A Late-Night Horror Screening - Halloween weekend!

DAMNATIONLAND presents genre-defying original works from Maine filmmakers that redefine the classic thriller and horror categories. Now in its fifth year, the DAMNATIONLAND 2014 program will feature world premieres of seven short films produced in Maine by Mainers especially for the Halloween season. These are dark, surreal, and fantastic pieces, and they offer film fans an excellent sampling of the talent producing independent film in Maine today.

USA | 2014 | R 


Sui Generis — directed by Jenny Anastasoff for Dark Farm Films
SYNOPSIS: What if you woke up in a strange place, and no one believed you were you? A psychological thriller in the vein of “The Twilight Zone,” “Sui Generis” asks whether an isolated housewife really has another identity.

Driver’s Seat — directed by Jason M. Bosch for Red Stallion Media
SYNOPSIS: In the back country roads of Maine, a woman spots a car accident. She stops to help the victim, but quickly discovers that he was involved in more than a mere fender bender.
WATCH: this thrilling music video directed by Jason M. Bosch

Dark — directed by Ranin Brown for Brothers Brown
SYNOPSIS: A man deals with his demons in this unsettling mood piece starring Erik Moody.
WATCH: this awkward short film directed by Ranin Brown

On a Country Road — directed by Barry Dodd
SYNOPSIS: “On a Country Road” tells the story of a cab driver named David who agrees to pick up an unusual fare off the beaten path. Amid a raging rain storm and radio reports of an escaped homicidal maniac, David and his passenger break down on an infrequently traveled back road of Maine.
WATCH: the Indiegogo video for On a Country Road

Tickle — directed by Corey Norman for Bonfire Films
SYNOPSIS: We all know how 80s horror movies start: a babysitter and a little boy alone in a house. When things go bump in the night, are they the imagination of a scared little boy, or is someone—or some thing—in the house with them?
WATCH: the Kickstarter video for Tickle

Anima Sola — directed by Tom Wyatt for Tasty Dude Films
SYNOPSIS: A lonesome soul attempts to discover how to escape his mind hell.
WATCH: the Kickstarter video for Anima Sola

A Collection of Psychopaths — directed by Through the Door Productions
SYNOPSIS: These seven short-short films play in between the other Damnationland films, giving the program a narrative spine, and showing glimpses into the lives of some memorably demented characters.

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Starting from the first program in 2010, DAMNATIONLAND'S producers curate films by choosing filmmakers based on the strength of their previous work and their connection to Maine, and then commissioning them to create a new film that will premiere in the program. While giving general guidelines about format and length, producers leave filmmakers with full creative control over their films, resulting in a selection that is diverse in style and story, unique to the tastes of each filmmaker, and always distinctly Maine in spirit.

Damnationland Website

Show Dates & Times:

11/1/14 - Saturday

10:30 pm,

$8.50/Adults, $7.50/Under 12, Seniors

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