Friday night, San Diego again becomes the horror capital of the world with the Screen with Screams Horror Film Festival! The Festival brings the best in local film-making to the Brick Bar in San Diego’s Hillcrest area on Friday, March 30, 2018, at 5:00 pm, including the music video Dead Man Walking from Director Rich Varville.
Photo Credit: Screen with Screams / George Climer
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Director Rich Valvilles short Dead Man Walking will be shown at San Diego’s Screen with Screams Horror Film Festival on Friday, March 30, 2018. Dead Man Walking is Rich Valville’s tribute to the George Romero classic. Valville decidedto make the film upon hearing SLEDD’s music. “When I first heard the song Dead Man Walking,” he told Film Freeway, “I instantly knew we had to remake Night of the Living Dead. It was a perfect fit for the song and incredibly fun to pull off.”
SLEDD is a five-piece, hard-hitting, Heavy / Alternative, Album-Orientated Rock musical group from right here in San Diego. The band, who writes all of their own material, was founded in March of 1995. Its members are lead vocalist and frontman Cary Rothman; keyboard player and vocalist Peter DeLuke, Jr., and his brother, drummer Dino DeLuke; lead guitarist Eric Meyer, and bassist / vocalist Ronnie Hough.
For more information about Dead Man Walking,” visit the film’s Facebook page. Can’t wait to see it? Not even until Friday? Then I’ll take pity on you. Until you see Dead Man Walking at the Screen with Screams Horror Film Festival, you can see it here. Now don’t use that as an excuse to stay home. You really want to see it together with fans!
The Screen with Screams Horror Film Festival will be held at the Brick Bar located in San Diego’s Hillcrest area at 1475 University Ave, San Diego 92103 on March 30. For more information on the Festival or its venue, please visit the Festival website.
Tickets to the Festival (or to any of its individual Official Selections) are available through the internet ticket site.
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