The Stanley Film Festival, presented by the Denver Film Society, has announced the complete lineup for the festival, which runs from April 24 through April 27 in Estes Park and includes screenings of such movies as Eyes Wide Shut and Gremlins and more. In keeping with its setting in the iconic Stanley Hotel, the festival will celebrate all kinds of horror movies, from documentary to mockumentary. The festival will also welcome the founders of SpectreVision, along with Elijah Wood, Daniel Noah and Josh Waller, who'll accept the Visionary Award for their contributions to independent film.
Keep reading for the list of feature films that will be presented at the festival.
The Babadook - Australia/2013
Blood Glacier - Austria/2013
Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead - Norway/Iceland/2014
Doc of the Dead - USA/2014
Housebound - New Zealand/2014
Late Phases - USA/2014
Lesson Of The Evil - Japan/2012
Moebius - South Korea/2013
Nothing Bad Can Happen - Germany/2013
Open Windows - Spain/USA/2014
Ragnarok - Norway/2013
R100 - Japan/2013
Rigor Mortis - Hong Kong/2013
The Sacrament - USA/2013
Starry Eyes - USA/2014
The Strange Colour of Your Body's Tears - Belgium / France / Luxembourg/2013
Witching and Bitching - Spain/2013
What We Do In The Shadows - New Zealand/2014
Who Can Kill A Child? - Spain/1976
More information about the festival, including the full schedule and ticket prices, go to stanleyfilmfest.com.
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