments section below. As always we welcome your feedback and input on all of our published content. Than you for stopping by and spending time with us.
Discord Watch Party This Sunday August 8th!
Chat Along with RONDO AND BOB director Joe O’Connell
Come hang out with us on the Horrible Imaginings Discord this Sunday and chat with the HIFF community as we watch the 1946 classic HOUSE OF HORRORS.
Discord is a free to use voice, video, and text chat service available both on desktop as well as mobile app. Join our growing community of cinephiles!
A brand new event from Horrible Imaginings Film Festival!
The Horrible Realities series will focus on documentaries, true crime, and other non-fiction pieces that deal with darker or more macabre subject matter! To kick this off, we are presenting a double feature of documentaries that shed some personal new light on horror luminaries!
First, RONDO AND BOB follows the art director Robert Burns (Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Howling) and his affection for the classic horror actor Rondo Hatton (The Creeper). This screening will include a live Q&A with director Joe O’Connell!
Then, a deeply-personal full conversation with Lucio Fulci–one of the last recorded conversations before his death! FULCI TALKS!
Join us at The Frida Cinema at 7pm for this wonderful double feature. Both films will also be available virtually to California residents through Sunday, August 14th!
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About Horrible Imaginings Film Festival
Established in San Diego, CA in 2009, the annual Horrible Imaginings Film Festival showcases the newest voices in horror, sci-fi, and fantasy genre cinema over a multi-day event that consists of film screenings, diverse panels, parties, and networking sessions.
Our mission is to spotlight genre cinema, amplify artistic voices, and foster a community of acceptance. We sincerely believe in the sharing and exploring of our deepest fears, desires, and anxieties in a community setting. This festival allows audience members the opportunity to not only explore these complex emotions but also exorcise them.
Over the past 10 years, we have screened over 750 genre titles and welcomed over 8,000 passionate attendees.