Weve got two screens, celebrities coming in, and even a panel discussion, says Schultz. Well also have Colorado film premieres for two films that have seen a lot of buzz, Chillerama and The Woman. Along with celebrities such as Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes, Evil Spirits), who will be receiving a lifetime achievement award, the festival will showcase more than thirty short and feature-length horror films from eleven countries. It will also close with a ceremony on Sunday, where awards will be handed out.
The Mile High Horror Film Festival kicks off today at the Starz FilmCenter, 900 Auraria Parkway; admission is $75 for an all-access weekend pass, or $9 for individual screenings. For tickets and a full schedule, visit www.milehighhorrorfestival.com.
Oct. 7-9, 2011