It's not quite Halloween time
yet and it's definitely not Christmas, but any time is always a good time
for Santa Zombie. With that in mind, PollyGrind.com and Pacific Entertainment are
celebrating the DVD release of Sean Cain's Silent Night Zombie Night with a Las Vegas screening at theatre7 (1406 South 3rd Street, Las Vegas, NV 89104) on October 1.
The screening will feature
three films from Pacific Entertainment's new horror slate. Along with Silent
Night Zombie Night, will be Ryan Thompson's Zombie Apocalypse: Redemption and
Jon Springer's The Hagstone Demon.
"There ain't nothing
better to kick off October than watching a trio of kick ass horror films at Las Vegas' premiere indie destination," Cain said.
"It should be a lot fun and help get
everyone in the mood for Halloween, as well as
Silent Night Zombie Night
hits DVD shelves October 4. The PollyGrind Film Festival officially kicks off
on October 7. The second-year underground event will showcase more than 100
films, including Cain's latest film Breath of Hate
on October 15.
Written, produced and
directed by Cain, Silent Night Zombie Night stars Jack Forcinito, Andy Hopper,
Nadine Stenovitch, Lew Temple (The Devil’s Rejects), Vernon Wells (The Road Warrior) and Felissa Rose (Sleepaway
The not-so typical zombie
film chronicles a viral outbreak the week before Christmas that turns the
citizens of Los
Angeles into the
On the brink of severing ties
with both his wife and longtime partner, L.A.P.D. officer Frank Talbot
(Forcinito) finds himself trapped with them. As death closes in, their survival is
further threatened by the fact that both men love
the same woman.
Cain will be in attendance at
the screening and is bringing giveaways with him.
Following a Q&A on his
film, the fun continues with Zombie Apocalypse: Redemption, which stars
blaxploitation legend Fred Williamson, and The Hagstone Demon, which stars Mark
Borchardt of American Movie fame. The admission for all three films is $7.
Located near the
"Downtown Las Vegas" sign, theatre7 opened its doors in March. The artlover's and indie film
fan's paradise is owned by filmmaker Derek Stonebarger, programmed by
filmmaker Chad Clinton Freeman, screens independent films, doubles as an art
gallery and hosts live theatre performances.
The venue has already held
screenings for Neon Reverb, CineKink and Viscera, but PollyGrind will be theatre7's
first festival programmed in house. The Vegas Independent Film Festival
will follow in November.
For more information on
theatre7, visit www.theatre7lv.com/ or call 702-568-9663.