Monthly Archives: January 2012
The Little Rock Film festival is continuing expanding its mission as a year round film programming organization. In addition to our flagship LRFF each June, we now host the 48 Hour Film Project, the Reel Civil Rights Film Festival, the monthly Argenta Film Series, and soon the Little Rock Horror Picture Show. In an article for the Arkansas Democrat Gazette … Continue reading
The Little Rock Horror Picture Show is bringing Sennentuntschi: Curse of the Alps to Little Rock by way of Austria. The film played at Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas this past fall. In 1975 in a remote mountain village, a wild woman suddenly appears. She has travelled from Höhenalp, where Alpine herdsmen do unimaginable things to attract women. It’s an affliction that … Continue reading
Passes are now on sale at Ticket Leap! Follow this link: http://littlerockfilmfestival.ticketleap.com/little-rock-horror-picture-show/t/f0639ebd83d41f0c52beb4988b3fbae8/ The Little Rock Horror Picture Show is February 17-19th at Market Street Cinema featuring the latest in thrills in chills from across the globe!
The Little Rock Film Festival is extremely proud to announce that the Little Rock Horror Picture Show’s Opening Night film will be Madison County from Arkansas native and writer/director Eric England. The film stars Arkansas native Colley Bailey, as well as Nick Principe, Ace Marrero, Natalie Sheetz, Joanna Sotomura, and Matt Mercer. The film was shot in and around Ozark, … Continue reading
The Holding is a taut thriller with a horror edge fully shot in the United Kingdom. On an isolated farm in the English countryside, Cassie Naylor kills her husband to protect her daughters from him. Eight months later when a charming drifter shows up her secret comes back to haunt her. The film stars Kierston Wareing, Vincent Regan, Terry Stone, … Continue reading
Civil War era zombie film Exit Humanity will be playing this year’s Little Rock Horror Picture Show. Exit Humanity is the legend of Edward Young’s horrific and dramatic journey through an unexplainable outbreak of the walking dead to lay to rest the most important thing in his life, his son’s ashes. The film stars Dee Wallace, Bill Moseley, Stephan McHattie, Mark … Continue reading
The Little Rock Horror Picture show has added another film to the line up. The Speak follows two brothers who lead a team of paranormal investigators for their failing webseries “the Perfect Apparition”. With everything on the line they roll into a North Pacific town to shoot in the Don Parke Hotel which is believed to be one of the … Continue reading