About the Nevermore Film Festival

Created in 1999, The NEVERMORE Film Festival is a juried competition festival which programs brand-new genre feature and short films from around the world. The festival seeks submissions for narrative feature and shorts with an emphasis on horror, science fiction, dark fantasy, animation, mystery/suspense, and action-thrillers.        

The 20th Annual Nevermore Film Festival happens March 8-10, 2019. View the festival program guide below.

Ten-passes and Individual tickets go on-sale Friday, February 1.
Individual tickets are $10. Ten-passes are $80 and are only available at the box office.

2019 Nevermore Jury Award-Winners:


ECHOES OF FEAR (Co-directors Brian Avenet-Bradley & Laurence Avenet-Bradley)

After inheriting her grandfather’s house, Alysa must confront the mystery of his sudden death and the evil that hides inside. 

LONG LOST (Directed by Erik Bloomquist)

When Seth receives a mysterious letter inviting him to spend the weekend at a secluded mansion in the country, he soon realizes the people inside the house may know him better than he knows himself.


COLD STORAGE (Directed by Thomas Freundlich) (Finland)

On a desolate arctic shore, a lonely bearded fisherman discovers his prehistoric counterpart frozen in the ice and thaws him out as his newfound soul brother.


WE GOT A MONKEY’S PAW (Directed by Aaron Pagniano)

Zack and Jakki are your typical “odd couple” roommates.  Jakki likes staying in and reading a good book while Zack likes waking the dead. Things go off-kilter when Zack convinces Jakki to spend the day making wishes on a Monkey’s Paw. Soon they find themselves doing backflips trying to undo the cataclysmic series of hilarious events they’ve set off. 


THE 100th VICTIM (Directed by Anthony Seck) (Canada)

A skeptical blogger for the Los Angeles Times sits down in a coffee shop and listens to a serial killer reveal his horrifying stories of murder experiments. 

(Dir. Erik Bloomquist, US, 95 min)

Friday, March 29

Cinema One
7:10pm – 8:45pm
(Dir. Erik Bloomquist, US, 95 min)

Ten-passes and Individual tickets go on-sale Friday, February 1.
Ten-passes are $80 and are only available at the box office. Individual tickets are $10.



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