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Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Horror at the Butler Center!

Posted By on Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 10:33 AM

Still from The Tunnel
  • Still from "The Tunnel"
The Little Rock Horror Picture Show, the fanged-and-betentacled sister film fest that sprang from the guts of the Little Rock Film Festival, is teaming up with the Central Arkansas Library System's Butler Center for Arkansas Studies near the River Market downtown to throw a screening and reception on January 31 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The event is open to the public, and will serve as an early sneak peek for the LR Horror Picture Show, which is scheduled for Feb. 17-19 at Market Street Cinema.

Attendees will be able to purchase passes for the Picture Show at the Butler Center event. We've previously reported about the lineup for the LRHPS here, here and here. Looks like it's gonna be a great time.

Full press release on the jump...

For Immediate Release

LITTLE ROCK HORROR PICTURE SHOW PARTNERS WITH BUTLER CENTER

Little Rock, Ark.- The Little Rock Horror Picture Show is teaming up with the Central Arkansas Library System's Butler Center for Arkansas Studies for a reception and secret film screening January 31st from 6-8 pm. The Little Rock Horror picture show, a spinoff mini festival of the Little Rock Film Festival will take place over one weekend and will focus on horror and sci-fi film with feature and short films from three different continents. The festival will be from February 17 — 19th.
The event is open to the public and attendees will be able to purchase passes to the Little Rock Horror Picture Show on site. Those interested in volunteering at both the Little Rock Horror Picture Show and/or the Little Rock Film Festival can sign up at the event.

The Little Rock Horror Picture Show’s announced films include Madison County, Exit Humanity, The Holding, The Tunnel, Sennentntschi: Curse of the Alps, and Silent Night.

For more information on the other films showing at the festival please visit www.LittleRockFilmFestival.org. For more info on Madison County please visit www.MadisonCountyMovie.com.

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