The 7th Annual Portland Horror Film Festival™ is June 29-July 3, screening in-person at the Hollywood Theatre, and The Clinton Street Theater! With over 60 short and feature films from around the world, this is a diverse and inclusive lineup of the best independent horror films. Films are different at each show. Be sure to get a full festival pass if you want to see everything! Go HERE to get the Full Festival pass including Sat/Sun matinees at the Clinton Street Theater! (link to the full festival pass item) For the complete schedule and film information visit the festival website.
Don’t miss this killer lineup of short horror films from all over the world! It’s a smorgasbord of spooks and scares on the big screen! Q&A with attending filmmakers follows.
Feature: Revealer (US)
Tensions rise when a stripper and religious protester are trapped together in a peep show booth and must come together to survive the apocalypse in 1980’s Chicago. Written and directed by Luke Boyce, Revealer is a loving throwback to all the things we love about 80s horror comedy with plenty of blood, guts, and a few heartfelt moments.
Feature: What is Buried Must Remain (Lebanon)
Set in Lebanon, What Is Buried Must Remain is a modern ghost story with ancient roots. When three young filmmakers set out to make a documentary about a French industrialist, accused of murdering his family, they are confronted by supernatural forces engaged in a war for the very soul of the land.
This ticket is for the IN THEATER screening only.
*This is a horror film festival. While the films are unrated, some are the equivalent of an R rating and may include violence, sexuality, nudity, and gore. Minors should be accompanied by an adult.