Anomaly – The Rochester Genre Film Festival is thrilled to be hosting the first U.S. screening of the brand-new holiday horror anthology DEATHCEMBER on Sunday, November 10, followed by an in-person Q&A with three of its filmmakers.
The first cinematic advent calendar, DEATHCEMBER contains 24 terrifying visions by 24 international genre directors, ready to fill your holiday season with a festive bloodbath of mirth and delight. This U.S. preview screening will be the first chance for audiences to see the film anywhere in North America.
The film contains segments directed by Ruggero Deodato (Cannibal Holocaust), Lucky McKee (The Woman), Pollyanna McIntosh (Darlin’), Trent Haaga (68 Kill) and Julian Richards (The Last Horror Movie) alongside exciting international talents Isaac Ezban (The Similars), Lee Sang-woo (Barbie) and Lazar Bodroza (A.I. Rising), plus a number of Blumhouse alumni such as Jason A. Rostovsky (Don’t Be Afraid of the Light) and Sam Wineman (The Quiet Room), just to name a few! The cast includes genre mainstays Barbara Crampton, AJ Bowen, Tiffany Shepis, Barbara Magnolfi, and acclaimed actors Sean Bridgers and Richard Glover.
Anomaly’s screening of DEATHCEMBER will be preceded by a special eggnog and “gingerdead” cookie mixer for passholders and guests, and then followed by a live, in-person Q&A panel with three members of the film’s production team: writer-director Vivienne Vaughn, composer Andrew Scott Bell, and co-writer/director Zach Shildwachter.
For more on DEATHCEMBER, visit www.anomalyfilmfest.com/deathcember. The screening will take place on Sunday, November 10 at 10am (EST) at the Cinema Theater (957 Clinton Ave. S., Rochester, NY, 14620). Individual tickets are on sale for $10, as well as single-day passes ($35-45), and Full Festival Passes ($70) which gain attendees admittance to every film screening, discussion, event, and after-party all weekend long. Passes and tickets are available at www.anomalyfilmfest.com/tickets-and-passes.
Anomaly – The Rochester Genre Film Festival is celebrating its inaugural year – Friday, November 8 through Sunday, November 10 – screening 10 feature films (all Rochester premieres) and 20 short films, collectively representing 17 countries from around the world. In addition, the festival will feature post-film discussions, events, and after-parties over all three days. Entirely volunteer-run, Anomaly is made possible with support from its sponsors: John Schlia Photography, Fright-Rags, Nox Cocktail and Comfort Food, Kitty Box Press, Skylark Lounge, Angry Goat Pub, Cinema Theater, and the backers and supporters of a successful Indiegogo campaign.