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3-Day Passes Available for 2018 Telluride Horror Show!

Passes are now available for this can’t miss fest

One of the best film festivals around, the Telluride Horror Show, has made 3 day passes available to purchase. If you are in the area in Colorado, or are thinking about visiting the area, you should snag these tickets immediately. You don’t want to miss out on what’s sure to be another incredible year. Take a look at the press release below.

From October 12-14th, attendees will experience the world’s latest and greatest genre films at Telluride’s historic Sheridan Opera House, Nugget Theatre, and the recently added Palm Theatre.

Named one of “The 20 Coolest Film Festivals” and “13 Film Festivals To Die For” by MovieMaker Magazine, our 9th edition promises to keep with the programming integrity of past festivals.

Horror fans are encouraged to purchase 3-Day Passes as soon as possible: PURCHASE MY PASS

A 3-Day Pass is only $150 and provides entry to all films and special events, including the Ice Scream Social, Annual Pig Roast, Horror Trivia and more!
6-Pack tickets will be available later this summer. Price and date TBD.

FESTIVAL LODGING SPECIALS: October is the most affordable month to visit Telluride and the Horror Show is excited to have Alpine Lodging Telluride back as its official lodging sponsor. Discounted festival rates start at only $107/night! Limited hotel rooms, condos and private homes are now available: LODGING SPECIALS

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: Telluride Horror Show is your chance to support indie film while aligning your brand with one of the world’s premiere film destinations: SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

ATTENTION FILMMAKERS / CALL FOR ENTRIES: Telluride Horror Show is currently seeking short and feature length films in the following genres: Horror, Thriller, Suspense, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Genre Comedy, and Genre Documentary. The Early Bird Deadline is April 15th: SUBMIT MY FILM

Written by Matt Storc

(Chicago Events Coordinator) Matt Storc is a screenwriter and director from the great city of Chicago. He enjoys sharing movies with people almost as much as he enjoys making them. He also does a killer rendition of the other guy's part in Shaggy's "It Wasn't Me" at karaoke."