Popcorn Frights announced the first wave of films for the fifth festival of genre cinema. The opening night film is the World Premiere of HAUNT, the new horror-thriller by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods.
NAME OF FILM: BIT (2019)
DIRECTOR(S): Brad Michael Elmore
STARRING: Nicole Maines, M.C. Gainey, Diana Hopper
GENRE: Comedy Film
SYNOPSIS: Desperate to get away from her small-town roots and find a like-minded community, Laurel hits the road for Los Angeles as soon as she graduates from high school. Sure, people in L.A. are different, but do these people seem extra different? Yes, they do, because they are vampires. On her first night out in the city, Laurel attends a warehouse party and befriends a mysterious group of punk feminist women, led by the intimidating Duke. Laurel is surprised to have met her people so quickly, but her luck turns when one of them feeds on her blood and leaves her for dead. Waking up and realizing she might have become a vampire, Laurel confronts the women who converted her and is given a choice: go back to a boring life or join an ultra-cool vampire squad. Could it possibly be that simple? Of course not.
Damn These Heels, the longest running LGBTQ Film Festival in the Mountain West, will run July 12 to 14, 2019 at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center in Utah.
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