Apr 27, 2016

BLOODSUCKA JONES VS. THE CREEPING DEATH: First Footage Revealed

International badass and afro'd monster fighter Bloodsucka Jones is getting ready to kick zombie ass in BLOODSUCKA JONES VS. THE CREEPING DEATH. 


Bloodsucka Jones and super gorgeous but deadly Filipino sidekick Vanessa help a couple of idiots fight an army of zombies created by the evil douche vampire Stewart. This sequel to the award-winning cult horror-comedy BLOODSUCKA JONES promises blood, gore, synth, bad language, muscle cars, kick ass girls, lasers, Kung Fu, bikinis, roller derby, beautiful sidekicks, wristbands, and maybe even a violent puppet death.
Check out the first footage from the sequel and help support this upcoming horror-comedy by donating to the BSJ vs. TCD Indiegogo Campaign and get lots of awesome perks.


Bloodsucka Jones (2013), directed by Justin Armao, had its World Premiere at Fright Night Theatre.

Mar 30, 2016

PHOTOS: FNTFF Mar 11-12, 2016

From March 11-12, 2016, the Fright Night Theatre Film Festival transformed the Staircase Theatre in Hamilton, ON into the SCAREcase Theatre for two nights of thrills, chills, and cinematic kills. We kicked off the first of our twice-a-year horror, cult, and exploitation film festival with 20 official selections: 5 fiendish feature films (Harvest Lake, The Barn, Bunny the Killer Thing, She Who Must Burn, and Idyll) and 15 terrifying shorts. 

With the help of Locked in the Cellar Creations, who decGOREated the Staircase Theatre with horror decor, the first Fright Night Theatre Film Fest of 2016 was a decidedly sinful success and we'll return with an all new festival lineup September 30 - October 01!

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Mar 14, 2016

AWARD WINNERS: March 2016 Fright Night Theatre Film Festival


Now that the March 2016 Fright Night Theatre Film Festival has come to a close we are thrilled to annouce the winners of our Audience Choice and Selection Committee Awards. From the phenomenal five feature films and 15 short official selections that made up our festival, the following films and filmmakers stood out as exceptional beacons of indie talent.

AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARDS
As voted by the in-attendance audience

BEST FILM

Bunny the Killer Thing
(Director - Joonas Makkonen / Producers - Miika J. Norvanto, Matti Pekkanen, Mikko Soukkala)

BEST SHORT

O Christmas Tree
(Director - Greg Kovacs / Producers - Nathan Hawkins, Stephanie Christiaens, Darren Hutchings)


SELECTION COMMITTEE AWARDS
As voted by the Fright Night Theatre programming team

== FEATURE FILMS ==

SCARIEST FILM
She Who Must Burn (dir. Larry Kent)


MOST SHOCKING FILM
Harvest Lake (dir. Scott Schirmer)


FUNNIEST FILM
Bunny the Killer Thing (dir. Joonas Makkonen)


BEST DIRECTOR
Scott Schirmer (Harvest Lake)



BEST ACTOR
Jason Crowe (Harvest Lake)


BEST ACTRESS
Missy Cross (She Who Must Burn)


BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Kevin Roach (Harvest Lake)


BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Tristan Risk (Harvest Lake)


BEST SCREENPLAY
Harvest Lake- Scott Schirmer


BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
TIE - Brian K. Williams (Harvest Lake) & Nejc Saje (Idyll)


BEST SPECIAL EFFECTS
Harvest Lake


BEST VISUAL EFFECTS
TIE - The Barn & Bunny the Killer Thing


BEST MUSICAL SCORE
Harvest Lake - Adam Robl & Shawn Sutta

BEST VILLAIN
She Who Must Burn - Andrew Dunbar, Shane Twerdun, and Missy Cross as The Baarkers


ACHIEVEMENT IN MAKEUP FX
The Barn


BEST MONSTER
Harvest Lake


 == SHORT FILMS ==

BEST HORROR SHORT
Heir (dir. Richard Powell)



MOST SHOCKING SHORT
Die! Sitter! Die! (dir. Lee Boxleitner and Sam Boxleitner)


BEST COMEDY SHORT
Night of the Slasher (dir. Shant Hamassia)


BEST SCI-FI SHORT
They Will All Die in Space (dir. Javier Chillon)


BEST ANIMATED SHORT
Exordium (dir. Morgan Galen King)


BEST FANTASY SHORT
Portal to Hell!!! (dir. Vivieno Caldinelli)


BEST CANADIAN SHORT
The Indestructible (dir. Kalen Artinian)