‘The Watching Hour’ At the 35th Starz Denver Film Festival

Written by  //  November 3, 2012  //  Cinematical, Starz Film Fest, The Theatre  //  No comments

SDFF Is About to Get Weird. And We Like It.

This year as part of the SDFF, The Watching Hour is getting an image makeover. Check out the sweet newly designed poster inspired by all things 80′s:

The Watching Hour Poster 35th Starz Denver Film Fest

It was created by Mondo artist Jay Shaw and the poster will be available for purchase during the festival. We’re definitely snagging a couple for our bedrooms.

Here’s the description from The Watching Hour’s site on SDFF:

Get ready constant watchers to venture to a place where cinema cracks open to reveal its hidden core. A primal place where the fantastic meets the terrifying, where you’ll see things you thought existed only in your wildest dreams and your sweetest nightmares. This is The Watching Hour.

That link above also includes a schedule of the films The Watching Hour has coming up during the fest, and just between us, we think their movies are going to be way more fun and interesting than anything else playing from now through the 11th.

Check back right here for reviews that will include King of Pigs, Death Proof, WRONG, ABCs of Death, and John Dies at the End.

About the Author

Hugo Dracula

Richard Karpala, aka Hugo Dracula, is a film maker and critic based in Denver. His first short film, "Deadbox" was an official 2012 selection at the 8th Annual HollyShorts Film Festival, the Gen Con Indy Film Festival and the International Film Fest of the Bizarre. In the hallowed halls of the Manse Richard is known as "Hugo Dracula," a former inmate and current best-selling author of "Life in 2D", a survivalist tale that recounts his harrowing prison sentence inside of the Phantom Zone. He is currently writing the follow-up, "Zoning Out: Life On the Streets." Follow Richard Karpala on Twitter

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