5 Off-Beat Streaming Underground Horror Films For Halloween
If you’re tired of the usual serial killers or have gotten bored with the the living dead, here’s a severed handful of quirky horror flicks to make for a wickedly entertaining Halloween.
Streaming: The Vampire’s Tomb
A family gathers at a mansion on the edge of a graveyard for the reading of the will of a deceased aunt, who may have returned from the grave to get revenge against her greedy relatives.
2014 Sydney Underground Film Festival: Official Lineup
The 8th annual Sydney Underground Film Festival is screening Usama Alshaibi’s Arab American, Leah Meyerhoff’s I Believe in Unicorns, Andre Perkowski’s Nova Express and loads more great films.
Streaming: Ed Wood’s Devil Girls
A female ex-con attempts to gain back control of her girl gang and win back the love of a degenerate drug dealer. Based on the novel by Ed Wood.
On DVD: Ed Wood’s Devil Girls
Andre Perkowski has released his adaptation of the Edward D. Wood Jr. novel Devil Girls, a lurid tale of sex, drugs and badassery.
2009 Austin Underground Film Festival: Official Lineup
The fourth annual Austin Underground Film Festival will take place during the the Art Outside festival at Apache Pass in Rockdale, TX.
School of Visual Arts: Naked Lunch At 50
Oct. 10: The School of Visual Arts is screening films based on the work of William S. Burroughs, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Naked Lunch.
Filmmakers Post Videos, Too
While I post a lot of individual videos on the Underground Film Journal, filmmakers are posting way more videos online than I can write about and promote. Check ’em out!
2008 Austin Underground Film Festival: Shorts Review (Part Two)
Here are more reviews of short films from the 3rd Austin Underground Film Festival, including ones by Andrew Perkowski and Don Hertzfeldt.
2008 Austin Underground Film Festival: Shorts Review (Part One)
Here’s my first batch of reviews for the 3rd annual Austin Underground Film Festival, including films by Don Hertzfeldt, Andre Perkowski and Run Wrake.