Shriekfest Announces the West Coast Premiere of Interior!


Shriekfest Film Festival to Screen West Coast Premiere of Interior
The annual Los Angeles competition will kick off with an opening night gala October 1

LOS ANGELES (Sept 23, 2015) –  The Shriekfest Film Festival, an international horror/sci-fi film and screenplay competition, has announced its 2015 lineup and is slated to screen the supernatural horror film Interior on Saturday, October 3 at 10:15 p.m., ending the festival’s second day and evening of shorts and feature films.

When a mysterious letter is found hidden inside a family’s new home, Sam, a struggling filmmaker, is hired to capture evidence of the supernatural events plaguing their young daughter. What starts as a simple paranormal investigation leads to one long, terrifying night. Isolated and alone with a dark force identified as Emily, Sam and his cameras are taken on a digital journey through the unknown and beyond. Zachary Beckler writes and directs.

Tickets and a trailer for the film can be found on the Shriekfest website. (

In addition to Interior, Shriekfest will screen nine other features throughout the weekend, including the POV zombie horror 6:15 ( ; the thrilling The Answer ( ; the technological terror of Chatter ( ; the blood-soaked The Divine Tragedies ( ; the world premiere of Hunting ( ; the high school-based horror comedy ; the L.A. premiere of the tension-filled Land Mine Goes Click ( ; the world premiere of the Granny of the Dead ( , executive produced by Sharknado director Anthony C. Ferrante; and the terrifying All I Need ( . Many of the films will be
followed by Q&As with the cast or filmmakers.

The festival will also showcase 35 outstanding and diverse international short films, covering just about every aspect of horror, sci-fi, and fantasy.

The Shriekfest Film Festival runs October 1 – 4, 2015. An opening night party will take place at Boardners/Club Sinister in Hollywood; the rest of the festival will be at the iconic Raleigh Studios on Melrose Ave.

Shriekfest, now in its 15th year, was created in July 2001 by Denise Gossett and has grown into the longest-running and one of the largest horror and sci-fi film festivals in the country. Since its inception, Shriekfest has offered young and upcoming writers, actors, and producers a chance to have their work screened and rated by peers.


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