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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

First selection for LR Film Fest's horror show

Posted By on Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 3:38 PM

The first film has been selected for the Little Rock Horror Picture Show, the gore-and-scares sister fest to the Little Rock Film Festival scheduled for February. It's the Australian horror feature "The Tunnel."

The low-budget 2011 horror film, directed by Carlos Ledesma, follows a faux-documentary crew as they descend into abandoned subway tunnels under Sydney, Australia to find out what's been killing transients there. Damn the luck, they find the culprit, with murderous consequences. The trailer (seen above) looks pretty damn scary.

The films selected for the Little Rock Horror Picture Show will screen Feb. 17-19 at Market Street Cinema. Visit the Little Rock Film Festival website for more details in coming weeks.

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