Nevermore

About the Nevermore Film Festival

The NEVERMORE Film Festival was created in 1999. NEVERMORE is dedicated to screening brand new horror features and shorts from around the world, as well as some fan favorites. Many of these films will never receive a theatrical release in the United States. Classic suspense movies, hyper-violent Hong Kong cinema and everything in between are included. NEVERMORE is an exciting three-day feast of the macabre!

The 16th Annual Nevermore Film Festival will take place February 20-22, 2015.

Download pdf schedule here.

The Nevermore Film Festival presents
(US, 85 min)
The Nevermore Film Festival presents
This Little Piggy Came Home
(Canada, 83 min)
The Nevermore Film Festival presents
When a small town near the Arizona-Mexico border is wiped out overnight, suspicion falls on the lone survivor. But a roll of photos the survivor took that night tells a different story.
(US, 80 min)
The Nevermore Film Festival presents
The Horror is Coming
(US, 89 min)
The Nevermore Film Festival presents
(Spain, 91 min)
The Nevermore Film Festival presents
Evil Never Dies...It Waits
(US, 93 min)
The Nevermore Film Festival presents
(US, 95 min)
The Nevermore Film Festival presents
The Hunt is On
Dir. by Adrián García Bogliano, USA, 2014, NR 95min
The Nevermore Film Festival presents
Hell is Where the Heart Is
(US, 104 min)
The Nevermore Film Festival presents
(US, 91 min)
The Nevermore Film Festival presents
US Shorts Program
(US Shorts, 87 min)
The Nevermore Film Festival presents
Long-Form Shorts Program
(Long-Form Shorts, Various Countries, 90 min)
The Nevermore Film Festival presents
International Shorts Program
(International Shorts, 110 min)

Friday, February 20

Cinema Two
3:00pm – 4:40pm
(US, 85 min)
Cinema One
3:10pm – 4:50pm
(Canada, 83 min)
Fletcher Hall
3:20pm – 4:55pm
(US, 80 min)
Cinema Two
5:00pm – 6:45pm
(US, 89 min)
Cinema One
5:10pm – 6:40pm
(Spain, 91 min)
Fletcher Hall
5:20pm – 7:10pm
(US, 93 min)
Cinema One
7:10pm – 9:00pm
(US, 95 min)
Fletcher Hall
7:30pm – 9:20pm
Dir. by Adrián García Bogliano, USA, 2014, NR 95min
Cinema One
9:20pm – 11:20pm
(US, 104 min)
Fletcher Hall
9:25pm – 11:15pm
(US, 91 min)

Saturday, February 21

Cinema Two
1:00pm – 2:45pm
(US, 91 min)
Cinema One
1:10pm – 2:40pm
(Spain, 91 min)
Fletcher Hall
1:20pm – 3:10pm
(US, 95 min)
Cinema Two
3:00pm – 4:50pm
(US, 93 min)
Cinema One
3:10pm – 4:55pm
(US Shorts, 87 min)
Fletcher Hall
3:25pm – 5:00pm
(Canada, 83 min)
Cinema Two
5:00pm – 6:50pm
Dir. by Adrián García Bogliano, USA, 2014, NR 95min
Cinema One
5:10pm – 6:55pm
(Long-Form Shorts, Various Countries, 90 min)
Fletcher Hall
5:20pm – 7:05pm
(US, 89 min)
Cinema One
7:15pm – 9:00pm
(US, 85 min)
Fletcher Hall
7:30pm – 9:05pm
(US, 80 min)
Cinema One
9:20pm – 11:10pm
(International Shorts, 110 min)
Fletcher Hall
9:30pm – 11:20pm
(US, 104 min)

Sunday, February 22

Cinema One
3:00pm – 4:50pm
(International Shorts, 110 min)
Cinema Two
3:10pm – 4:55pm
(US, 91 min)
Fletcher Hall
3:20pm – 4:55pm
(US, 80 min)
Cinema One
5:10pm – 6:55pm
(Long-Form Shorts, Various Countries, 90 min)
Cinema Two
5:15pm – 6:55pm
(US, 85 min)
Fletcher Hall
5:20pm – 7:10pm
Dir. by Adrián García Bogliano, USA, 2014, NR 95min
Cinema One
7:15pm – 9:00pm
(US Shorts, 87 min)
Fletcher Hall
7:30pm – 9:20pm
(US, 93 min)
Cinema One
9:20pm – 10:50pm
(Spain, 91 min)
Fletcher Hall
9:30pm – 11:10pm
(Canada, 83 min)

10 Passes go on sale on Friday, February 6, and single tickets go on sale Friday, February 13.  10-Passes are $80 and single tickets are $10.

 

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