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Line-up for The Stanley Film Festival revealed

Apr. 2, 2013by: Ryan Miller
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The Stanley Film Festival is set to host its debut horror-themed festival at the legendary Stanley Hotel from May 2-5 with quite the line-up which includes MANIAC, V/H/S 2, FRANKENSTEIN'S ARMY and more. The Stanley Hotel, part of the Grand Heritage Hotel Group, announced today the inaugural Stanley Film Festival (SFF) that will run May 2 – 5, 2013 in Estes Park, Colorado. The four-day event will celebrate the best in independent horror cinema with a full slate of films, panels, student competitions, audience awards and receptions – all at the beautiful and historically haunted Stanley Hotel.

The Stanley Film Festival is a unique destination Festival, as all events – both screenings and receptions – will take place throughout The Stanley Hotel. Packages to attend the Stanley Film Festival are on sale and include lodging at the Stanley Hotel. Pass levels include the Thriller ($400), Paranormal ($217) and Slasher ($80) and are available online.

Below is a list of the feature films that will take place at the festival and for more details be sure to check out the site right HERE.

- 100 Bloody Acres
- Aftershock
- All The Boys Love Mandy Lane
- Berberian Sound Studio
- Big Bad Wolves
- Black Rock
- Frankenstein’s Army
- Henge
- Here Comes The Devil
- Maniac
- Room 237
- The Rambler
- Tower Block
- V/H/S/2
- Vanishing Waves
- Wither

Extra Tidbit: Will you be attending The Stanley Film Festival?

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8:30AM on 04/03/2013
I shan't be attending. However, the Stanley festival is doing the event right. Horror film festivals need to get at least one film that everyone wants to check-out, which is not headed to mainstream theatres. Stanley has several: Frankenstein's Army, Aftershock, All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, V/H/S 2, and possibly Maniac. I have been to film festivals showing nothing but neophyte's projects (which a person kind of enjoys) and films readily available elsewhere. Compliments to the event
I shan't be attending. However, the Stanley festival is doing the event right. Horror film festivals need to get at least one film that everyone wants to check-out, which is not headed to mainstream theatres. Stanley has several: Frankenstein's Army, Aftershock, All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, V/H/S 2, and possibly Maniac. I have been to film festivals showing nothing but neophyte's projects (which a person kind of enjoys) and films readily available elsewhere. Compliments to the event organizers.
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