The Rooftop Films Sunday Night Indie-Horror Marathon concludes with a spectacularly horrifying collection of short films.
The horror continues all night long, and is totally free! So spend your pre-Halloween Sunday watching terrifying indie films, all powered by NVIDIA.
4:00 pm: Doors open, reception featuring music and free food and drinks
5:00 pm: Jeremy Saulnier introduces Murder Party
7:00 pm: Rooftop Films Horror Shorts Program 1
8:30 pm: Spencer Parsons introduces Saturday Morning Massacre
10:00 pm: Rooftop Films Horror Shorts Program 2
Music between films and free drinks and snacks all night long!
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Mary Last Seen (Sean Durkin | 13 minutes | New York)
A young woman embarks on a road trip with her boyfriend to a place he promises will be beautiful and peaceful. But a series of strange events occur on their journey, and it becomes clear that their relationship is not what she thinks and their destination is not what was promised.
Out of Nowhere (Will Lamborn | Los Angeles, CA | 19 min.)
In this neo-noir western thriller, Peter may outrun his killer, over and over and over, but can he escape from nowhere?
The Piano Tuner (Olivier Treiner | France | 13 min.)
Adrien is a young piano prodigy. He now works as a piano tuner. He pretends to be blind in order to infiltrate his clients' intimacy. Since he sees things he should not, Adrien ends up witnessing a murder.
The Pact (Nicholas McCarthy | 11 minutes | USA)
As a woman struggles to come to grips with her past in the wake of her mother's death, an unsettling presence emerges in her childhood home.
Princess (Ethan Clarke | 7 minutes | USA)
A likely story of an unbreakable friendship between a woman and her cat. We need them. Do they really need us?
Kirksdale (Ryan Spindell | 21 minutes | USA)
In the deep south of 1960's Florida, down canopy roads, amongst blooming live oaks, rests a quiet hospital. Kirksdale Hospital, a plantation turned mental asylum, provides patients with a calm environment to ease their inner turmoil. At least on the surface. When a tormented mental patient escapes the facility, Molly Walker a misunderstood teenage girl, and Darryl Pearl, a young sheriff's deputy, must face their inner demons in a fight for their sanity and their lives. Oh, and this is very likely the scariest freakin’ movie we have ever shown.