I had the pleasure of attending the Telluride Horror Show last year and it was the some of the most fun I’ve ever had at a film festival. The experience was incredible. This is top quality horror that you don’t want to miss out on. If you are in the Colorado area during this festival, and you are a genre fan, you simply have to go.
Telluride Horror Show, Colorado’s first and longest-running horror film festival, returns for its 8th edition October 13-15, 2017. Every year, the festival attracts the latest & best horror films from around the world and attendees from all over the country for an intimate gathering of genre film fans in the world-famous mountain resort town of Telluride, Colorado. For three days and nights, experience an eclectic mix of horror, suspense, thriller, fantasy, sci-fi and dark comedy in Telluride’s historic theaters, with many of the films showing for the first time in the US. The festival line-up offers more than 20 feature films and 50 short films, surprise screenings of highly-anticipated genre films at our “Secret Sunday Shows”, along with special programs, guests, and events. If you love horror, and film, then you should not miss the Show!
First Wave of Films Announced for 2017 Telluride Horror Show from the press release:
Our first wave of films, including U.S. Premiere of CREEP 2 and JUNGLE with Daniel Radcliffe, has been announced for the 2017 Telluride Horror Show, which will take place October 13-15th in picturesque Telluride, Colorado.
Festival attendees will catch the U.S. Premiere of CREEP 2, directed by Patrick Brice (CREEP) and featuring Mark Duplass, who also starred in the first film – a 2014 Telluride Horror Show Official Selection.
Other anticipated films include the Colorado Premieres of JUNGLE, directed by Greg McLean (THE BELKO EXPERIMENT) and starring Daniel Radcliffe, as well as VICTOR CROWLEY (directed by Adam Green), MAYHEM (directed by Joe Lynch), and THE ENDLESS (directed by Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead).
Please read on for a letter from festival director Ted Wilson, as well as a full breakdown of the first wave.
From Festival Director, Ted Wilson:
“For dedicated genre fans, the first wave of films for the 2017 Telluride Horror Show reads like a list of old friends. Featuring the latest films from known directors – Greg McLean’s JUNGLE, Adam Green’s VICTOR CROWLEY, Joe Lynch’s MAYHEM, Ryuhei Kitamura’s DOWNRANGE, and Alexandre O. Philippe’s 78/52 – and the latest from festival alumni – Patrick Brice’s CREEP 2, Can Evrenol’s HOUSEWIFE and Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead’s THE ENDLESS – it’s a list we hope strikes excitement (and a little fear) into the hearts of our attendees. With the addition of the Palm Theatre, we welcome back our “Vault Keeper”, renowned producer Jon Davison (Robocop/Starship Troopers), who will present what is believed to be the last remaining 35MM IB Technicolor print of Mario Bava’s THE WHIP AND THE BODY, along with a hand-picked special edition of “Trailers from Hell”, all on 35MM! Plenty of new friends join us this year, with features that span the vast spectrum of horror: Ron Carlson’s DEAD ANT, a horror comedy that touts its love for the B-Movies that inspired it, Fabien Delage’s COLD GROUND and Tyler Schnabel & Sam Hanover’s FRAZIER PARK RECUT, two found footage films that breathe new life into the subgenre, Leo Scherman’s TRENCH 11, a thrilling horror story set within the dark last days of the First World War, Luciano & Nicolás Onetti’s anticipated WHAT THE WATERS LEFT BEHIND, and a taste of British humor with Jason Flemyng’s horror comedy EAT LOCALS. And to guide us through the weekend, we’re excited to announce that Meredith Borders, editorial director of Birth.Movies.Death, will be our guest host, moderating conversations with special guests and visiting filmmakers.
And it wouldn’t be the Telluride Horror Show without the short film showcases, presented in themed blocks, with expected sold-out crowds. Thus far, we’re excited to announce 41 shorts, from alumni and newcomers, that promise to provide plenty of suspense, scares, thrills, and laughs, along with an extremely impressive display of talented filmmaking and storytelling, from all over the world.
This first wave would be enough to fill a weekend, but we’ve got much, much more to come! Trust us when we say this is going to be the biggest, most exciting Telluride Horror Show yet…heads will spin!”
With the addition of the Palm Theatre, glorious 35MM film returns to the Telluride Horror Show, along with our “vault keeper” Jon Davison! In 1972, American film producer Jon Davison hooked up with Roger Corman’s prolific B-movie outfit New World Pictures, where he initially was the director of advertising and publicity. Davison made his debut as associate producer of “Big Bad Mama,” and went on to produce the exploitation feature parody “Hollywood Boulevard,” Ron Howard’s directorial debut “Grand Theft Auto,” and Joe Dante’s tongue-in-cheek killer fish flick “Piranha” for New World Pictures. Davison left New World Pictures in 1980 to produce the classic comedies “Airplane!” and “Top Secret!” for Jim Abrahams and the Zucker brothers. He subsequently produced the sci-fi cult classics “RoboCop” and “Starship Troopers” for director Paul Verhoeven.
A film buff with a vast collection of vintage horror films in his vault, Mr. Davison will present what is believed to be the only remaining 35MM IB Technicolor print of Mario Bava’s gorgeous and haunting gothic horror feature THE WHIP AND THE BODY, as well as a handpicked collection of vintage horror movie trailers for a special Telluride Horror Show edition of “Trailers From Hell”, a matinee show celebrating outrageous horror trailers from years past. All in glorious 35MM!
Meredith Borders is the editorial director of the Alamo Drafthouse and Birth.Movies.Death, as well as the social media director at Fantastic Fest. She lives in Houston with her husband Matt where they own and operate City Acre Brewing. Meredith joins the 2017 Telluride Horror Show as our guest host and will moderate conversations with special guests and other visiting filmmakers.
USA | 2017 | 91 min | Director: Alexandre O. Philippe
The screeching strings, the plunging knife, the slow zoom out from a lifeless eyeball: In 1960, Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho changed film history forever with its taboo-shattering shower scene. With 78 camera set-ups and 52 edits over the course of 3 minutes, Psycho redefined screen violence, set the stage for decades of slasher films to come, and introduced a new element of danger to the movie-going experience. Aided by a roster of filmmakers, critics, and fans – including Guillermo del Toro, Bret Easton Ellis, Jamie Lee Curtis, Eli Roth, and Peter Bogdanovich – director Alexandre O. Philippe pulls back the curtain on the making and influence of this cinematic game changer, breaking it down frame by frame and unpacking Hitchcock’s dense web of allusions and double meanings. The result is an enthralling piece of cinematic detective work that’s nirvana for film and horror buffs.
78/52, directed by Alexandre O. Philippe
France | 2017 | 86 min | Director: Fabien Delage
NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE
1976: Two young journalists leave for the French-Swiss border to investigate a strange case of cattle mutilations and record testimonies for a TV channel. Yet, once they get there, the scientific team they were supposed to meet has gone missing.
COLD GROUND, directed by Fabien Delage
USA | 2017 | 80 min | Director: Patrick Brice
CREEP 2 stars Desiree Akhavan as Sara, a video artist whose primary focus is creating intimacy with lonely men. After finding an ad online for “video work” she thinks she may have found the subject of her dreams. She drives to a remote house in the forest and meets a man claiming to be a serial killer (Mark Duplass). Unable to resist the chance to create a truly shocking piece of art, she agrees to spend the day with him. However, as the day goes on, she discovers she may have dug herself into a hole she can’t escape.
Mark Duplass in CREEP 2, directed by Patrick Brice
USA | 2017 | 87 min | Director: Ron Carlson
Followed by Q&A with director Ron Carlson.
When the “one-hit-wonder” glam-metal band “Sonic Grave” embarks on a trip to Coachella in hopes of a comeback, their peyote trip pit stop in Joshua Tree incites an “unworldly” viscous attack, and they must “rock” themselves out of harm’s way.
DEAD ANT, directed by Ron Carlson
USA | 2017 | 90 min | Director: Ryuhei Kitamura
For six college students carpooling cross-country, a seemingly mundane blow-out is the beginning of a grueling fight for survival in this cat-and-mouse gore-packed thriller from Ryuhei Kitamura, the director behind such cult hits as Versus and The Midnight Meat Train.
DOWNRANGE, directed by Ryuhei Kitamura
UK | 2016 | 94 min | Director: Jason Flemyng
NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE
An unwitting Essex boy’s promise of a night of passion with a ravishing cougar goes awry when he finds himself caught in the crossfire between a coven of bloodthirsty vampires and a heavily armed band of mercenaries at a remote farmhouse.
EAT LOCALS, directed by Jason Flemyng
FRAZIER PARK RECUT
USA | 2017 | 71 min | Directors: Tyler Schnabel & Sam Hanover
Followed by Q&A with director Tyler Schnabel.
Two aspiring filmmakers document the mishaps of their first feature film with the guidance of their eccentric lead actor.
FRAZIER PARK RECUT, directed by Tyler Schnabel & Sam Hanover
Turkey | 2017 | 82 min | Director: Can Evrenol
On a snowy night, a young Holly watches in horror as her mother murders her sister and father. 20 years later, Holly is slowly losing her grip on reality, the nightmares of her past invading her waking moments. When a renowned psychic takes interest in Holly, the line between her reality and her nightmares grows even thinner.
HOUSEWIFE, directed by Can Evrenol
USA | 2016 | 115 min | Director: Greg McLean
An enthusiastic young adventurer follows his dreams into the Amazon jungle with two friends and a guide with a mysterious past. Their journey quickly turns into a terrifying ordeal as the darkest elements of human nature and the deadliest threats of the wilderness lead to an all-out fight for survival.
Daniel Radcliffe in JUNGLE, directed by Greg McLean
USA | 2017 | 87 min | Director: Joe Lynch
A dangerous virus, one that prevents the infected from controlling their inhibitions, is discovered in a corporate law building, the very same firm that recently cleared an infected man on murder charges. When a quarantine is issued and the building goes on lockdown, all hell breaks loose inside, while a disgruntled employee (Steven Yeun) and an irate client (Samara Weaving) must fight, and even kill, their way to the top to “have a word” with the corrupt executives who wronged them.
Steven Yeun in MAYHEM, directed by Joe Lynch
USA | 2017 | 112 min | Directors: Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead
Following their acclaimed debut RESOLUTION and their follow-up, the Lovecraftian modern cult classic SPRING, writer/directors Moorhead and Benson star as brothers who receive a mysterious message inspiring them to pay a visit to the cult they escaped as children. As unsettling events and phenomena begin to occur, the brothers are forced to question whether the cult’s supernatural beliefs might not be entirely made up – and if, now that they’ve returned, they’ll be allowed to leave again.
THE ENDLESS, directed by Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead
THE WHIP AND THE BODY
Italy/France | 1963 | 87 min | Director: Mario Bava
FROM THE VAULT
Presented in 35MM by Telluride Horror Show “Vault Keeper” Jon Davison.
A sadistic nobleman terrorizes his family, but the relief that the family members feel upon his death is short-lived when his ghost continues the reign of terror. Bava’s legendary gothic horror film will be presented in beautiful 35MM Technicolor. Print courtesy of the Jon Davison Collection at the Academy Film Archive.
THE WHIP AND THE BODY, directed by Mario Bava
“TRAILERS FROM HELL”
80 min | FROM THE VAULT
Presented in 35MM by Telluride Horror Show “Vault Keeper” Jon Davison.
Relive the glory days of the Saturday Matinee with “Trailers From Hell”, a vintage collection of outrageous horror movie trailers! Back when creature features, B movies, low budget Sci-Fi, and schlock terrorized audiences at main street movie theaters, there was one rule of thumb: The worse the movie, the more ridiculous the trailer. From vampire lovers to orgies of the living dead, giant claws to tinglers, slime people, spider islands, sun demons, horror chambers and houses, incredibly strange creatures and critters, monsters from mars, brides of beasts, screams, fears, terrors, and a curse or two, this special edition of “Trailers From Hell” promises to take you back in time for a hilarious celebration of horror’s crazy cinematic past. All in glorious 35MM! Print courtesy of the Joe Dante & Jon Davison Collection at the Academy Film Archive. www.trailersfromhell.com
“TRAILERS FROM HELL”, a vintage collection of outrageous horror movie trailers
Canada | 2017 | 90 min | Director: Leo Scherman
In the final days of the First World War a shell-shocked soldier must lead a mission deep beneath the trenches to stop a German plot that could turn the tide of the war.
TRENCH 11, directed by Leo Scherman
USA | 2017 | 83 min | Director: Adam Green
Set a decade after the events of the series’ first three films, VICTOR CROWLEY reunites Hatchet mainstays Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th 7 – X’s Jason Voorhees) and Parry Shen (Better Luck Tomorrow) for an all-new, horrifying journey into the haunted, blood-drenched bayou. In 2007, forty-nine people were brutally torn to pieces in Louisiana’s Honey Island Swamp. Over the past decade, lone survivor Andrew Yong’s claims that local legend Victor Crowley was responsible for the horrific massacre have been met with great controversy, but when a twist of fate puts him back at the scene of the tragedy, Crowley is mistakenly resurrected and Yong must face the bloodthirsty ghost from his past. VICTOR CROWLEY’s ensemble cast also features Laura Ortiz (2006’s The Hills Have Eyes), Dave Sheridan (Scary Movie), and Brian Quinn (truTV’s “Impractical Jokers”). Writer/director Adam Green proudly returns to the director’s chair of his series that, upon debuting in 2007, was energetically touted as a return to “old school American horror,” and whose maniacal fan-favorite villain quickly secured a place among slasher royalty.
VICTOR CROWLEY, directed by Adam Green
WHAT THE WATERS LEFT BEHIND
Argentina | 2017 | 98 min | Directors: Luciano & Nicolás Onetti
NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE
Epecuén was one of the most popular tourist towns in Argentina. In 1985, the sea broke through the protecting embankment and the town was completely submerged under salt water. Epecuén disappeared. Thirty years later, the waters receded and the ruins of Epecuén emerged, exposing a bleak and deserted landscape. The residents never returned. A group of young people journey to the ruins to film a documentary about Epecuén. Ignoring the warnings, they find themselves stranded in the abandoned town, and soon realize they’re not alone…
WHAT THE WATERS LEFT BEHIND, directed by Luciano & Nicolás Onetti
USA | 2016 | 9 min | Director: Timothy Vandenberg
Young Sophie has been hired to bring food every night to a mysterious old woman who is locked in an attic. Is the old woman a prisoner? Is she dangerous? Each night, as Sophie completes her task, her curiosity draws her closer and closer to what might be her last meal.
USA | 2017 | 7 min | Director: L. Gustavo Cooper
Set against the backdrop of the deadliest heatwave in recorded history and inspired by America’s most prolific female serial killer, L. Gustavo Cooper’s AMY provides a surreal and distorted glimpse into a killing spree that captivated a nation in the early 1900s.
AMY, directed by L. Gustavo Cooper
Australia | 2016 | 10 min | Director: Natalie Erika James
IN PERSON: Natalie Erika James
While a young woman helps her father pack up his house, they are both increasingly aware of the presence that they always knew was there.
DON’T EVER CHANGE
USA | 2017 | 10 min | Director: Don Swaynos
The reunion between a woman and her estranged daughter is interrupted by a man with an unusual request.
USA | 2017 | 13 min | Director: Christopher West
A young woman moves into a new apartment and begins to discover signs that she isn’t alone.
EVEN THE DARKNESS HAS ARMS
Canada | 2017 | 2 min | Director: Chris Bavota
In the middle of the night, a man is haunted by a manifestation of his fears.
UK | 2017 | 10 min | Director: Chris Keller
NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE
A young boy lives with his mother who is not terribly interested in giving him the attention he needs. There is also a father figure, but unfortunately for the boy, he is much worse.
Finland | 2017 | 17 min | Director: Teemu Niukkanen
Raimo’s comfy middle class bubble is burst when a satan-worshipping sex cult moves in next door.
FUCKING BUNNIES, directed by Teemu Niukkanen
USA | 2017 | 7 min | Director: Robin Comisar
A woman gets stuck in a Red Lobster commercial.
HEALTH, WEALTH AND HAPPINESS
UK | 2017 | 11 min | Director: Nic Alderton
A mugger meets his match in a mysterious woman who offers him three wishes in exchange for his soul.
USA | 2017 | 4 min | Director: Nicholas Payne Santos
IN PERSON: Matthew Lawrence
In the final act of a slasher film, Bruce attempts to reclaim his manliness and impress the final girl by finishing off the killer.
USA | 2017 | 12 min | Director: Samuel Goodwin
IN PERSON: Samuel Goodwin
A young boy, left alone as an unnatural threat ravages the world, clings to his daily routine as he waits for his mother to come back for him.
Norway | 2016 | 10 min | Director: Adam A. Losurdo
A senseless wandering ghoul roaming through a world of the hunger-less undead and accepting yet resentful humans will soon discover a craving that leaves him completely and utterly without hope.
IT BEGAN WITHOUT WARNING
USA | 2017 | 6 min | Directors: Santiago C. Tapia & Jessica Curtright
“The time has come,” the Walrus said. And all the little Oysters stood and waited in a row. From Couper Samuelson, Executive Producer of GET OUT, and Co-Producer Efren Ramirez. Fantasia International Film Festival 2017: Silver Prize Audience Award for Best International Short.
KEEP OUT OF CHILDREN’S REACH
Venezuela | 2017 | 10 min | Director: Gustavo Sanchez
NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE
IN PERSON: Gustavo Sanchez, Carlos Pierucci
Sebastian is a 7-year-old kid with macabre intentions. He manages to get his hands on something that could help him get through an evil plan to destroy happiness.
KEEP OUT OF CHILDREN’S REACH, directed by Gustavo Sanchez
KILLER SPACEMEN FROM OUTER PLANET X
USA | 2016 | 17 min | Directors: Thomas & Peter Campbell
Three brave, intergalactic explorers find themselves in uncharted celestial territory when their ship runs critically low on their much needed fuel source – plutonium. Fatefully, they discover a nearby planet that hosts a wealth of plutonium reserves. Follow the crew on their descent into the unknown as they venture onto the mysterious landscape inhabited by… Killer Spacemen From Outer Planet X!
USA | 2016 | 4 min | Director: Sean U’Ren
IN PERSON: Sean U’Ren, Amy Slocum
Walking home from school, two boys discuss their problems with girls.
Canada | 2017 | 17 min | Directors: Justin Harding & Rob Brunner
A choreographer pursues creative inspiration at a cottage retreat while attempting to wean her demanding toddler – and unknowingly awakens a vile fairy corpse in the process. When she discovers the creature’s terrifying intentions, she will have to put her creativity to good use to lure the repugnant beast.
USA | 2017 | 6 min | Director: Will Goss
IN PERSON: Will Goss
A young woman must come to terms with her boyfriend’s odd personality trait.
USA | 2017 | 19 min | Director: Andrew Hunt
Trapped in a never ending nightmare, a cat and mouse game plays out between a man and a hellish beast lurking in the shadows.
USA | 2017 | 16 min | Director: Lee Peterkin
During the winter months in their cabin, Alex and Vera experience strange occurrences that are seemingly nonsensical. Nevertheless, the veil of surreality becomes lifted through a visceral and sobering revelation.
Brazil | 2016 | 15 min | Director: Gabriel Kalim Mucci
A lonely woman fights daily for survival in a post apocalyptic world.
USA | 2017 | 11 min | Directors: Celine Held & Logan George
Fueled by coke, Vanessa and Danny attempt to capitalize on an unlikely opportunity.
USA | 2017 | 11 min | Director: David Ferino
IN PERSON: David Ferino
A man dies on the night of his engagement and returns as a ghost, only to discover that wooing his estranged lover will require the help of a dating app.
UK | 2017 | 4 min | Director: F. D. Lazzari
A kid and his dad have fun playing soccer under an arch, unaware that something’s not quite right on the other side.
Northern Ireland | 2017 | 17 min | Director: Martin Stalker
When a volcanic ash cloud engulfs the city 12 year old Zoran finds himself trapped at home with his elderly neighbor. But this ash cloud is like no other – it carries a virulent contagion which transforms those exposed into feral, black-oozing monstrosities. With the outside world fast descending into chaos and his neighbor beginning to succumb to the virus, Zoran will soon discover that when the ash descends there are no safe havens.
USA | 2017 | 9 min | Director: David Mikalson
A cult of women summon a demon.
Netherlands | 2017 | 5 min | Director: Nico van den Brink
Elin’s upstairs neighbors are getting on her nerves.
Canada/USA | 2017 | 15 min | Director: Evan Cooper
IN PERSON: Evan Cooper, Brodie Cooper
A struggling actress moves to Hollywood only to discover that a piece of furniture in her apartment is haunted by a malicious ghost.
THE PALE HOUSE
USA | 2017 | 7 min | Director: Evan Sweet
After months of squatting in abandoned homes, a young man finds something horrific living in the walls of a certain residence. He decides he must confront it if he ever wants to get out of homelessness.
UK | 2017 | 7 min | Director: Russ Gomm
A little girl goes wandering in the woods. But some who wander might end up lost in darker places.
UK | 2016 | 4 min | Director: Remi Weekes
Elliott discovers the Tickle Monster.
WE SUMMONED A DEMON
USA | 2017 | 6 min | Director: Chris McInroy
IN PERSON: Chris McInroy
They just wanted to be cool. Instead, they got a demon.
THE HORROR….THE ANIMATED: Grisly, Ghastly Animated Shorts at Telluride Horror Show
Mark Shapiro from LAIKA, the Portland-based animation studio behind Coraline, ParaNorman, The Boxtrolls, and Kubo and the Two Strings, curates a special animated shorts block gleaned from major film festivals across the globe. The creative, visual program includes drawn, computer-generated and stop-motion animation, featuring new short films and undeniable classics. But you heard it here first: Do NOT bring the kiddies…
Mexico | 2017 | 13 min | Director: Sofía Carrillo
Cerulia comes back home to bid her final farewell, but her childhood memories won’t let her go.
France/Switzerland/Belgium | 2017 | 15 min | Director: Izù Troin
A young corporate executive is kidnapped from his apartment. He wakes up in the middle of a forest only to be stalked by a mysterious hunter.
South Korea/Japan | 2016 | 8 min | Director: Hakhyun Kim
A taxi driver picks up an unwelcome fare in the jungle. He does as he’s told and takes his customer to fetch a man close to death on the beach.
LESS THAN HUMAN
Denmark | 2016 | 6 min | Director: Steffen Bang Lindholm
In the aftermath of a zombie outbreak, the zombies have been cured and exiled to secluded camps. There has been talk about rehabilitating post-zombies back into society. Steve, the journalist reporting on the case, thinks the zombies still pose a threat to society. He ventures into one of these camps to prove to the world that rehabilitation is out the question.
RED RIDING HOOD REDUX
Croatia | 2017 | 12 min | Director: Danijel Zezelj
NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE
Midday sun is scorching a wooded wasteland. Little Red Riding Hood is on her way to her grandmother’s cottage. Hidden by the darkness, the Wolf is following his prey. So is The Hunter. A bloody fight ensues. Victims are devoured, then freed, left alone at the edge of the woods.
Mexico | 2016 | 11 min | Director: Leon Fernandez
A tribe survives in the middle of the desert on the meager pickings of a barren landscape. Soo´goh, the weakest member of the clan, seeks to overcome all obstacles and to reach the green pastures of the paradise for which they all yearn.
Australia | 2016 | 2 min | Director: Greg Sharp
A comically cynical vision of a future where the water is gone and all that’s left is dust and desperation.
UK | 1991 | 9 min | Director: Paul Berry
The Sandman is a 1991 stop-motion animation film, animated and directed by Paul Berry and nominated for an Oscar for Best Animated Short Film in 1993. A beautifully crafted, but ultimately frightening, interpretation of an old European folktale that preys on childhood fears and nightmares.
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