The full schedule for the 3rd Annual Tucson Terrorfest is now online! Click on the SCHEDULE link for the complete terrifying line-up of horrors! Tucson Terrorfest is southern Arizona’s ONLY horror film festival, so show your support by sharing the festival with other horror buffs. The countdown to the festival has begun!
Submissions for the 3rd Annual Tucson Terrorfest are now open! The dates of this year’s festival are Oct. 17th to 19th of 2013. We screen the best of independent horror cinema from all over the world, and give awards for best feature, short, director, actor, and actress. For more info on submission dates click on the Submit link.
We congratulate all the films that screened at the festival this year. It has been the best festival yet, and we are looking forward to providing more screams and chills next year. Here are the award winners to this year’s Tucson Terrorfest.
Best Horror Feature – Nailbiter
Best Horror Short – Foodie
Best Horror Director – H.P. Mendoza for I Am A Ghost
Best Horror Actress – Anna Ishida for I Am A Ghost
Best Horror Actor – Vincent Regan for The Holding
The full schedule for the 2nd Annual Tucson Terrorfest (Southern Arizona’s ONLY Horror Film Festival) is now online. Click the schedule link at the top, or click HERE. Tickets to the films are $6, and a full festival pass for the whole weekend of horrors is $30, click the ticket link at the top for more info. (The still is Tim Burton playing Van Helsing in a rare acting role in Vampire’s Kiss playing Friday Oct. 19th at 8pm).
The second year of Tucson’s and southern Arizona’s only horror film festival kicks off with the critically acclaimed zombie horror comedy mockumentary film Portrait of a Zombie.
A working class Irish family is caught up in a zombie invasion of Dublin, Ireland. When their son, Billy, becomes a zombie the family chooses to take care of him in the home much to the chagrin of the neighbors and the local crime boss. Meanwhile, they’ve invited an American documentarian to film their situation and the film crew is caught up in the mayhem. Will the family prove that blood is thicker than water or will their love lead to their eventual doom? One thing is clear, for the zombies in Ireland, the famine is definitely over.
We have some great new artwork for this year’s Tucson Terrorfest from our new creative director Kevin Byrd!
Look for official posters, stickers, and t-shirts of this artwork to be available in October for the festival.
Tucson Terrorfest is returning for its second year with more films, parties, and midnight screenings from Oct. 18th to 20th 2012! Tucson Terrorfest is also now an awards festival! We are giving away awards for best feature, short, director, actor, and actress. Click our submit link to submit your film to this year’s festival! Tucson Terrorfest has been called one of the best up and coming horror festivals!
The Tucson Terrorfest is proud to present The Man Who Saw Frankenstein Cry: Paul Naschy, The Life and Legend of a Horror Icon ONE SCREENING ONLY!
Saturday, January 21st
The Screening Room
127 E. Congress St
Hosted by director and screenwriter Mick Garris (Masters of Horror, The Stand, The Shining), THE MAN WHO SAW FRANKENSTEIN CRY revises the career of Paul Naschy. Often called the Spanish Lon Chaney, genre icon Paul Naschy was the only horror film actor to portray Dracula, The Mummy, Frankenstein, Fu Manchu, the Hunchback, the Witchfinder General, Rasputin and, in his greatest creation, the werewolf Count Waldemar Daninsky. Director Angel Agudo’s informative documentary on the champion weightlifter turned brawny Iberian national treasure is a heartfelt celebration of the man born Jacinto Molina Alvarez. From his devastating experiences during the Spanish Civil War moulding his future to his work for Profilmes, the Hammer of Madrid, and his classic chiller legacy, including HELL’S CREATURES, HORROR RISES FROM THE TOMB and BLUE EYES OF THE BROKEN DOLL, the full Naschy is here. With interviews by John Landis, and Joe Dante, anecdotes from his family and friends and reminiscences by co-star Caroline Munro, this moving testament features amazing archive footage and wonderful clips from his Euro horror career.
Opening the film is a short film that has won over 100 AWARDS and has screened at over 100 FESTIVALS!
Porque Hay Cosas Que Nunca Se Olvidan aka Because There Are Things We Never Forget
Don’t miss your chance to catch the Tucson Premiere!
Naples, Italy 1950.
Four friends play soccer on the street. Suddenly the ball falls inside “Evil grandma’s” house.
They probably won’t play with this ball again, but the revenge will be terrible…
The full schedule of films for the first year of the Tucson Terrorfest is now online! Don’t miss the first year of Tucson’s only Horror Film Festival. Festival Passes are now available for $25 for all films! Individual tickets are $6. We kick off the festival with The Arizona Premiere of the acclaimed monster film, The Millennium Bug, that was done with no CGI effects involved at all, and horror fans have been excited. We end the festival with The Dead another Arizona Premiere, which is one of most unique zombie films ever made. Shot in life-threatening, never-before-seen locations in Burkina Faso, French-speaking West Africa, and Ghana, including the Sahara Desert, on 35mm film by the award-winning Ford Brothers. We have many more great films included in the festival, don’t miss out on the first year!