The 2020 Dickens Horror Film Festival -- Fear and Film on the Front Range.
We're going both LIVE (please see Block schedule below) and VIRTUAL for 2020!!
For our virtual experience - please visit us at: https://xerb.tv/channel/dickenshorrorfilmfestival/virtual-events
The Dickens Horror Film Fest brings you Fear and Film on the Front Range! Contemporary and classic horror films hosted live and virtually with special guests and speakers.
DHFF 2020 will be live at The Dickens Opera House and available virtually on Xerb.tv! This festival will scare the Dickens out of you either way! There is limited seating for the full day live event on Saturday, October 17, 2020 - if you can make the in-person festival, get your tickets immediately.
Otherwise, be as safe as you can be at home, during a horror fest! Grab your friends and enjoy your own film festival as you experience our frighteningly well curated selections of short and feature length films. Enjoy hours of content in what you believe to be the safety of your comfort zone! We can't guarantee you won't experience a Zombie apocalypse, but we do guarantee that you can watch, skip and re-watch as you wish and enjoy filmmaker interviews as well. Discover your favorites and log in again and again with friends to enjoy these independent films featuring horror, suspense, psychological thrillers, paranormal and comedy.
SCHEDULE for LIVE EVENT on Saturday, October 17, 2020 at the Dickens Opera House, Longmont, Colorado:
Block 1: 11am - 3pm
Films: The Horror Crowd, Swipe, Cottonmouth, Nightmare
Presentations by Bishop James Long and Jose Gonzalez
Block 2: 3pm - 6pm
Films: Look Twice, Boolala, Killing Time, Don't Die, Woodland Cemetery, Wicca Book, deVice, Circle of Stone, Truly Noble Souls
Presentations by Bob Rais and Destin Hernandez
Block 3: 6:30pm - 9pm (more adult themed content)
Films: Lonely Hearts, Love Bite, Meat is Murder, Mauvaises Tetes, Malum Eterni, Malakout, Bitch, Popcorn and Blood
Presentation by Emerald
Block 4: 9pm - 11pm (Age 18 and over content)
Films: The Greatest Horror Film, The Barber, That Smile, Asian She, Bottle Monster