It’s Harry Knowles’ (from Aint it Cool News) birthday film bash where he shows 24 hours of movies in the theater, some vintage, some not yet released, as well as trailers, shorts, and various sneak previews and such. Oh, and there was a wedding with Elijah Wood as ring-bearer.
Another Exhumed Films Horror-Thon has come and gone and I am a better person for having attended. I’ll save you the gushing about why this even is so great, you can check that out in the previous write-ups below. I’ll just say that it is a huge privilege to be able to see 14 35mm classic/obscure/campy films, dozens of trailers and some in the theater in 24 hours.
Every year Harry Knowles of Aint It Cool News puts on a 24 hour theater event for his birthday. He programs a mix of old films and not-yet-released films, trailers, shorts, live appearances and other[…]
I was privileged to have been able to attend the best film event in the world for the seventh time in my life.
This year included fifteen 35mm films, dozens of trailers, vegan ice-cream delivery, prize giveaways, free morning cereal, no sleep and once in a lifetime memories.
The best film event in the world returned again for another year. 24+ horrors of trailers, shorts, and feature films. I never dreamed I would be able to attend an event like this, let alone once a year for the past 7 years. Craziness!
My favorite film event of the year is back! I’ve spent enough time in the past explaining why I believe the Exhumed Films 24-Hour Horror-thon is the premiere film-going experience in the world. So until you can attend, just take my word for it.
Seven exploitation films in twelve hours. The second Ex-fest from Exhumed Films can be summed up best by the tagline on the poster they made:
“She was young… she was pretty… she was innocent… until Exhumed Film’s eX-Fest Part II!”
Another great show from Exhumed Films! All five original features. In 35mm Scope! Lots of trailers, lots of bananas, and some very good vegan banana ice cream.
12 hours of exploitation films? Sign me up.
The Philadelphia Cinefest started a few days ago. This year I did not purchase a pass, and only managed to see four films.
I survived the Exhumed Films 24-hour Horror-thon Part IV! The presentation this year was awesome as usual. There was great coordination by the group to get things moving, there was plenty of vegan food to[…]
In recognition of the upcoming Exhumed Films 24-Hour Horror-thon 2010, I am reposting my entry on the first 24-hour show they put on. I missed 2008 (one of the biggest regrets of my life), but[…]
The Exhumed Films crew put on a great show at the International House in Philadelphia. Fourteen films including trailers, shorts, Vegan food, prizes, a horror art show, jack-o-lanterns and free cereal
So 11 days and 50 films later, here I sit trying to make sense of it all. There are a few great films, a few horrible films, and many in between. I’ll keep things short and give you a list of the ones worth seeking out.
A Game for Girls – Matteo Rovere – Italy A group of rich highschool girls go through life controlling and manipulating all the people around them. Things come to a head when the new young[…]