Everyone is invited to attend the 2003 SHOCKFEST HORROR FILM FESTIVAL, saluting the careers of the late Italian directors Joe D'Amato and Antonio Margheriti with screenings of two of their rarest movies.
Coming to the Veterans Memorial Building in Cookeville, Tennessee on Sunday, September 28, 2003, the all-day SHOCKFEST HORROR FILM FESTIVAL will be highlighted by film screenings of Joe D'Amato's DEATH SMILES ON A MURDERER (starring Klaus Kinski and Ewa Aulin) and Antonio Margheriti's rarely-seen KILLER FISH (starring Karen Black and Margaux Hemingway).
In addition, we will screen the gory, Spanish classic THE MUMMY'S REVENGE (directed by Carlos Aured and starring Spanish horror great Paul Naschy).
Plus there will be 30 minutes of rare 16mm horror and exploitation trailers.
Guests at SHOCKFEST will include industry professionals Jonathan Thornton, Donald Farmer, Phillip Newman, Nelson S. Ryder and more. Additional guests will be announced in the coming weeks! See the guests section for details and bios.
SHOCKFEST doors will open at 1 p.m., and the 70's horror film marathon begins at 6 p.m. An all-day pass, including admission to all three movies, is $5.00. The Veterans Memorial Building is located at 90 E. Spring Street, Cookeville, Tennessee 38501. See the directions section for maps and details.
Tickets can be bought at the door or ordered in advance via Paypal for $5.00 each. See the tickets section for all payment options.
Dealers are welcome and tables are still available for this event at $25.00 each. See the dealers section for additional information.
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