San Diego horror fans gather and listen.
We have a fantastic small independent movie theater called the Digital Gym Cinema on El Cajon Blvd in North Park. It’s small (46 seats), cozy, and it hosts some of the best horror films and events in the county.
A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to attend their screening of Tales of Halloween presented by Horrible Imaginings and the Film Geeks.
This particular screening took place on Saturday the 24th and those in attendance had the great luck of seeing the film introduced by two of its directors, Andrew Kasch and John Skipp, who made the trek down from Los Angeles to do this and a Q&A after the film (find it in podcast form below).
They also brought their short Clowntown which had played at Horrible Imaginings Film Festival last month and signed posters that were later raffled.
To accompany this, Beth Accomando made Chocolate Maple Bourbon Pumpkin pie for everyone as her desserts have become a beloved tradition to go with the films presented by the Film Geeks. I did not partake (pumpkin, not something I like at all), but from the happy faces around, it was another success.
The film itself is a lot of fun, 10 bite sized short films that interconnect and entertain, they are funny, gross, and spooky. It’s absolutely worth seeing on the big screen and a new Halloween classic. Do yourself a favor and check it out!